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Too weird to live. Too rare to die. »Jeremy Scott
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Berlin-based producer Lotic manipulates his music like a movie director does a thriller. On his 2014 mix for Janus, everything starts out smooth until he layers synths like swarming bees on top of a trap beat, pops a note that sounds like a faraway, dying scream and hollows Beyoncé’s voice out over clamoring applause so that she bellows like the devil incinerating the damned. As with rollercoasters and slasher porn, there’s a particular joy that comes from feeling unnerved at the same time you’re being entertained, and Lotic, born J’Kerian Morgan, understands that more than most. With his music, the dance floor can be a space for as wide a range of feelings as the human experience allows. “I want to use club music to play with people’s emotions,” he says. “I want to make people mad, I want to get people horny. Sex can be scary. You can be horny and pissed off at the same time. It just means you’re going to go home with someone and take it out on them.”

Read more: http://www.thefader.com/2014/07/08/gen-f-lotic-makes-club-music-as-thrilling-as-slasher-porn/#ixzz38gb3Upop

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