Sometimes nostalgia is a good thing and it's about time to push forward from 80s new wave to 90s retrorave. In the early 90s, a pair of prankster producers, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, formed the KLF and revolutionized acid house and pop music to create what became known as stadium house. Utilizing samples, creating the earliest mashups, and adding live elements to rave music, the KLF collaborated with everyone from Tammy Wynette to Gary Glitter. It is no wonder that Lolly and the crew of Pop Inc find such inspiration in their work. Reinterpreting and updating the KLF sensibility is no easy task and they manage to maintain a sense of humor with this faithful tribute track. Listening to "Looking 4 the KLF" will make you want to jump on a transcentral or at least catch a ride on the ice cream van.
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