NEWS: Get Lost VI mixed by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs


Crosstown Rebels infamous Get Lost series returns with a new episode delving into the more obscure and rare choices from the award-winning crossover dance act and old friend of the label, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Get Lost VI is a double disc compilation full of rarities and cutting edge house and techno carefully chosen and collated by TEED aka Orlando Higginbottom, including a new exclusive track made by him together with Eats Everything that will be released as a single on the label.

Crosstown Rebels’ seminal Get Lost series has previously featured quirky artists and musical hedonists Jamie Jones, Acid Pauli, Dinky and the label head Damian Lazarus. Each episode invites the artist to share new insights into their musical personality and indulge in their more distinctive and eccentric choices. Get Lost is also a renowned series of global events.

“I couldn’t think of a better home for my first dj comp mix or whatever they’re called, Get Lost is a brilliant series with an intriguing past (and future). I’m very grateful to Damian and Crosstown Rebels for the opportunity, and excited for people to hear it,” comments TEED.

The eclectic first disc showcases the likes of Gold Panda, LFO and rare solo work from Art Department’s Kenny Glasgow as well as subtle additions such as a fascinating monologue from the notorious psychedelic scholar Terence McKenna. Whilst disc two returns to the dancefloor driven that TEED has become infamous for including a huge Breach remix of Jamie Jones, Ame rework of Tiga and heavyweight meeting of Subb-an & Tom Trago featuring Seth Troxler. The culmination of both hours makes for a timeless asset of electronic mastery available on CD, on vinyl and digitally.

“The Get Lost album project is a very special one for me and demands the most forward thinking artists to take on. TEED proved with his debut album that he is an electronic visionary and now he shows us the inside of his mind as a DJ – we all need to take note at this double album of brilliance.” Damian Lazarus

NME named TEED “One of the UK’s most exciting young producers” when he delivered his debut electronic artist album, ‘Trouble’ in 2012. It was since awarded #1 Electronic Album Of The Year by iTunes and DJ Mag and met with critical acclaim in many end of year charts including #5 in the BBC Album Of The Year Poll, #38 in NME, included in Q’s end of 2012 roundup and in the Top 10 Timeout Albums Of The Year.

Orlando Higginbottom is the son of a music professor at Oxford University and started his record buying life as a jungle enthusiast aged 13. Orlando has already had an incredible journey in a short space of time, he’s worked with the likes of Damon Albarn, remixed Lady Gaga, Friendly Fires and Foals amongst others. There are a number of exciting collaborations planned this summer, with Lion, The Lion with Eats Everything the first of these projects to be announced.



01. Flako – Honey Drips
02. Kevin Harrison – All Night Long
03. Valentina – Wolves (Roman Flugel Remix)
04. Axel Boman – Klinsmann
05. Jorge Velez – Floo
06. Christophe – Comeback (Casino Times Remix)
07. Matthias Zimmerman – Vicente
08. Dave Aju – Anyway
09. Millennium – ICU
10. Kenny Glasgow – Dance 2 Da House
11. Traumprinz – Eachstep
12. Pitto – Mono Desire
13. Gold Panda – Burnt Out Car In A Forest
14. LFO – Track 4
15. Albinos – Bakatribe
16. Asa-Chang & Junray- Hana

01. Deutsche Wertarbeit – Auf Eneglsflugein
02. Underground Resistance – Base Camp Alpha 808
03. Richard H. Kirk – I Want More
04. Visnadi – Hunt’s Up
05. Trus’me – It’s Slow
06. Breach & Dark Sky – The Click
07. Eats Everything & Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Lion, The Lion
08. Tiga – Plush (Ame Remix)
09. DJ Bone – Thursday Night
10. Future Four – Into Orbit
11. Jamie Jones – Tonight In Tokyo (Breach Remix)
12. Subb-an & Tom Trago ft. Seth Troxler – Time
13. Bernard Badie – Time Reveals
14. Hayden Andre Project – Tribal Life
15. Mathew Jonson – Automaton
16. Separate Minds – Troubled World


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