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Producer, keyboardist and label head Tim Lee managed to spin a half-dozen live mixes in the realm of trip-hop/lounge/electronica at dublab between 1999 and 2003, beginning with the acid-house and lounge vibes prevalent at the time among artists like Groove Armada and on his imprint Tummy Touch Records.
But after the release of Lee’s second album Just Call Me Lone Lee, his selections at dublab broadened to feature a wider variety of funk, jazz and electronic sounds from über progressive cuts like Max Tundra’s “Lysine” to stone cold classics like “Country Girl” by Johnny Otis. Interspersed are, naturally, Tim “Love” Lee originals and other loungey Tummy Touch releases like Dolphin Boy’s “Shake It Loose.” It’s an altogether “Love” Lee mix.