« This year’s label-compilation thematically revolves all about the rise up from the generic. It is about young talented artists who are still struggling on their way up and are out there to make a name for themselves.
A wild stallion fights it’s way up from the dirt and tries to receive recognition by separating itself from the herd. Breaking through the anonymity of the group to the freedom of running through endless land- and soundscapes into horizons of new sonic worlds.
The compilation includes IIIII (Five Eyes), KRTS, Sieren, my.head, FiJi, Long Arm, Kidkanevil, Daisuke Tanabe, Hanami, Julien Mier, Deft, submerse, opti, Den5hion, Tom Day, Monsoonsiren, Tendts, Thriftworks, DH the Mythicalifornian, PYUR, Rain Dog, Daixie, FauDeam, Jean du Voyage, Djéla, Pierre Harmegnies, Robot Koch, Robert Valsinger, Blossom, Neema, Tomika, How Green, Drogtech, Bruises, Night Logic, Deep Shoq, Stèv, Cass., Anna Marjamäki, Vitrion, and MockSun. »
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Bluestaeb – Time traveller
Jopedo – Gorilla Groove
King knut – Stavanger
Alaclair ensemble – Capoté
Toastdawg – Love loop
Famelik – Crop triangle
SertOne – Vangelis Kush
Esta – Drkshdw
Mart One – Who are you (remix)
Dnte – Out of control
Insightful – Too too many souls
Ultroniks – Sacrifices
3LLL – Kilo
Pavel Dovgal – The drug
Lucid dream interlude
Famelik – Fata Morgana
Tomamura – Frozen
R33 Soundmakin’ – X / IDWT
Aoki Takamasa – rhythm variation 02
Andherpackage – e.l.p -bt
Clark – Skyward Bruise Descent
Ultroniks – Hippy camp
Loowood – Illusion
Everydayz – L’Absence Face B Part 1
Buffalo Daughter – Jellyfish blues
Jean du Voyage – Eclipse feat. Pierre Harmegnies
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« Every six lunar months – when Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned – we experience a partial or total lunar eclipse that can be observed anywhere on the night side of Earth. Lunar eclipses can only occur at full moon, that time when the moon is directly opposite Earth in relation to the Sun. Many ancient civilizations cultivated a multitude of myths surrounding these astronomic events, most of them depicting wild animals or mystical creatures eating the moon or crossing it’s path. Tibetan Buddhists say that during a lunar eclipse, our actions, whether good or bad, are multiplied one thousandfold, whereas, in ancient egypt, a lunar eclipse was considered to be the precursor of natural disasters, catastrophes, wars, and diseases and the biggest possible harm would be cast upon the earth if Isfet, the manifestation of the total eclipse and god of injustice and violence, would make the sky fall onto Earth and therefore bring chaos upon it. »