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Laolu - Force EP
Automat - Modul Remixes #1 (Villalobos & Loderbauer / Pulsinger)
Automat - Modul
Mr Raoul K - African Paradigm
Mr Raoul K
African Paradigm
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Compost)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
It took Mr Raoul K more than three years of work inside and outside the studio to complete his first album for Compost Records. His first goal was to show all the musical influences he came across during his time in Ivory Coast. Ivorian music has incorporated musical traditions and instruments from East-Africa, West-Africa and from Central Africa – a real musical melting pot. To complete 'African Paradigm', Mr Raoul K used lots of the instruments he bought during his trips to Africa - including a Kenyan Mbira and Senegalese talking drums, for example. All instruments you hear on 'African Paradigm' were played the old-fashioned analog way - no synthesized sounds. Mr Raoul K teamed up with vocalists Ahmed Sosso, Lady Parul and Sona Diabate to emphasize his message, because sometimes (only sometimes) words speak louder than music. His second goal was to share his view on Africa through his music, making 'African Paradigm' a political album as well. Mr Raoul K has always used his music as a means of political expression - 'Le Karantkatrieme Peul' dealing with Barack
Obama's presidency, for example. The album's main track, 'African Paradigm', was an epic track with a running time of about 50 minutes. Mr Raoul K thinks of the track as a work in progress. Here he releases two finished parts plus an additional intro. The remaining parts are scheduled for a later release. If you listen closely, you can hear Mr Raoul K painting layer after layer after layer of sound until the whole picture finally appears. Showing a beautiful continent, torn apart by foreign powers, independent by law but still suffering from the burden of being colonialized for cheap labour and raw materials and suffering from inner conflicts and civil wars. The music mirrors this picture. You can hear the sense of urgency, the suffering - different kinds of driving drums, haunting percussion, dancing flutes, irie effects lurking in the shadows... But there are contemplation and hope as well - the hope, that there will be a better future for Africa.
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V.A. - Slouse - Fishing In Slower Territories
Slouse - Fishing In Slower Territories
2LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Compost)
16,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Slo –mo house at it’s best deep shape, including the rare, sought after Maurice Fulton remix for Alice Smith “Love Endeavour”. Compiled by Rainer Trüby.
Automat - Modul Remixes #2
Modul Remixes #2
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Compost)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 10.04.2020
Includes remixes by Acid Pauli / T.Dixon / DeWalta
Mr Raoul K & Manoo - African Paradigm EP 2
Fred Und Luna - Im Tiefenrausch
Fred Und Luna - Im Tanzrausch
Emilie Nana - I Rise Remix Ep Francois K. Remix
Dodi Palese - Erike / Rain Dance EP
Ah! Kosmos - Beautiful Swamp
Emilie Nana - I Rise EP (Danny Krivit Edits)
C.O.W. - Shanghai Money / C.O.W. EP
Marsmobil - Fairytales Of The Supersurvivor
Brexit Jazz - Brexit Jazz Remixes
Siren - Lulu Daniele Baldelli & Marco Dionigi Remixes
Marbert Rocel - In The Beginning Remixes
Shahrokh Dini - Black Label #135
Rafael Da Cruz - Black Label #130
Marbert Rocel - In The Beginning
Marbert Rocel
In The Beginning
2LP+CD | 2015 | EU | Original (Compost)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The fourth studio album „In The Beginning“ by the critically acclaimed live band MARBERT ROCEL from Leipzig. A place far away from everything, yet right around the corner. A vision close enough to touch, yet so far away. Surrounded by keys, hatches, pots and small fragmented parts, Marbert Rocel lie down, discuss and dance through the winter of 2015. In this environment, in their studio in Leipzig, the band ties together the songs, which first saw the light of day in a small spot enclosed by woods in the summer of 2014. ?Each decision goes through every head, each chord is listened to a hundred times, from font to back and in reverse, each compromise: a triumph for the common cause. Not pompoous string arrangements fuel this album with grandeur, but rather the notion of a consensual nod, which has evolved within Marbert Rocel over the years. ?“In the Beginning” is the fourth album by Marbert Rocel, a living utopia and a tart kiss for every purist genre lover. Nothing is hewn raw on here, rather sculptured delicately. Percussion is tickling from synth pads like dew, and the songs welcome you like good friends. Like Tinkerbell, Spunks voice guides through this strange familiar world, moving past big feelings and small gestures, to finally lead to where it all started: “In The Beginning”.
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