“Twelve years after their first compilation of this series, Digital Diamonds presents Digital Family Vol. 8. Carefully crafted track by track it walks the listener through an enchanted forest within the progressive realm of the eighth dimension. You’ll be entirely enthralled by its intelligent diversity and illustrious energy, while it showcases the true Digital Diamonds essence and the label’s solid footing in the psy-techno world.”
“Celebrating 25 years of Ovum with 25 releases available for download. All donations will go to Philly Pops – an EITC-Certified Program that enhances music education for approximately 2,500 students in the School District of Philadelphia by embedding Philly POPS Teaching Artists in schools to coach and mentor students.”
“Dérive Dub is a new moniker for Dimitar Dodovski, elsewhere known for his varied works at labels such as Databloem and Shimmering Moods, or for his Moss Garden collaboration with Lee Norris of Metamatics and Norken. Despite all of these prior iterations, Dérive Dub feels entirely fresh and vibrant, an atmosphere of its own”
1. Sin Titulo (Recomposed by Joed Kleem)
2. Archivo X
3. Sin Titulo 03 (Recomposed by Tranquilo Bobby)
4. Dilbert – Inspired Reply
5. Audio A8 (Recomposed by Dany F)
6. LC 520
7. Sin Titulo (Recomposed by Eviru Dibad)
8. Sin Titulo 03 (Recomposed by Merino)
9. LC 520 (Beatless Tool)
10. Sin Titulo (Recomposed by MALA)
“Emphase is an acid techno track in its purest form: an acidline which wobbles and cuts through the bass while at the same time chilling as it drives you on.
Mseq’s remix of Emphase is the perfect oldskool detroitesque counterpart of the original. It is also built on the acidline but has its own character. The way the harmonies are being played emphasizes his great style.
Burn it down is a raw house track with vocal shreds animating you to burn down things. We encourage you to dance to the groove of this chicago-style tune instead.
At this point, thank you very much Mseq and Cansu Kandemir for the vocals on Emphase.”
“The first piece, ‘Just do it’, gets you carried away by its dubby, pumpy groove, to which the 303 on the second half of the track adds its part.
‘Sugar”, an acid house song, on the other hand could be the soundtrack to a sorrowful movie.
Last but not least ‘Son’ with its eurodance-flair is a relaxing dance tune.”