Freitag, 12. November 2010

V/A - The Moon Comes Closer


Many years ago during the hard times of life in Moscow, the young girl saw the Moon consciously for the first time and at that very moment the dream began. These vivid thoughts remained in her mind and she started to ask herself “How can I get to the Moon?“. Soon she found the label Project: Mooncircle over the internet and told them her story, at once she saw a chance to come a few steps closer to her dream. By now Jinna lived in Germany and it was possible for her and the label to meet, her key question was “Can you bring me to the Moon?“. The answer was a faltering “No, but maybe we can let you fly to the Moon in your mind. Let’s build the soundtrack to this vision, close your eyes, clear your thoughts and let us begin on your journey“.
Dies ist also die Geschichte hinter dem neusten Release aus dem Hause Project Mooncircle. "The Moon Comes Closer" featurt exklusive digitalen Boni 19 Tracks, inkl. jener digitalen Zuschüsse handelt es sich um sage und schreibe 27 Tracks. Dabei darf jeder Protagonist auf dem Album nur einmal ran, will heissen, 27 Tracks entsprechen 27 Producern. Die 27 (let's call'em) Satelitten sorgen dafür, dass der Albumtitel dank gut eineinhalbstündigem Mindtrip so unrealistisch gar nicht ist. Die Beats sind Schnittstelle von Electronica, Pop, Jazz, Funk und Hip Hop-Beats, mal sehr minimalistisch ("Cold Yesterday"), mal in Miles' Geist ("Cosmic Appel"), mal spacefunky ("The Last Astronaut"), mal beinahe klassisch im Sinne eines Hip Hop-Beats ("Berlin") und mal Begleitmusik für Space-Shuttle-Flug-Simulatoren ("Solar Midnight"). Mit an Bord vom PMC Flug 069 sind u.a. Robot Koch, fLako, Pavel Dovgal, John Robinson, Scienz Of Life, Gards From KC, V. Raeter, Skyence, Dexter und Dela. "The Moon Comes Closer" wird am 19. November zum Verkauf freigegeben (Preoder HIER).


PMC069 - V/A: The Moon Comes Closer - Compilation Snippet by Project Mooncircle

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