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“Cocoon Compilation - S (cd)”

CORCD046 scanZoom inLabelCocoon
Cat. No.CORCD046
FormatEXCLS-CD
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CD - Cocoon Recordings presents: Cocoon Compilation S Tracklisting: CD / LP 1. (A) Love over Entropy - As If 2. (B) Stimming - The Gift That Never Stops To Give 3. © Talaboman - Big room anthemic groovy pounding trance dub bomb. Superb! 4. (D) Emanuel Satie - Planet XXX 5. (E) Edward - End Days 6. (F) Florian Hollerith - KURZVOR12 7. (G) Raxon - The Turbulent 8. (H) Mark Broom - Jaded 9. (I) Egbert - Tering 10. (J) Dino Lenny - Keep Changing Basslines 11. (K) Neil Landstrumm - Flesh Is A Prison 12. (L) Red Axes - Hevk Cocoon Recordings presents: Cocoon Compilation S It’s that time of year again when Cocoon Recordings goes into overdrive with the next installment of their legendary compilation series. Incredibly, it’s already reached the letter ‘S’ and just like anything of vintage, the passing of time steadily enhances both the depth and the quality. As always the album brings together some of the most relevant artists of the moment, while the vibe is driven by Cocoon’s trusted formula of organic electronics. Love Over Entropy gets the ball rolling with “As If", offering up smooth, mediterranean vibes designed to stimulate heart-felt communication. It’s an open invitation to leave your troubles at the door, exorcise the ghosts of everyday life and return to the source. Stimming’s “The Gift That Never Stops To Give” continues in a low slung, tribal vein peppered with jazzed out, tubular percussion as the psychedelics gently take hold. Abstract echoes abound and peripheral effects disorientate around an exquisite hook line found gliding over sun drenched shores. John Talabot and Axel Boman aka Talaboman not only win the most bombastic track name of the year competition, but do a good job living up to it on “Big Room Anthemic Groovy Pounding Trance Dub Bomb. Superb! ” The extended intro delivers a heightened sense of anticipation, as gentle bleeps, angular trance riffs and weird frequency occilations toast the syn

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