V/a - Open Space Volume 1 (3lp)

“W/john Beltran,the Persuader,len Faki, .” | “.. Moritz Von Oswald,kangding Ray, ..”

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Cat. No.FIGURELP06
FormatEXCLS3LP
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3x12” 180gr vinyl with full cover print, shrink wrapped TRACKLIST: A1 kirilik - The Beginning Of Everything A2 John Beltran - The Morning Moves The Sun B1 Sebastian Mullaert - In The Mist We Appeared B2 JakoJako - Deine Augen C1 The 7th Plain - For Cocteaux and Budd C2 Len Faki - Find Your Way D1 The Persuader - Remembering Water Pearls D2 Ralf Hildenbeutel - April E1 Moritz von Oswald - Silence E2 Kangding Ray - Treize F1 Tin Man - Lovely Acid F2 Antigone - Indiana Police INFO: In a year of global shift and continuous changes, Figure takes a leap of faith and extends its catalog by introducing a completely new compilation series to the label. The Open Space series will feature forward-thinking Electronica and Ambient from a well-curated list of seasoned producers. Compositions that invite to let the mind wander, weaving stories, and conjuring up emotions. While these softer genres have already played a respected role in former Figure releases, for the first time in the label’s history they are now being given the center stage. Volume 1 sets the mark by providing producers whom we’ve come to love for their dancefloor-centric output with an open space to showcase another side of their skillset. Open Space remains open to various strains of Electronica and Ambient, ranging from the introspective synth-monologues (Sebastian Muellaert / Kirilik), drony dub-experimentalism (Moritz Von Oswald), alive and breathing takes on the genre (JakoJako), to singular compositions which slowly build their own lasting narrative and thus develop a genuine, emotive quality (John Beltran / Tin Man ). Len Faki himself proves the artistic breadth of Open Space, sharing a powerful and conscious message through a rare and delicate moment of him exploring the form of spoken words. Other contributions include Jesper Dahlbäck as The Persuader, Luke Slater as 7th Plain, or Ralf Hildenbeutel - a former production partner of Sven Väth and now a successful composer of film

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