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Bouncy Hard House
Different Patriotisms: Munguugnum, Lunarbeam, The Villars, and Krjuk
Fresh publications from Russophone performers in three nations share a common ethical concern. They hope to define a private ethos in some civic realms with little patience for individuality.
In Search of a Lost Plenitude: Shuma, I Del'finy, Gillepsy, and RBE
The Belarusian electro-folk ensemble Rusya is publishing some reconsiderations of pagan song in a modern setting. That same yearning for some lost fruitfulness appears in very different places.
Euphoria Redux: Lunarbeam, Chanson E, Tech-D, and A. Galchenko
Progressive house and euphoric trance releases from four different cities look back to the late 1990s. At that time, escapist styles were used to counter a sense of economic collapse. It's time to use them again.
A Wary Euphoria: Lunarbeam, Andres Dajek, Doin' Nothin', and The Patience
Recordings from Moscow, Novosibirsk, Tallinn, and Visaginas, Lithuania ponder the pros and cons of happiness. In a realm where dreams - apparently - may not come true, moderation is the wisest choice.
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– Unicorn (Original Mix)
01 Unicorn (Original Mix).mp3
– Childhood (Original Mix)
02 Childhood (Original Mix).mp3
– Autumn (Jimmy Roqsta Remix)
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