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Various – “The Principle of Mentalism” (Zimmer Records)

zimmer04014_largeEclectic Techno Compilation | 200 Megabytes of brilliant music from various artists found its way to the 40th release of the German netlabel "Zimmer Records". To get an idea of the decent quality, just imagine, that only the first two tracks almost fill up half an hour of distant electronic meditating sound. Other tracks are shorter, about 5 and 8 minutes and feature more of such traditional techno recordings.

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But some tracks have wicked twists. The best example for something "out of the ordinary" is "save our souls" from Raganova. Disharmonic, plain and instant groove right from the first second.

As already mentioned, this is a compilation of various artists. Aleks from Zimmer Records told me, that he felt an itch in his fingers and wanted to make more compilations, just after doing mixes and compilations for other occasions and projects - for example the Cologne-Commons compilation. If we can expect more of this well done compilations in the future, than Zimmer will keep on growing into the "must have" direction.

This compilation is the first part of the "Hermetic Principles" series and the second part will be coming soon.

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Download: The Various - "Principle of Mentalism" ZIP-Archive)
Release: Hermetic Principle Pt. 1: The Principle of Mentalism
Netlabel: Zimmer-Records

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Phlow-Author MartinWisniowski This article was written on 21.April 2009 by MartinWisniowski. He is for several years rooted in the netaudio and demoscene and connected to indie-games as well. He works as software-engineer and writer, established the netlabel 2063music and writes own blogs at Digital Tools and Eggshell Robotics. He is running the local-based netaudio community Netaudio NRW. Read more articles written by .

1 comment

  • like save our souls, cool.

    Gravatar of technikal technikal said on
    24. Apr 2009 at 7:18 pm
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