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Bärn Kompileischn, Pt. 2

Various Artists

Sirion Records
SR0035 | 2013-07-01  
The idea of the Bernese compilation project matured over time. Countless acquaintances and experiences have matured and led to a meanwhile exciting awareness. The basic idea of a local platform brings with it the claim, to offer especially a strong but reliable basis to support the local artistic community in their partially unprofitable work as much as possible and to keep the drive.
Many positive reactions provide the necessary support in the motivation to implement this extensive project. However, the targeted horizon is still something in the distant future, because during this process highlights keep appearing and require pursuit. The primary focus is always on the newly created works. Young as well as more experienced producers who create with a lot of heart and soul, is what we want to promote.
In the first part of the compilation, already digitally published in December 2012 the scope is pretty noticeable. 14 unique songs were created in mutual exchange and collaboration. This promotes both personal positioning of each individual, as well as the motivation and focus on the immediate project. To explore new ways to experience learning and ultimately make the finished work available to an interested audience, are some interesting sites on the entire implementation. Anyway, the response was great in the public and actively encouraged us to continue.
Now for the second central part we were able to win even more well-known and influential artists of the Bernese music scene.
On one hand, the world-famous and bustling Starfighterz aka Deetron as well as the versatile creative collective Filewile; and on the other, Morgan Le Fay amongst many other things. In addition, Mike Machine (Sinneswandel) and Adriano Mirabile (Sinneswandel) join in to both present exciting pieces for diving into.
It's quickly noticeable that the respective artists nevertheless differ greatly despite identical musical style. This variability is what we would like to see consciously revealed. Ultimately, however, all artists clearly move to electronic dance music. Hear for yourself...
Early support by: Rampa, Paco Buggin, Raresh, Kellerkind and many more.

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