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Disc 1
01
Matt Karmil Really
04 :41
02
Porn Sword Tabacco Sex Nouveau Dub Mix
06 :01
03
Lawrence The Cave
05 :53
04
Julius Steinhoff Downtown
06 :21
05
Axel Boman Anytime Is Fine
04 :47
06
Musk Krauti
06 :59
07 07 :05
08
Johannes Brecht London
07 :18
09
Panoptikum Arkestra Hyperion
06 :53
10
Eduardo De La Calle Together (Fallen Angel Edit)
06 :28
11 06 :16
12
DJ Jus-Ed Something Sexy
06 :42
Disc 2
01
JD Twitch Yesu
05 :33
02
Daniele Baldelli & Marco Dionigi Cosmic Reishi
06 :49
03 06 :20
04
Naum Gabo Mariama
06 :53
05
Strategy Rhythm King
05 :30
06
Tom Trago Fall Down On Me
07 :03
07
The Backwoods Hazy Moon
05 :37
08
Eddie C Asulkan Valley
06 :29
09
Lauer Bern
06 :30
10
Konstantin Sibold Daniel
05 :34
11
King So So Acid in the Sky
07 :37
12 07 :30
ARTIST
TITLE
I'm Starting to Feel Okay Vol. 6 - 10 Years Edition
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
MUSIQ 044CD MUSIQ 044CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/8/2014

With a versatile artist roster consisting of producers such as Henrik Schwarz, Lawrence, DJ Sprinkles, DJ Jus-Ed, Kuniyuki, Eddie C, Roedelius, or new kids on the blog such as Barnt or Lord Of The Isles, Japan-based Mule Musiq has developed a reputation for being one of the most free-spirited organizations in contemporary music. The label's mastermind Toshiya Kawasaki celebrates 10 years of freedom to do as he pleases with the sixth installment of his famed I'm Starting to Feel Okay compilation series. This volume is a 2CD with 24 tracks -- all totally exclusive and they will stick to you like your feet on a linoleum floor flooded by a bottle of Coke. The first CD lifts off with a short but extra-smart track by Matt Karmil, an Englishman in Cologne whose house music loops in your head forever, just like the other house-leaning tracks by the likes of the Hamburg natives Lawrence and Julius Steinhoff, new Berliner Eddy C, Amsterdam's Tom Trago, or Sweden's always-smiling seducer Axel Boman. There are also some cosmic, more disco-related tunes by artists such as legendary Italian disco icon Daniele Baldelli and his compatriot Marco Dionigi, who spread some catchy deepness. Whereas the first CD is dedicated to more warm atmospheres, the second one grooves in a darker, more melancholic direction. JD Twitch opens the second CD with a dark, futuristic roller with a bewitching vocal sample of the mysterious Noviciat De Soeurs Missionaires De Notre-Dame D' Afrique & Four Religious Drummers. There are also long-time Mule Musiq-related artists such the Japanese producer KZA, the Spanish house master Eduardo De La Calle, producer DJ Jus-Ed, or Kuniyuki, one of the finest Japanese producers at the frontier of classic, jazz, house, ambient, and electronic songwriting, grooving down the gloomy way -- sometimes in a strictly sexy house outfit, sometimes as a dub-loving loop-jazz sensation, or as a jazz bass-driven tribal stepper. Between them are new faces like German house rookie Johannes Brecht, Swedish leftfield/experimental producer Porn Sword Tobacco, or Naum Gabo, the Glasgow-based duo consisting of Jonnie Wilkes and James Savage. This compilation is an international anniversary celebration that reflects all that has happened in electronic music for the past 10 years, in order to form something that travels directly into the future.