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Broker/Dealer Midnight
06 :47
02 05 :38
03
Bukaddor & Fishbeck Decade
06 :10
04
Minilogue Carnival
08 :56
05
Thomas Brinkmann Aleks In Love
07 :40
07
Super Flu Sunset Handjob
07 :56
08 05 :58
09
Gabriel Ananda Lila Pause
08 :15
10 06 :09
11
Process City-Zen
06 :07
ARTIST
TITLE
100
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
TRAUM 020CD TRAUM 020CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/10/2008

Traum celebrates 10 years and their 100th vinyl release with a compilation CD chock full of unreleased tracks from artists that have been with them since the beginning: Broker/Dealer, Fairmont, Gabriel Ananda, Jesse Somfay, Process, Dominik Eulberg and Thomas Brinkmann. Traum also boasts a sampling from their current artist roster: Moonbeam, Bukaddor & Fishbeck, Minilogue and Super Flu. The West Coast duo Broker/Dealer opens the CD with a taste of their self-generated melodies that are as smooth and as colorful as ice cream reflecting the summer light. Dominik Eulberg's track is reminiscent of soundtrack music from a '70s hippie movie. Bukaddor & Fishbeck are new on Traum and their track highlights their stunning ability for creating dynamics through small details. Minilogue's "Carnival" is an electronic safari, stripped-down and rhythmical, as opposed to their post-trance past. Thomas Brinkmann returns with a high-energy groove monster with delicately deep moments that will suck you in. Dominik and Riley offer a mix featuring four instruments playing the original melody in variations, creating a euphoric madness. Super Flu's track is a strong tool with a murderous bass line that will corner the dancer on the floor. Moonbeam's super-sensual track is exceptionally cool -- all soft and sweet with melodies moving in slow motion. Gabriel Ananda serves up a fusion of post-Detroit rock mixed with cool melodies. Fairmont works his melodic sequencer on a driven epic which comes here in an edited form to be later released in a longer version. Process aka Steve Barnes has done it again with a super-smooth and contemplative groover that reminds us of the early days of house and techno, when music was a playground for feelings without the pressure of commerce. To the past, and the future, and 100 more.