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01
Process & Yvette Klein All The Things (Intro)
00 :39
02
Lars Wickinger Ghostrider
03 :59
03 03 :07
04
Jesse Somfay Fabergé
04 :28
05
Kenny Leaven Wasabi
03 :44
06
Linus Quick Tri-State
04 :00
07
Florian Meindl Don´t Flu The Birds
05 :58
08
Adam Kroll Stalker
04 :30
09
Zentex Löytötavara
05 :15
10
Ortin Cam New Found Glory
05 :30
11
Gabriel Kogler Romantisch Im Westend
05 :30
12
Riley Reinhold & Emanuel Geller Men On Earth
06 :30
13 06 :01
14
Nathan Fake / Animation & Yvette Klein Numb Chance
05 :21
ARTIST
TITLE
Elektronische Musik - Interkontinental 5
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
TRAUM 018CD TRAUM 018CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/6/2006

The change in the style of the music coming out on Traum in the year 2005 is reflected in this brand new Interkontinental 5 CD and 3LP. In the tradition of the annual Interkontinental series, number 5 is thoughtfully compiled by A & R head Riley Reinhold aka Triple R, and for the first time mixed in a strong and tasteful flow instead of being compiled track by track. The CD opens with a soft intro by Steve Barnes and Yvette Klein. This tune was also used for the animation short "All Things That Make Me Happy" which appears on the CD. The animation is reflected on the cover designed by Yvette Klein & Jacqueline Klein. In comparison to the previous Interkontinental releases, number 5 features the more dance-crazy side of the label, with a lot of new artists alongside the core artists: Adam Kroll who was very successful already this year with his Godzilla 12"; Jesse Somfay on the heels of new progressive techno in Canada; Process aka Steve Barnes using new technology for hi-tech ambience in techno; Zentex blends techno functionalism with unearthly strings. Last but not least Triple R produced a track together with Emanuel Geller slightly more in the old-school acid direction with Kraut-rock strings to boot. Hailing from Austria, Belgium and Germany, the new artists on this release stand for the uprising generation making sophisticated crossovers into different genres and sound design concepts. All tracks on Interkontinental 5 are new and unreleased and incorporate a sense of melody and harmony building on Traum's tradition for the last 8 years, plus a determined attitude to push boundaries and support today's sound design and musical arrangements.