Album artwork for I’m Starting To Feel Ok, Vol. 7

I’m Starting To Feel Ok, Vol. 7 Various Artists

Release date: March 18, 2016
Cat No: Mule Musiq CD 053
Barcode: 880319748424
Mule Musiq CD 053
14,90 €
Includes high-quality Mp3 download
Rapturous, Lovely And Brilliantly Hand Picked: The 7th Instalment Of The “I’m Starting To Feel Ok” Compilation Serial Is Once Again Tremendous. It Features Diverse Grooving Music On Two Cds And Two Vinyl Eps That Stands Out.

Tunes Full Of Funk That Dance With Styles Like House, Techno, Jazz, Soul, Cosmic, Disco, Electronic And Beyond Without Strictly Aligning To A Pure Definition Of A Genre. It Is Also Not A Truly Party-Hearty Compilation In The First Place. Instead All The Featured Music Wants To Catch Deep Listeners Who Like To Explore The Multiple Possibilities Of A Track While Dancing Along To It, Too.

Mule Musiq And Endless Flight Head-Honcho Toshiya Kawasaki Made Sure That The Quality Is High-Flying And Selected All Touching Crown Jewels From Known Artists Like Frank & Tony, Oskar Offermann Or Fred P And Promising Newcomers Like Nicolai Toma, Snacks Or Johannes Klingebiel Sensitive And Associated.

Cd 1 Lift-Off With An Exclusive Get-Down-Deep Boogie House Gem By Gifted Japanese Producer Sauce81. It’s Followed By Prins Thomas’s “Rainbow Disco” – Already Released With A Big Applause On Endless Flight In Early 2015. Thenceforth House Calls The Tune With The Dub Stepper “Mother Nature” By Strategy That Gets Replaced By Eddie C And His Flute Driven “Flying Blue” Tune Taken From His “Solaris” Ep On Endless Flight.

More Funk Infected Sounds Follow As Brooklyn’s Finest Dj And Producer Jacques Renault Delivers With “Don’t Need To Know” A Real Deep And Fine Crafted Tune With A Pulsating Bass And Blissful Key Melodies.

After A Great Rolling Arrangement By Lord Of The Isles Full Of Wonky Bass Power And Dry Drum Beats That Djs Like Rebolledo Love To Play, Some Newcomers Get Room To Spread Their Talent. Rubini From Italy Shows His Gift As A Producer For Dark Atmospheres With A Warm Analogue Swing.

Also Nicolai Toma And Musk – Both Featured With Tracks That Seen The Light Of The Day Already Via Eps On Endless Flight And Mule Musiq – Bewitch With Hauntingly Soulful Music Full Of Sexuality And A Killer Low-Slung House Class.

The End Of Cd 1 Is Market With An Electrified Wave Knockout Punch By Japanese Producer Kuniyuki And The Track “Leguan” – A Driving House Lullaby By German Producer Konstantin Sibold And His Buddy Leif Müller.a Terrific First Part Of “I’m Starting To Feel Ok Vol. 7.” That Gets Accompanied By A Second Cd Which Delivers More Thrilling Grooves And Suspenseful Atmospheres.

Cd 2 Features Only One Track Has Been Released So Far. It Is “Amedeo” By New York City’s Slow-Mo House Connoisseurs Frank & Tony. All Other Ten Arrangements Are Exclusive And Made By Dedicated And Renowned Dudes Like Fred P, Oskar Offerman, Frankey & Sandrino, Aril Brikha & Sebastian Mullaert, Fort Romeau, Dj Jenifa Aka Gold Panda Or Bell-Towers From Australia As Well As Some Lesser Known, Upcoming Artists Like Cologne’s New Promising Producer Johannes Klingebiel Or The Berlin Based Electronic And Deep House Duo Kim Brown.

Again You Can Use House And Partly Techno As An Umbrella Term For All Eleven Arrangements. But Each Of Them Challenges The Common Definition Of A Genre Blueprint With Cosmic Excursions, Hypnotic Rhythms, Quaking Basslines, Spiritual Synths, Moody Chords And Freewheeling Jazz Instrumentation.

Overall “I'm Starting To Feel Ok Vol.7“ Gathers Music That Sticks Out With Special Track Architecture, Artistic Imagination, Playful Musicality And Utterly Captivating Groove Magic. It Features Some Real Vibrant Music From Planet Earth, Which Ensures That Each Listener Starts To Feel Ok Without Detours.

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