Wundertunes Spring Compilation

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Wundertunes Spring Compilation

Our first compilation

Yep, it's done. Here comes our first online compilation full of selected netaudio pearls. Steppin' through different styles and genres but still looking for the 'special track'.

Starting with the extraordinary folktronic piece Carte postale from Bacanal Intruder . Second track is is the nice campfire song Away with words by Crepusculum , taken from the fantastic Electronica unplugged release (aerotone).

Next, again folk-coloured electronica from Héctor Zarate with Coke, Cigarettes And You (whole ep) followed by one of my favourites - Lucrecia from Colombia with Let's pretend - what a wonderful song... Daniel Maze takes us down a step deeper into great electro-acoustic electronica with Whats Your Poison (whole ep) before Loafeye drops down still deeper with his fantastic Drinking Rosewater.

After this Acidhead impresses with his remix of Handful of dust from Fabryka, until the digital dub-rockers from Illyah & Ltd. Candy invites for a dance (or even other things...) with Fight The Formation. You're a versatile dancer? Cool, stay on the floor and take RMF's Rhodesia. Once on the floor, keep falling deep into Deymare's Smalltown poem, a deep understated house track. Easy Changes are now coming up with the perfect minimal glitches of Imagine, so stay tuned to the floor. You'll maybe thinking about steppin' off the dancefloor when hearing the first seconds of Esta fiesta apesta from Trópico esmeralda, a wild electro-jazz orgy, but hold on, because now you will get in touch with Perdón from Sintecoraz , a wonderful chiptronika song with much much soul and melody.

Lomov will let you slowly come down to earth with Opvox. Finally, Nest closes our first selection with the wonderful piano track lodge.

Tracklist:

01 Carte postale - Bacanal Intruder
02 Away with words - Crepusculum
03 Coke, Cigarettes And You - Héctor Zarate
04 Let's pretend - Lucrecia
05 Whats Your Poison - Daniel Maze
06 Drinking Rosewater - Loafeye
07 Handful of dust (rmx) - Acidhead
08 Fight The Formation - Illyah & Ltd. Candy
09 Rhodesia - RMF
10 Smalltown poem - Deymare
11 Imagine - Easy Changes
12 Esta fiesta apesta - Trópico esmeralda
13 Perdón - Sintecoraz
14 Opvox - Lomov
15 Lodge - Nest

*some labels doesn't provide single mp3 tracks. In that case you'll have to download the whole release...

Thanks for all musicians for their brilliant work!

Selection and cover artwork by Wundertuner

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Vote Result
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Score: 8.6, Votes: 5

Sintecoraz

¡Berro Tobe! ¡felicitaciones!, no sabía que aparecías en un CD. Qué fino, jeje. Me parece increíble y bueno, el tema "perdón" es excelente, muy completo y lleno de vida. Saludos y que siga el éxito.
Juancho.

someone got the whole comp somwhere?

Thanks for making the effort and putting together this excellent comp. It really helps in this weird and wonderful world of netlabel music to get a little help.

However, I have had less luck downloading it. I had to give up on the two first tracks. That kind of discouraged me I guess so I have decided not to try for the rest... :-(
Can anyone help me out with the whole compilation. Perhaps in a zip?
I would normally suggest Soulseek/Nicotine, but that has been acting up for me lately...

All help appreciated.

...dxp....

Wow. Indeed that is a

Wow. Indeed that is a wonderful selection.

All the best!
Jan / aerotone

www.aerotone.net

Wonderful.

Hahaha, I like the way my maths is tested to prove that I am a human.

Lovely compilation, and thank you very much for featuring my (Crepusculum's) song!

Nest (and, for that matter, everything else over at Serein) are absolutely glorious, in particular.

Peace,
-Fred.

Very nice collection!

Very nice collection!