Electronic Architecture 1

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Solarstone – Electronic Architecture Vol. 1

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Solarstone – Electronic Architecture Vol. 1
(Released 30.09.2010)

In April 2009 Solarstone once again redrew the dance music map with the release of the first chapter of his new compilation series. Compiled from the veritable arsenal of forthcoming Solaris Recordings material, ‘Electronic Architecture’s double CD paints the definitive picture of Solarstone, the DJ.

Standing out in the overwhelming compilation field – really rising head and shoulders above the rest, required a herculean 6-month A&Ring mission. Matched by its super-immersive, multilevel mixing, that is exactly what Solarstone achieved with ‘Electronic Architecture’.

Far from just a neat idiom, ‘Electronic Architecture’ is Rich’s closely-held musical & spinning philosophy. A desire to conceive, design and then build a musical experience that aspires to the groundbreaking heights of ‘Northern Exposure’, Global Underground’ and (hushed tones please) ‘Renaissance’… An album that engages the mind before blowing the brain, and all within the first listen. One though that also continually reveals new layers and enthrals through repeated spins.

Such is the expanse of debutante artists that the first look at ‘E.A.’s track listing you could be forgiven for a brain-freeze. Bear in mind, this is a wholehearted attempt to bring YOU NEW music! Bot Cyprian, David Horne, Filigrio, Jahawi, Jox, Cormac Murphy, Souls in Motion, & LTN (who won Trance.nu’s ‘Solarstone’s Next Big Thing’ Competition); these are the progressive, breaks and trance names of the future – acts that Richard has discovered after sifting through thousands of ‘EA’-tagged demos. As your eyes adjust though, marginally more familiar names start to jump out… Katcha, Tarrentella, Saints + Sinners; underground classics, taken from the archives and rewired by remixers like Breakfast and Solarstone himself – solely for the purposes of the album. ‘E.A’ subscribes firmly to the journeyman compilation theory. Weaving with absolute fluidity between the subterranean layers of deep house & soft-tech, through breaks and progressive and then through onto the melodic plains of balearically-blooded trance from which Solarstone originally made his name.

Disc 1
01 Tarrantella – Jigsaw (Reconstruction)
02 Forerunners – Dragonfly (Ilya Malyuev Remix Reconstruction)
03 Cormac Murphy – Oversound
04 Filigro – Questinia
05 Katcha – Touched By God (Alucard Remix)
06 Under This – Black & White (Reconstruction)
07 Solarstone & Orkidea – Slowmotion (French Renaissance Mix)
08 Jahawi – Kenya
09 LTN – Outer Limits
10 Harley Soan – Long Drive Home
11 Edu – Before They Came (Escape Mix)
12 Dave Horne – What Lies Between (Retroid & Original Reconstruction)
13 Winterlight – Mirror (Solarstone Subterranean Mix)

Disc 2
01 Reconstructed Intro
02 Leo G – Muttering Retreat
03 Majera – Believe
04 Stan Void – Transience
05 Bot Cipryan – Astral Breeze
06 Saints & Sinners – Peace (Breakfast Remix)
07 Solar Energy – Wanna Feel What You Feel (Instrumental)
08 Haylon – Starfighter (Observer & Heatcliff Remix)
09 Jox – Microbial
10 Solarstone & Alucard – Late Summer Fields (Forerunners Dub)
11 Gary Orvis – Try To Find
12 Souls In Motion – Sensual Illusion (Reconstruction)
13 Reii – Shocks

*This is the jewel case version, not the cardboard sleeved version which is completely sold out.

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