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Filth & Splendour - Lazer Birds (Konektiv Edit // Solaris International 313 - Solarstone) / UK

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    Molecule Recordings (UK) -

    "Molecule favourite Konektiv takes no prisoners with his deeper eternally building mix, fusing panoramic electronic tones, delays and ethereal vocal cries into something immense."


    Filth & Splendour (UK)

    Filth and Splendour are the combined talents of Oli Cassidy and James Trystan, two great DJ producers whose events and releases have gathered a massive following in London’s rocking dance music scene. They enjoy bookings and have held residencies at some of London’s finest nightclubs - The Egg, Ministry of Sound, the Key, Matter and the Cross all helped to hone a sound that combines the energy of house, the depth of techno and freshness of electro that’s been garnering support of big names as varied as Carl Cox, Jaytech, Markus Schulz, Claude Von Stroke, Kissy Sellout and Groove Armada. Their first release "Language" went straight on to Godskitchen’s Underground Album 2007 and was followed by a slew of electro, tech and progressive tracks.


    Molecule Recordings (UK)

    This is Rich Solarstone's progressive / experimental electronic music label. You can keep up to date with new signings and releases via Solarstone's Twitter and blogs.

    Solarstone: The Music //

    Originally a 3 piece, Solarstone blazed a trail through the emergent days of trance, founding their name with the club hits like ‘Green Light’ (1995), ‘The Calling’ (1997) and ‘The Impressions EP’ (1998). As the first trance wave peaked in 1999 Solarstone left an indelible mark on the scene with the Top 40 hit ‘Seven Cities’. The track - one of, if not the first Balearic Trance anthems - has been re-released 3 times and has sold in excess of ½ million copies. Remixed in 2002 by Armin van Buuren, its instantly-recognizable sunset-sound legacy can still be heard in tracks today.


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    Released by: Molecule Recordings (UK)
    Release/catalogue number: MLCL020
    Release date: Jun 15, 2012


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