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Soma Coma 6 (Soma DA097)

12 tracks, 24.01 soma on November 28, 2012 10:38

  1. 1. Joe Stawarz - Suite B (Soma DA097) 2.00 4064 plays
  2. 2. Alex Under - Lluvia Para Dos (Soma DA097) 2.00 4794 plays
  3. 3. Nadja Lind - Alpha Chicken Dub (Soma DA097) 2.00 3002 plays
  4. 4. Joe Stawarz – Deepcut (Mihalis Safras Amby Mix) (Soma DA097) 2.00 1804 plays
  5. 5. Slam - Dark Forces (Onmutu Mechaniks Remix) (Soma DA097) 2.00 1858 plays
  6. 6. Rod Modell – Silent World (Soma DA097) 2.00 1988 plays
  7. 7. Slam – Groovelock (Echospace Detroit Ambient Version) (Soma DA097) 2.00 1512 plays
  8. 8. Mirror Music – Only Forward (Soma DA097) 2.00 1342 plays
  9. 9. Klartraum – Sinking (Soma DA097) 2.00 1254 plays
  10. 10. Silicone Soul / Vakama - Walk (Soma DA097) 2.00 2161 plays
  11. 11. The Black Dog – FeederRubOut Reprise (Soma DA097) 2.00 1104 plays
  12. 12. Plant Pot People – Duey's Lament (Soma DA097) 2.00 1021 plays

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SOMA COMA 6
[SOMADA97]

1. Joe Stawarz – Suite b
2. Alex Under – Lluvia Para Dos
3. Nadja Lind – Alpha Chicken Dub
4. Joe Stawarz – Deepcut (Mihalis Safras Amby Remix)
5. Slam – Dark Forces (Onmutu Mechanicks Remix0
6. Rod Modell – Silent World
7. Slam – Groovelock (Echospace – Detroit Ambient Version)
8. Mirror Music – Only Forward
9. Klartraum – Sinking
10. Silicone Soul / Vakama – Walk
11. The Black Dog – FeederRubOut Reprise
12. Plant Pot People – Duey’s Lament

This Soma Coma 6 compilation keeps the annual instalment of quality down tempo electronica at its consistently high level. With twelve tracks it is a massive offering of quality exclusive material and powerful remixes creating an immersive, well-balanced album.

Joe Stawarz, Alex Under and Nadja Lind get this album off to a great start showcasing some of the newest talent producing records on the label. Suite b, Lluvia Para Dos and Alpha Chicken Dub all respectively provide engrossing listening and fantastic variety early on.

Some of the names that have become synonymous with Soma records supply exciting new work and reinstate these stellar connections between artist and label. The Black Dog and Silicone Soul continue their long history of such collaboration. Walk and Feederrubout reprise, the former a Silicone Soul co-production with Vakama fit perfectly in with the style of this album with a strong sense of production and incorporating various intricate themes.

There are two Slam remixes on the album with Echospace’s take on Groovelock and Onmutu Mechanicks’ Dark forces producing unique new sounds straight out of the Soma vaults. The Groovelock remix highlights the unique Echospace sound with imposing waves and drops, and smooth fluidity. The Dark Forces remix is an individual and perfectly sculpted version of the track with a deep, infectious style which does justice to the original.

The album finishes with a special Plant Pot People track, Duey’s Lament. This acts as a storming outro with guitar feedback and strong sustained notes adding physical impact to the music right up until the last.

There are different sections to this album with darker more brooding moments expanding out into vast soundscapes and spacious tracks. This sort of detail and balance helps to tie together a collection of top tracks to make a formidable whole. Added to the list of top talent mentioned so far there are tracks from all manner of great artists at various stages of their careers all of whom add a totally unique and distinctive sound to the mix. This is another standout compilation in this series that, as always, doesn’t fail to disappoint.

Released by: soma
Release/catalogue number: Soma DA097
Release date: Nov 26, 2012

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