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VA - Mister Saturday Night: Brothers and Sisters (2014)

28-08-2014, 08:52
Music | Electronic | Deep House | Techno



VA - Mister Saturday Night: Brothers and Sisters (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Brothers and Sisters
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mister Saturday Night
Genre: Electronica,Techno,Deep House
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 25
Total Time: 02:20:16
Total Size: 355 MB

Tracklist:
01. Dark Sky - In Brackets (06:28)
02. Archie Pelago - Brown Oxford (04:23)
03. Lumigraph - Yacht Cruiser (06:32)
04. General Ludd - Woo Ha (05:56)
05. Keita Sano - People Are Changing (05:46)
06. Hank Jackson - Cole's Lullaby (03:57)
07. Hank Jackson - Shave (04:35)
08. Anthony Naples - Moscato B (05:24)
09. General Ludd - C (09:03)
10. Archie Pelago - Cinema Club (04:52)
11. Boya - Dawn Corner (06:34)
12. Alex Burkat - Shower Scene (04:53)
13. Dark Sky - Rare Bloom (06:05)
14. Gunnar Haslam - Kenosha (Amytal) (05:03)
15. Dark Sky - Clear (05:23)
16. General Ludd - Brothers And Sisters (05:09)
17. Archie Pelago - The House of Haab (04:56)
18. Gunnar Haslam - Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom (02:42)
19. Dark Sky - IYP (05:51)
20. Keita Sano - Ingram (05:45)
21. Boya - The Idler (07:00)
22. Lumigraph - Cape Horn (04:16)
23. Keita Sano - Drummer Trix (05:23)
24. Archie Pelago - Frederyck Swerl (08:23)
25. Anthony Naples - Mad Disrespect (05:47)

This is Brothers and Sisters, a summary of the sound of Mister Saturday Night Records to date. The album brings together all the artists who've released on the label – Alex Burkat, Anthony Naples, Archie Pelago, Boya, Dark Sky, General Ludd, Gunnar Haslam, Hank Jackson, Keita Sano and Lumigraph – combining music made specifically for this record and tracks that have until now only been available on vinyl.

New York's venerable Mister Saturday Night imprint - an offshoot of Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin's party series of the same name - has spent the last couple of years building a reputation as a go-to label for those who like their house and techno eccentric and left-of-centre. Here, they present a showcase of their output to date that mixes previously vinyl-only singles - see Lumigraph's "Yacht Cruiser", the murky jazz-house flex of Archie Pelago's "Brown Oxford" and General Ludd's sweaty "Woo-Ha" - with a swathe of previously unreleased cuts. These are uniformly excellent, with the murky future voodoo of General Ludd's "C" and Archie Pelago's jazz-funk jam "Cinema Club" standing out.









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