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VA - BIS:001 - 020 (2016)

16-04-2016, 17:09
House | Disco


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Title: BIS:001 - 020
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Beats In Space Records / BIS022
Genre: Disco, House
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 02:27:47
Total Size: 335 mb
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Tracklist:
1. Paradis – Paradis - La Ballade de Jim (6:55)
2. Jaako Eino Kalevi - Speak Out (6:07)
3. House Of Spirits - Holding On (8:12)
4. Hidden Fees - So What (6:49)
5. Secret Circuit - Higher Heights (5:44)
6. Dukes Of Chutney - Domino (3:52)
7. Tornado Wallace - Desperate Pleasures (5:00)
8. Guiddo feat Georges Perin - Gin ‘n’ Tears (4:55)
9. Jaakko Eino Kalevi - Sensaatio (4:16)
10. Jee Day - Sum Of Love (6:23)
11. Tornado Wallace - Space Tropics (5:19)
12. Palmbomen II - Carina Sayles (4:49)
13. Dukes of Chutney - The Smiling Cheshire (4:07)
14. T & P - Shoot The Freak (6:50)
15. Crystal & S. Koshi - Break The Dawn (7:10)
16. Gonno - Are You Asleep (8:31)
17. Matt Karmil - So You Say (6:02)
18. Lauer - Macsat Ring Down (Lee Douglas Remix) (9:17)
19. Paradis - Je m'ennuie (8:22)
20. Lauer - Stigma (6:49)
21. Secret Circuit - Afterlife (Album Version) (8:24)
22. Tornado Wallace - Kangaroo Ground (7:01)
23. Palmbomen II - Cindy Savalas (6:53)



From its beginnings as a college radio show on WNYU, Tim Sweeney’s Beats in Space was on a necessary trajectory toward preserving waveform memories permanently to wax. BIS: 001 - 020 chronicles the consideration and sophistication embodied by the first twenty releases of the label’s twelve year history.

From aquatic slow burners (Dukes of Chutney’s “The Smiling Cheshire”) to sweeping Balearic compositions (Tornado Wallace’s “Desperate Pleasures”), to outrageous expressions of club-generated sublimity (Crystal & S. Koshi’s “Break the Dawn”), it’s clear what makes this bounty of eclectic releases harmonious. In keeping with the sensibility coveted by Sweeney during his time on air, there’s an attitude: a little bit rude, but softened with sensitivity. They have a sense of motion, narrative and duration, with an appreciation for melody, but not at the expense of propulsive, percussive texture. BIS releases are drenched, or at least dipped, in the particular nostalgia experience as one meets the eyes of a friend across a crowded dance floor and the memory of an entire relationship rushing through blood in a wordless, serotoninic moment.





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