Myon – Tales From Another World – Volume 01 (South America)
By any measure, Myon’s been sizing up a compilation undertaking for a while now. For the US-based DJ/producer nonetheless it was by no means about doing a combination comp, it’s about doing the combine comp. Raised, all through his childhood on them in his native Hungary, it was the go-to medium to get music. Mix comps although, Myon feels, have misplaced some luster and thru ‘Tales From Another World’, that’s one thing he’s about to re-establish.
“I've at all times had an enormous dream to launch a combination compilation collection that might make the identical affect as those I listened to in my youth, Myon elaborates. From cassette mixes within the ’90s to purchasing dance compilations within the 2000s, there isn't any doubt this closely influenced me rising up. I needed to revive one thing that I felt was largely gone from dance music – to deliver the ‘particular’ again. That’s taken quite a lot of time to develop, however – glad to say – right here we're!”
‘Tales From Another World’ is his first in a collection that can go to new, and certainly he believes the furthest lengths to pay attention the essence of its settled-upon metropolis, nation or continent. Myon’s .01 debut rests inside that latter parameter. “To a higher diploma, he says, I selected South America because the theme for the primary installment, as a result of two of my all-time favourite compilations share that theme. My objective was to search out and create music that has the early progressive home sound, albeit with a Latin twist. The first rule in growing it was: no fillers/no cop-outs! From first to final, solely music that really belonged on a compilation would make the reduce. This meant enlisting artists at Ride (Myon’s label) and from the continent itself to assist get a sound and really feel that’s explicitly, authentically South America.”
Myon’s began by both connecting or reconnecting with artists of curiosity from the world itself. Finding many open to the idea, this led to a swift consumption of music and collaborations from artists, singers, and acts together with Jose Pesqueira, Indaco, Nicole Torres and Gala Khalife.
Buoyed, Myon then went on the hunt for fresh-from-the-desks materials that had notable Latin presence. As a part of that course of, ‘Ushuaia’, ‘Panama’, ‘Coral’, ‘Cala Saladeta’ and ‘Salvador Nights’ surfaced. This respectively introduced music from Estiva, Pavel Khvaleev, Lee Coulson, Hausman, and Farius to ‘Tales From Another World Vol.01’s desk.
With musical ethnicity from the continent forefront in his thoughts, Myon additionally retouched a number of present numbers to make use of completely as a part of ‘Tales From Another World’s story. At cooler tempos and dealing with banks of instrumentation inherent to the world, he re-centered tracks like Late Night Alumni’s ‘Low’, ‘A Deeper Truth’ from Sygma & Anne Hathaway and Gabriel & Dresden’s ‘You’.
Myon didn’t overlook the chance to return to the crates and dig out some tracks from basic compilations previous both. With his Reminiscent Mix, Farius has introduced Angelic’s ‘Stay With Me’ again to the fore. Mitiska and Myon himself in the meantime have additionally given an artfully Hispanic ‘Tales’ translation to The Spacelover’s ‘Space Lover’ with their housier retell.
Further within the album additionally incorporates a host of different music with perceptible shades and threads from the southern quarter. Spencer Brown, Ilan Bluestone and Wrechiski (to call a couple of) options with – respectively – ‘Not Alone’, ’Nightwalk’ and ‘Fervour’. Further echoing that, there are notable combine inclusions just like the tropical house-edged ‘When You’re Here’ from Roger Shah and Lumisade’s cool-n-trancey Balearic Mix of Late Night Alumni’s ‘Empty Streets’.
“Tales from Another World is a collection I want to proceed for years to come back, with each quantity representing a unique continent, nation or metropolis, concludes Myon. I felt a lot pleasure creating this, and I can solely hope you'll really feel the identical listening to this as I did as a child within the 90s”.
01. Myon that includes Jose Pesqueira – Praia Solitária (Intro Version)
02. Late Night Alumni – Low (Myon's Tales From Another World Mix)
03. Michael Badal – Lost In You
04. Ilan Bluestone – Not Alone
05. Wynnwood – DC-10
06. Eddie Murray – Helios
07. Gabriel Montufar that includes Nicole Torres – Fade Away (Myon Edit)
08. Estiva – Coral
09. Lee Coulson – Ushuaia
10. Hausman – Panama
11. Late Night Alumni – Empty Streets (ALPHA 9 Remix)
12. Angelic – Stay With Me (Farius Reminiscent Mix)
13. Reddfield – Runaway (Myon Edit)
14. Hiromori Aso – Breeze
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