The beauty of the diversity in life and the liability for change lead us to the third edition of the Mutable Minds series. This time, across 8 exclusive tracks, you will get to explore new productions from MindTrip’s inner circle like Pfirter, Dimi Angelis, Patrik Carrera, to a host of new names like Astronomical Telegram, Vohkinne, Jokasti & Nek and more.
The opening ‘Pride’ by Medellín based Astronomical Telegram works perfectly as an introduction to the musical journey that follows. James Bong is taking the lead with his rolling sequences embodied on his track called 13 to pass the baton to Atrophic Society’s label head, Vohkinne who’s tearing up the floor with his Dead Orchard. A new entry to the MindTrip family, but no stranger to the techno community, is German Oliver Rosemann who shares a modularized and straightforward tune entitled ‘Unmaker’. Label boss, Pfirter, contributes to this edition with his ferocious and fast-paced ‘Falling Bridges’ that comes with a fizzing energy for the dancefloor. Next is Berlin based Patrik Carrera with his ‘Valamar Conflict’ an experimental outcome inspired by the savagery of his live sets.
As the compilation is coming to an end, a familiar name to the world of MindTrip makes his return with a track that deviates from the realm of the easily anticipated and is none other than ANGLS’ label head Dimi Angelis. Last but not least, we are really happy to welcome to the label a Greek Techno duo, Jokasti & Nek. Having previous releases on several labels with Bas Mooy’s Mord among the highlights, Jokasti & Nek serve a perfect break-beat with characteristic vocals that is hard to forget. The result of Mutable Minds III focuses once more on the musical journey rather than the classification of a genre and works as a middle for the listener to enter a state that is more than what one can call ordinary reality. Happy New Year!
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