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‘You Need To Hear This is proud to present ‘Fantastic Man’ a documentary investigating Nigerian musician William Onyeabor, a man shrouded in mystery and myth. Directed by Jake Sumner (Alldayeveryday) the film tells the story of a label’s attempt to track William down, speaking to fans such as Damon Albarn, Caribou and Femi Kuti and travelling to Nigeria to meet those who’ve worked with him in a bid to uncover the truth about his story.
// The Power Of Movement In Plants Ep //
A concept taken from an old book of Charles Darwin, where he theorized the existence of a brain in plant roots, in order to feature a stylistic evolution from Ambient to Techno. A free way of thinking without schemes, as we move into territory that we love, in the boundless fields of electronic music.
Our debut Ep features the following artists:
// Commodity Place presents: Soils
A great ambient song inspired by Pete Namlook’s music, a 13 minutes journey into space.
// passEnger presents: Is This For Real?
A detroitian downtempo track with sweet melodies and muffled electro beats. Pure futuristic soul.
// Cosmic Metal Mother presents: The Unreleased Techno Mixes Series (comunicazione uno)
A special track, simply a strange adventure in techno music with old school industrial influences, distorted rhythms and powerful dynamics.
Vinyl release limited to 300 copies worldwide.
‘Commodity Place project is back with two masterful compositions wrapped in a special colorful EP. The duo composed by roman musicians Massimiliano Loretucci (computer and synths) and Riccardo Frosoni (guitar and percussions) has set two amazing tracks letting the mind and body to travel far away till the most unreachable and undefined horizons of psychedelic music.
On side A, “Multifrequency Behaviour Of High Energy Cosmic Sources” develops an intense journey into a nebulous space dimension where a wide range of fluffy cosmic echoes are stratified and stretched to the infinity, while human perception is totally kidnapped by ancestral voice effects. Straight to the unknown ambient paradise.
The endless 12 minutes of “Ahura Mazdà” fill entirely the B side. A melodic start up loop on a mild 4/4 downtempo pace prepares the well coming of an outstanding solo guitar excursion with some psy-synths on background for a piece of music that we can literally define as an extraordinary Psychedelic / Krautrock symphony.
So, now you are in. But remember: over the mystic mountains another Earth could be found.
Side A: Multifrequency Behaviour of High Energy Cosmic Sources – 9′.03
Side B: Ahura Mazdà — 12’.24′