the next signing of forbidden colours are modular nerds kino internacional and borja piñ,,eiro from reykjavik606 who always challenge the fine line between music-making and story-telling. for a1 everything happens for a reason the duo join forces with the maestro odei astibia on the drums, where they jam on the infamous mecca studios for a really beautiful mind trip. on the flip side lake nakaumi leads listeners to some lonely scenario where the modular and pads travel together on the same wagon. forbidden colours called basque techno leader kastil for a remix who recorded a 7 minutes straight and trippy techno. my love wears forbidden colours my life believes my love wears forbidden colours my life believes in you once again
STOP LOOKING FOR HAPPINESS IN THE SAME PLACE YOU LOST IT
12" Vinyl UK12.09.16
spanish duo reykjavik 606 have another story to tell – this time one they’re sharing on the brand new music terrae label. in a three-headed, musical tale, their ‘stop looking for happiness in the same place you lost it’ ep brings out all of their talent. blending cinematic house, mesmerizing melodies and groovy downtempo bits with their taste of eclectic, reykjavik 606 show exactly why one of their previous albums was nominated for ‘album of the year’ by dj mag and clubbingspain. on music terrae, their talent is showcased with the sounds of ‘nowhere in particular’, ‘no name for a place’ and ‘lonely boy’, three unparalleled productions to spark your senses and capture the imagination. these guys are right at home on music terrae.
this third installment of dj margeir ingolfssons acclaimed blue lagoon soundtrack continues the tradition of capturing the relaxing and otherworldly atmosphere of the blue lagoon in a flawless mix of eclectic electronic gems.