ray kandinski embarks on the fifteenth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the moody and hazy ‘cressida’ ep for shall not fade sister-label lost palms. expedition fifteen features four jams packed full of dusty synth lines. spacey soundscapes and eerie vocals.
every tune of the 12- is deeply inspired by the origins of the mid 90s melodic jungle & d n b movement. namely by the greats of that era: peshay. source direct. ltj bukem and photek. ray & karl have worked together on a number of projects over the last year. the most recent one being a split 12- on the other planet of lyon. while ray has been connected to the lo-fi house scene and acts like baltra. dj boring and dj seinfeld. karl has been more low-key. producing music that s relaxed and organic. mainly inspired by naature and the musical movement around frits wentink and max graef. for this release they worked closely together. decided to stray off their usual paths and combined their different styles to form a well-rounded record.
for its 4th release. the other planet presents karl lumont & ray kandinski. pioneers of the modern world with a touch of lo-fi and dance.
on the a. karl lumont is an explorer. this ep is inspired by nature and is the result of his wanderings at dusk. from cloudy mountains to sunny paradises. his path is built on curiosities.
for the b. escape your endless scrolling of the internet to embrace life through dance music and jazzy vibes. explore your city with full speed with this side by ray kandinski.
** vinyl only ** ray kandinski s much sought after jam could you (be mine) finally drops on vinyl via the e-beamz label! backed with 2 underground warehouse belters on the flip the tongue-in-cheek lo fi is dead and the balearic basement vibes
four fresh joints from four producers very much in the limelight right now. baltra. yancitygurl. ray kandinski and sonderr all step up and deliver rough and rugged house jams for the latest lit level joint.