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Norrbacka (CD) 159,50

One of the most legendary swedish synthpop acts of all times Saft returns after one and a half decade under the ice. Saft was during their most active time without the biggest electronic pop act around in Sweden and even reached a big audience outside the synthpop-scene with their extremlly catchy and well produced tracks. With the new album "Norrbacka" Saft returns to their roots. Easy listening, well produced and super catchy tunes!

Dark Side Of The Moog Vol.1-4 (5CD-Box) 299,50

In 1994, Klaus Schulze was able to look back on a long, successful and highly influential career, but he was also able to embrace the new. He was in the midst of his 'digital phase', fascinated by sampling technology, and had a clear idea of where he could go with the technology, which resulted in albums like 'Beyond Recall'; the Royal Festival Hall recordings; 'The Dome Event' and even to an extent his opera 'Totentag'. By contrast Peter Kuhlman a.k.a Pete Namlook had just started. In 1992 he had founded the seminal Fax label, which was both a vehicle for his own recordings and a chance to collaborate and release recordings from like-minded musicians from around the world: Robert Görl of DAF; Geir Jenssen of Biosphere fame; the ever-eclectic Bill Laswell; Ritchie Hawtin; Lorenzo Montanà; Gabriel Le Mar; Atomheart [Lassigue Bendthaus] and David Moufang to name just a few. 'Dark Side of the Moog' grew more or less unplanned to a sprawling, stately-sized series of eleven volumes recorded between 1994 and 2008, only ending with the early, tragic death of Pete on in November 2012. The remaining parts will be released on two further 5CD-sets later on in 2016.

Not So Cold - A Warm Wave Compilation (2CD) 249,50

When the precursor of Twice a Man, Cosmic Overdose, was performing the frst concerts in Sweden in the end of the 70´s with rhythm box, synthesizers and weird sounding guitar the journalists tagged the music "cold wave". We had the opposite view, as we were run by passion, anger, melancholy... As then, we now live in dark times; terror, corruption, war, greed... we still have to hunt down inner and outer demons, to deal with the dark sides of life and society, to activate a rebellion against what is fundamentally wrong. Music without darkness is not possible. The Warm Wave bands all have this in common. There is a mutual understanding that i feel is intuitive. The Warm Wave concept is powered by rebellion and passion, a refusal to adapt to an individualistic social climate. We fnd answers in empathy, solidarity, equality and visions that other ways of living is possible. "We believe in colors of the rainbow and we fnd comfort in the heart of darkness. We believe the heart to be red and rebellious and that it stings and itches when the world is breaking apart." During two weekends in Sweden in May and November 2015 the Warm Wave Concerts took place. Bands that participated were Vólkova, Keluar, Alvar, Red Mecca, Schonwald, White Birches and Twice a Man. The concerts were amazing! All bands are different, with their own expressions, but there are plenty of originality, beauty and love to share.

No Place For You (CD) 159,50

Daft Records is extremely proud to present a completely brand new album from this legendary Belgian duo with 12 outstanding synthpop "old-school" minimal wave tracks! Almost 30 years after their 1986 debut 12 inch "Vita Noctis" and the double album "Against the Rule" (released 4 years ago on Daft side-label Minimal Maximal) that contained all material released by the band in the 80s. These first new recordings by the pioneers of minimal electro sound both very retro 80s and at the same time fresh and new, that all real fans of Minimal Electro will be delighted! The album also features a fascinating collaboration with Zoltan Freitag, who's album 'Warm Songs for a cold tomorrow' has become an iconic release for the Minimal Wave scene! Sleeve design by Stephan Barbery and Peter Mastbooms, Co - production by Dirk Ivens and mastered by Eric van Wonterghem.

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