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  1. Franz Ferdinand  ‘Always Ascending

Always Ascending‘ is a great track. Especially, the opening minute, before the electro crescendo is a milestone for the Scottish band. Franz Ferdinand released the official video, almost a month after the track initially came to surface. Looking forward to February 9th!

Christos Doukakis

  1. Marching Church – ‘Christmas On Earth

Marching Church is the project that started by the Iceage’s singer, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt but now is a super quintet. They recently shared a melancholic Christmas carol with the title ‘Christmas On Earth’ about the parental kidnapping. The story is about parents who lost their kids and are desperate on Christmas to be found eventually and alive to spend the holidays all together.

We wish all the lost kids to be found eventually

Eleftheria Gesou

  1. Kas:st – ‘Base 4

7 minutes of euphoric techno majesty by the French duo Kas:st. ‘Base 4‘ is a mind-blowing track from their latest ‘Voyage Of Time‘, out on Flyance Records. And what happen after the 4th minute? Just press play & let loose…

Christos Doukakis

  1. Ötzi – ‘Ghosts

The video for Ötzi’s “Ghosts” was created in memory of those who died in the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland last December 2, 2016. Some of those lost in the fire were friends, some were acquaintances, and some we only knew through their art. On the anniversary of their passing, we are joined by their loved ones and survivors in creating tribute to them, and speak to them in the way they spoke to us. This video is about anger and regret, the intersection between public and private mourning, and the thinning of the veil between the living and the dead.

Christos Doukakis

  1. Monty Psythons – ‘Wasichu

Monty Psythons is a psytrance project formed by Dio and labros (Odiolab). It is a dancing exploration within the global consciousness.’ Specifically, ‘Wasichu‘ is a rare gem of psy-trance, mot afraid to look back in the past… Can you endure the ride?

Christos Doukakis

Compiled by Christos Doukakis & Eleftheria Gesou