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1. From - Draw Me In

2. DJ Friendly - Body High

3. Meridians - Four in the Morning, Restless (Sam Stosuur Remix)

4. Ozacure & Mr Moustache - I Am Dreaming

5. Metapattern - Parallels

6. Dystopian Soundscapes - Ankh

7. Quin - Cerulean

8. Penelope Two Five - Nimbus

9. Chris George - Synchronous

10. Bcharre - Said a Blade of Grass

11. Christopher Brooks - Voodoo House

12. Ben Reeves - Intoxic

13. Rahms - Why Am I Running?

14. Sloxxx - I Don't Know the Question

15. Ozacure - Marmalade

The producers we've worked with on Skies [MOTH02] have inspired us. In the realm of analogue photography and development, Jack McKenzie (@35mmmkenzie) has blown us away with his expertise and guidance. And of course, your consistent support has and continues to push us to do bigger, better things.

Thank you, and please enjoy.

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Sam Stosuur's remix of Meridian's Four in the Morning, Restless takes the angelic voices from the original recording and repositions them over a shuffling house beat, packed full of live drums and hand percussion. A totally infectious tune in both its melody and rhythm - as can be expected from the cosmic house magician. On I Am Dreaming, Tel Aviv's Ozacure and Mr. Moustache come together to create an instantly funky electro house track. A playful baseline dances around off-kilter drum machines and vocoded chants of I am dreaming.... The tune could easily be the soundtrack to one of those dreams where you can't decide if it was the best dream ever or a nightmare.


Photo by Jack McKenzie

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A diverse triplet of tracks, drawn together by the notion of care and love. Rahms invites a gentle piano to join him on his slow and emotive house track, 'Why am I Running?'. This track is a story in itself, narrated by Rahms' unique family of synthetic and natural melodies and rhythms. Sloxxx takes us on a deeply hypnotic journey with 'I Don't Know the Question'. Psychedelic sounds of unknown origins meander around a groove that will absolutely lock you in. Over the 15 minute duration, the track shifts subtly and constantly around its central themes - it's tracks like these that really make you think. The closer to MOTH02, Ozacure's Marmalade, was taken as a live cut from a performance at an underground party in Jerusalem, 2018. The track was performed on a combination of drum machines, samplers and modular units - the product is totally unique. Marmalade is a trip through Ozacure's sound world; distant voices sound relaxed and meditative, trippy drums shift around trippy rhythms and the most acidic filter you've ever heard even makes an appearance. Three incredible tracks make for an incredible end to MOTH02.


Photo by Quincy Raw