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Whoever missed the Parties and the Atmosphere gets an impression what were played on the decks at Amnesia and Calla Llonga (Afterhour-Club).Sven Väth In the Mix-The Sound of the second Season is a Double-CD, sub - titled “Night and Day”.
Machines surely can build something new out of given sources, but cannot improvise. Soul also seems to be a keyword for the creator of these pieces.Cocoon Recordings - having hit the headlines so far with two exclusive Label Compilations, a Mix-CD by Steve Bug and, of course, the two Ibiza-Mix-CDs by Sven Väth – is surely moving on a new terrain with this record, but one can easily trust in Sven's good nose for new and influencing acts.After the great success of Sven Väth´s very first Mix-CD “The Sound of the first Season” last year, it wasn’t necessary thinking about producing the “Second Season” of Cocoon’s Summer – Residency Amnesia/Ibiza as a Mix – CD creating a Memory for the people who joined Cocoon and bring a piece of Summer to the one’s that stayed at home.At the very base of Jacek's style lies originality: The tracks always manage to retain an individual edge, keeping with a very special kind of string-driven melancholy over accelerating beats.But the artist's imagination reaches beside the dancefloor: at one point also some more experimental tracks started to surface.Release Day of the Double-CD “ The Sound of the second Season will be the 19th of November 2001 on Cocoon Recordings.
cocoon is about spreading the electronic music word in all it's different phases and faces.
The record was determined to be a cross-section through his musical identity, which formed over more than ten years of listening and making music.
It is full of surprises and will definitely appeal to those who like more than one musical style.
Jacek Sienkiewicz was born in Warsaw and during the past few years, he was focusing on developing his own style through his Recognition label.
His tracks stand out both as powerful dancefloor techno tools and carefully crafted original compositions.
Henze, is responsible for the more rude and dynamic pieces like "Blechtrommel" or "Sky High".