Exit Readies Mosaic Compilation

 

17 Nov 2010

 

 

dBridge


With so much good music arriving in the Exit inbox dBridge is releasing a compilation called Mosaic - Volume 1. The theme of the album is quality timeless music, whether it be dancefloor killer like System's Observation Point and Loxy & Resound's Vertigo or the dreamlike sounds of Croms' Invisible Cities and Stray's Pushed

The album will be available on the following formats:

  • Two separate two-track 12"/10" samplers [EXIT025/026]
  • 4×12" gatefold LP version [EXITLP005]
  • 2xCD version [EXITCD005]

CD Tracklisting


CD 1

  1. Scuba – In_2
  2. Stray – Pushed
  3. Distance – Fading
  4. dBridge – Forgot What I Needed to Forget
  5. Synkro – Open Arms
  6. dBridge – Rendezvous
  7. Dan Harbanham – Nu Este Roze
  8. dBridge – Decayed
  9. Consequence – Splinter
  10. ASC – Modular Concepts
  11. Croms – Invisible Cities

CD 2

  1. Commix – City Section
  2. Indigo – Time
  3. Mode – Stepping Stones
  4. Instra:mental – Scene 3
  5. Skeptical – Another World
  6. Skream – Motorway
  7. Genotype – Further Searching
  8. Code 3 – Chasm
  9. Abstract Elements – Essence of Time
  10. System – Observation Point
  11. Loxy & Resound – Vertigo


Photography: Vicki Blatchley




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