RELEASE DATE 2023-04-14
We’re back for Radikon No. 62 with a ticking bombshell of a compilation. This one is carefully curated for all the wild rave hearts out here. Tools and fillers are nowhere to be found in the handpicked selection, this very time we’re aiming straight for the strobelight era of the night. Our vision was to find rising and established artists who deliver nothing more than the peaks of their artistry for the peaks of the clubs. These mighty all-purpose weapons can handle any DJ’s need at any time and shouldn’t be missing out on anyone’s USBs. Each tracks stands on it’s own while still staying consequently in the familiar Radikon soundscape in between melodic darkness and creative mysticism.
Jonas opens up the rollercoaster ride with the bass driven track ‘Cormoran’ which evolves into a harmonic oasis, followed up by his co owner Guzy, who blasts through a jungle of syncopated melody patterns with ‘Hydra’. French jack of all trades Olivier Giacamotto pumps his beats from ‘All My Own’ right into the stomach, with cautious interruptions by deep vocals bits and wide pad emotions. The journey goes right on into the ‘Eye of the Storm’ by Julya Karma, a main stage art piece inspired by modern indie dance featuring the soothing voice of Frynn. Bigfett launches a battery of arpeggio missiles straight onto the dancefloor within his contribution ‘Overload’, succeeded by Un:said’s deep melody overtures within ‘Arch’. A certain electronic post pop vibe gets supplied by Speaking In Tounges and their hit machine ‘Burning’. The closing track is chipped in by the legendary scene luminary Several Definitions, who offers a deep dive with ‘Generate’ into his signature sound.