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Артист: Orkidea Название: 20 Ximer Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Label: Solaris/SLRSCDLP012 О музыке: It's now two years since the release of my third artist album '20' and I'm proud to
present the is Remix Edition. I'm a strong believer in the forward-looking nature of electronic music the art of remixing has always been in
the heart and soul of DJ culture, which is why I have hand-picked twenty of my favourite (mainly Finnish) producers to their own versions of the
album tracks. I'm extremely happy with each and every one of them, and I think you can clearly hear the time, attention, heart soul poured into
creating them. Genre-wise it ranges from deep housey versions by Antti Rasi and Chantola, through progressive variations from Michael Cassette and
Timewave to driving uplifters by Beach X, Tempo Giusto and Solarstone. Also Included are 'Sphere' and 'Lifetime Warranty' - two
tracks of mine which were only previously available as digital extras of the original '20' album. This album's closing track is the
sublime chill-out rendition of 'Unity' by Finnish brothers Orion J.Shore. To me, this selection represents the retrofuturistic musical
landscape that I wanted '20' to have - deeply rooted in the original essence of trance music, yet in laser-sharp 21st century sonic form.
Thank you for supporting the music we have d and I hope you'll enjoy the album!
It’s been amazing twenty years since me and my friends started organizing illegal raves in the squat houses of Helsinki in early
90s. Most bizarre experience must have been DJing for Jean-Paul Gaultier and Helena Christensen at a Berlin fetish club Kit Kat after their first ever
Berlin show. Most flashy ones have been entertaining the rich famous of Hong Kong or Russia while warming up Chemical Brothers, Paul van Dyk or
Underworld was something I’ll never forget. From the venues I’ve DJed Tresor in Berlin, Pacha in Ibiza, Ministry of Sound in London and CODE in
Tokyo were special places to play.
My recording career started in 1998 with Slusnik Luna’s Nicklas Renqvist. ‘Unity‘ was signed to british Steelfish label and found it’s way to
Gatecrasher and Renaissance compilations. Sasha and Oakenfold opened their Essential Mixes with it and Pete Tong played it on BBC Radio 1. Gigs with
DJ Tiesto lead into signing to his Black Hole label while other releases include ‘Embrace’ on Five AM and ‘Beautiful‘ on Sential (finnish
national singles chart #1). Most famous colaborations include ‘YearZero‘ together with Andy Moor, ‘God’s Garden‘ together with David West
and ‘Zeitgeist‘ with Solarstone. My remixes include Aalto’s ‘Rush‘ made together with Super8, Stage One remix made for Hooj Choons, Way Out
West’s ‘Killa‘ and more recently a bootleg remix of Hans Zimmer’s ‘Time‘ from Inception soundtrack which Paul Oakenfold loved so much he
did his own edit. In 2011 I released my third artist album “20” which also celebrates my twenty years of DJing.
As promoters we have come a very long way from the days of illegal warehouse raves. Together with my friends, we have run Club Unity for over ten
years, promoted Renaissance’s events in Helsinki and organized events called “Pacifique” for almost 3000 people in a water park. We have had fun
at 16 hour Sunday clubbing sessions at DTM and have brought Jose Padilla to Finland. We have organised events on boats, in parks, on ice-skating rinks
and even did one of Finland’s first flash mobs: the infamous One Minute Raves. The longest set I’ve ever played was 23 hours on New Year’s Day
in 2010. To me electronic music and club culture has always been about open-mindness, unity amongst people and pushing the musical boundaries forward,
whether it’s ambient concert in a park or full on rave in warehouse. Uniting the sounds, the minds, the people…