In the context of the celebration of its tenth anniversary, Lapsus releases a new discographic reference called “DEU”: a double vinyl album (2x12”) which includes 17 exclusive songs signed by both national and international renowned artists, who have taken an active part in Lapsus during its first ten years of existence.
Hypnagogic daydreams by the Scottish duo Dalhous, deconstructed house by Shape Worship, drum’n’bass revival by Etch or warm textures by Winter Flags -the calmest aka by Gacha, recent recruit of the legendary Belgian team R&S- share space with organic IDM by Kelpe and Ochre, digital sensuality by Japanese Ametsub, melodic techno by Vector Lovers
-unforgettable due to his “Capsule For One”, released on Soma in 2005- or the unmistakable sounds of the mythical duo Plaid from Warp Records, who also contribute to “DEU” with an amazing unpublished theme called “Huix”.
National contributions to this compilation offer an accurate reflection of the current situation of creative effervescence which the electronic scene in our country is undergoing: from newest r’n’b sounds by Dr. Res and Drömnu –recent new recruit on Lapsus Records-, to sampledelic house by unstoppable Sau Poler or continuum hardcore by Clip! and Pyrénées, plus chirurgical experimentation by the astonishing audiovisual project Playmodes or the extremely personal sound proposals by acclaimed beGun and Sistema.
This is a double limited edition red vinyl with a colorful cover, whose 100 first copies will be officially available on the 4th April at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), coinciding with the inauguration of Lapsus Festival.
Edition limited to 250 copies, reserve yours at www.lapsusrecords.cat
. It will be delivered from the 8th April 2014 at a price of 20 euros (plus delivery costs). Also available in digital format* from the 8th of April 2014.
Get your tickets for Lapsus Festival at www.lapsusfestival.cat
(*) Except for “Huix” by Plaid, only available on vinyl format.
released 08 April 2014
Mastered by Pedro Pina.
Artwork by Basora.