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ALL
Dial

Digital Compilation
DIALCD32
Out: 25-05-2015
 
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By default, the structure of a label like the Hamburg and Berlin based Dial Records is tightly knit. It was born out of the urge to give musician-friends a platform to release their work. 15 years l
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By default, the structure of a label like the Hamburg and Berlin based Dial Records is tightly knit. It was born out of the urge to give musician-friends a platform to release their work. 15 years later, Dial still operates on the same model. The track list to the celebratory anniversary compilation ALL mirrors this: Alongside the founders Lawrence, Carsten Jost and Pawel, it features Dial regulars / good friends Efdemin, Pantha du Prince, Roman Flügel, RNDM, John Roberts, Queens, and Christian Naujoks whose “For A While”, a synthesizer piece performed live for his band Sky Walking, opens the compilation. Of course, the roster of the label doesn’t expand in big leaps. ALL signifies one of the biggest yet by showcasing five artists new to Dial. Among them is White Material Records’ co-founder DJ Richard, who will release his debut album here in September 2015. With “I Want to Be Art”, artist Stefan Tcherepnin lent the compilation a mystic and beautiful anthem from United Brothers Inc.’s second Android episode, shot in L.A., New York and Tokyo over the past year. It features the voice of Yuri Manabe, who also stars in the film. ALL also sees contributions like Physical Therapy’s deep and enticingly bulky “Market Crash”. Based in Berlin and New York, he’s collaborated with the versatile singer and producer James K before, whose haunting vocals float over distorted guitars in her new track “S Lush”. The Berlin based duo Dawn Mok closes the compilation with “Like Thoughts or Moments We Fall”, a title that might be the closest Dial’s gotten to R&B since Destiny’s Child’s cameo on Efdemin’s “Technicolour” in 2002. This mix of acts familiar to and closely associated with Dial and new friends-turned- contributors makes ALL an extraordinary release that presents an essence of what Dial has been for the past 15 years as well as an outlook on what it will continue to grow into.
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Adam Swain (Buxton Records)

amazing compilation. DIAL ALLways delivers. cheers