Next up in our 'quality trance for discerning adults' series is Manmachine's extended player, 'Where's Cynthia?'.
Miroslav Bako has worked in music for more than 15 years, composing theatre, film and TV scores in his native Serbia, while simultaneously releasing tracks on Ovnimoon, Goa and Yellow Sunshine Explosion, under his Psychedelic alter ego - Manmachine.
Bernie Allen has to be the most prolific artist we've ever had on Lost Language. His 'Ethereal Love' was one of the label highlights from last year and before we knew it, there was a whole mountain full of Bernie gold just waiting to be mined, smelt and moulded.
Having fallen in love with Sonic Entity's sound late last year, playing numerous tracks and remixes on his Beyond the Black Radio show, Ben Lost was keen to sign some original material, so we were over the moon when Sonic Entity conjured up three Goa infused, black trance blizzards via 'The Rainmaker'.
Next up on Lost Language is 'Perpetually Delayed Voyage', a melodic, psychedelic trance workout from legendary Greek producer Filteria.
Filteria has been making quality trance for the best part of 10 years and in our opinion, 'Perpetually Delayed Voyage' is up there with his best. For those not familiar with his work, Filteria specialises in deep hypnotic goa infused psychedlia, with this track in particular showcasing a beautiful, descending riff, complete with the kind of melancholic bass line we at Lost Language go nuts for. It's deep, fresh and beautifully produced, while sounding pure and old school in the most authentic of ways.
We're overjoyed to be kicking 2013 off with a respray of one of our all time favourite releases - the almighty Natious 'Amber'.
A staple track in the sets of Oakenfold, Sasha and Van Dyk back in the day, Amber's soaring, melancholic, sci-fi riff captures a mood that we at Lost Language pine for.
Lost Language's latest compilation album stems from US trance master Tasadi. For the past year he has scouted exclusive tracks from the cutting edge of the global trance world and seamlessly mixed them for the latest in his Ascension series, titled 'The Ascension 002 (The Illumination).
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Swiftly following on from their superb remix of Bernie Allens 'Ethereal Love' - Adam White and Adam Dowlings Blanka project deliver their debut in the form of Red Earth, a single that further showcases their clinically tight and musically accomplished sound.
Lost Language heroes Tilt are back, teaming up with Sasha collaborator and all round legend Sam Mollison, on vocals.
Tilt's Sacred Heart Mix of Your Love is a master class in how Trance and House should sit together, with a classy groove and soulful vocals effortlessly sitting alongside uplifting chords and a break that harks back to the glory days of Creams Courtyard
Ethereal Love is the first single from the, as yet untitled, forthcoming Bernie Allen album and it's a corker. Driving percussion and modern production technique's provide a solid backbone for the track, with a dark and moody main riff giving way to some lush pads and a gated vocal breakdown that's a real nod to the old school of progressive trance. It's one for the LL purists and dare we say it wouldn't have sounded out of place in one of Sasha or Oakenfold's sets from 1999.
Next in the Lost Language album department we are returning to things Ambient. We are really pleased to welcome Adam Fielding into the Lost language family. Adam is a UK based electronic musician specializing in blending rich soundscapes & strong melodies to create music with strong emotional undercurrents.
Two classic Accadia tracks from the Lost Language vault are next to get the Lost Language treatment, with Neptune Projects heavily requested remix of Blind Visions heading up the package.
Amir Abassi takes us deep into melodic techno territory, with a remix of Into the Dawn to rival James Holdens, while newcomers Charm & Strange provide us with an immense rework of said track, replaying all the parts on guitar and piano with a backbone of analogue synths underpinning the whole thing. Truly epic stuff. Finishing off the package we have the unreleased dub of Pitch N' Suplhurs mix from back in the day but still sounding as punchy as ever.
Robert Vadney comes from the small island of Rhodes in Greece. He makes melancholic progressive trance compositions tinged with a tinge of rock and alternative attitude. Paul Oakenfold even referred to him the 'The King of Gothic Trance'. After a ton of high profile remixes (including one for us) and a string of successful releases on Perfecto Records we are pleased to welcome Rodney into the Lost Language stable.
Big things are happening in the life of Columbian born Santiago Nino. He has moved south to Argentina and set up his brand new label "Plasma Torus". A man on the move in many ways. We are pretty lucky to be putting our an EP by the man himself.
Jimmy Roqsta hails from Estonia. He makes expansive, layered progressive music that we just love here at Lost Language. Multi layered with darting synths, emotive pads and rising and falling flows. One more thing.. it just oozes quality.
Next up on Lost Language we have an EP from the immensely prolific Bernie Allen, which not only introduces his name to followers of the label but is also a statement of intent from original A&R man Ben Lost who is back at the label after a 7 year break (and keen to inject some of that original magic).
We are pleased to welcome Les Hemstock (Of Hemstock and Jennings trancemeisters fame) to Lost Language. Here he teams up with Minoo to present the Arabic / Trance hybrid soundclash "Redemption". Los Angeles based, Les Hemstock comes with an impressive dance music pedigree via his top 20 hits and collaborations with Paul Van Dyk. Minoo originally hails from Cairo and is now US based. He is a big fan of pianist / composer, Yanni.
Amir Farhoodi blew us away with his remix of Ben Russells 'Fatar' and Bernie Allen's 'Silver Lining' and we're now overjoyed to announce his debut artist release written especially for Lost Language.
Guatemala based Santiago Nino delivers one of his most trance led tracks in quite a while. Cosmic Love is big room riffs, swathing beats and high octane synths all the way.
As the perfect antidote Astral Body is a downtempo, synth-soundscape and quite frankly the one of the most beautiful pieces of music we have ever released on Lost Language. .
Tilt show off their more melodic side with "The Music In You". Regular Tilt contributor and songbird Maria Naylor is in attendance for some fine vocal duties.
To mark our landmark 100th release we have some fine new tracks & remixes from the one on biggest acts on Lost Language, the mighty Tilt.
Lost Language's latest compilation album stems from US trance master Tasadi. For the past year he has scouted exclusive tracks from some of the hottest global producers and seamlessly mixed them into his latest CD called 'Ascension'.
Austin, Texas based producer Peter Martin may have been relatively quiet over the past year or two but its with great pleasure that we announce his debut long-player "Truth" on Lost Language. Peter has an amazing track record of remixes for us (and others) including Sasha, Pete Lazonby and Paul Keeley. Back in the mid noughties Peter also had some great progressive originals on labels such as Armada Electronic Elements, Primal and Proton
Igor Markov is the genius behind Reii. In 2009 we recieved and released the amazing 'Shocks' track as his debut. 2 years later we are pleased to follow up on Lost Language with his Ghostly Sea EP.
Detroit Based Mike Mikhijan follows up his debut Lost Language 'Clifton Beach' release with a fine four tracker EP the most appropiately named 'Weekend Endorphin EP'.
Next up at Lost Language is the highly talented, Swiss fellow Ben Russell. His Fatar is a debut release for us and it’s a cracker. Chunky, muscular grooves and darting-synths are the order for the day, all tied up with big room Progressive trance grooves.
Detroit Based Mike Mikhijan has hit all the right sonic buttons with his accomplished debut on Lost Language 'Clifton Beach'. Named after the Cape Town 'Clifton Beach' the track features all the right components to make it a favourite here at Lost Language towers and no doubt floors around the world.
Here at Lost Language towers it is all things TEN. Ten years since we began, our tenth CD album release and our soon to be released 100th landmark release (OK, that's ten by ten but you get the idea). After taking time off from the Exhibition series for a year or two, what better time to recap. Think it of it as a best-of the first ten years.
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The Tasadi album 'The System' was one of our highlights from 2009. A great concept, some great tunes and a common thread that tied everything together that is so often missing in trance albums. Fast forward a year and a bit and its time to remind ourselves what a fine gem our favourite Dallas resident accomplished. Of course this is prog trance land and that means … remixes.
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The Solarstone world never stops turning.. Rich is currently locked-away in his bunker working on album no2. But as the man says.. you can't keep the music down. Here we present two finely executed remixes of classic Solarstone tracks from the Lost Language back catalogue.
Taking some inspiration from classical composer Holst, the Tasadi album is named after the nine planets of the solar system (although he adds in the Sun and Moon for good measure). Each track takes inspiration from the planet it inherits its name from. The result is a flowing album (starting from the Sun, heading out to Pluto) or varied moods, textures and sounds, all of them in the EDM vein.
There is a long history to "Peace". This fine example of late nineties german trance was originally signed to Hooj Choons back in 1998. It never made it out the door on Hooj but sister label Lost Language made it a centrepiece release of its gung-ho early days. The track features a pad based riff to rival the best of them... and you will be pleased to hear that all the new (and old) mixes come loaded with that riff.