Compost proudly presents the 13th chapter of this highly acclaimed compilation series. The exciting package 4-LP vinyl contains two yellow coloured and two black vinyls.
FSOJ 13 including some exclusives, sought-after tracks and previously unreleased tracks. Some highlights are: First of all the Van Hai track in a Ripperton remix is a perfect opener into a tranquil music venture. A sheer bliss tune. Montezumas Rache - "Wu Du Wu", which was only released on vinyl before - still difficult to find the original 12“ - is a freaky outstanding funk hybrid. Karim Sahraoui – with a punchy Detroit-ish track, picked up from Derrick May’s Transmat label - is currently in the works with a follow up 12“ later in 2017 on Compost. Acid Pauli delivers a brand new dubby balearic remix, which he recently did for Matanza, a live band from Chile. Peter Kruder came up with something special exclusive, a warm breath in the open air tune, which drives listeners into a chilled wormhole. Beside new names, bigger names like Axel Boman, Tony Allen with a Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer remix, you’ll find more lefties tracks from respected labels like Studio Barnhus, Innervisions, Lovemonk, Transmat, Mule, Tru Thoughts, Rebirth, Ninja Tune and m.o. next to other exclusive deliveries by Manuel Tur, Marsmobil, coupled up with semi exclusives: the first time on vinyl or digital.
Assembled in fragments over the course of three years, "Here I'll Be Forever", is a message of comradeship and solidarity to tender (and angry) humans worldwide: we can exist and thrive apart from our toxic dominant culture. We can develop and nurture communities founded on empathy, accountability, and abolition. In our everyday actions we can practice the foundation for something truly transformative, a place that is for everyone who is willing to work together to make a meaningful difference.
Released January 19, 2017
Album art by souther salazar Arranged + recorded by noah klein Mixed by emily reo + noah klein Mastered by jack greenleaf + matthew sage Manufactured by cryptic carousel Released on tape by never content Recorded between silent barn, dreamhaus, and numerous basements, living rooms, bedrooms, and parks across America