|1.||"True Dayz For Confessing In Luv" (4:34)|
|2.||"Aced Theory Of All" (5:29)|
|3.||"Found You" (4:52)|
Music and intentions come together for a good cause. Southern Germany's Eudemonia was made with the intention of giving something back to society and supporting musical projects in conflict areas. For their fifth edition they've invited Russian producer Gennadiy Manzhos aka Low Tape, who's rocked up on labels such as X-Kalay, Furthur Electronix and Mechatronica in recent times. On "True Dayz For Confessing In Luv", feel the neon-lit vibes of the title track, booming electro-bass party starter "Aced Theory Of All" featuring some good ol' Sheffield-inspired bleep (and gnarly acid), and the Motor City melancholia of closer "Found You" which calls to mind legends like The Abstract Eye or Detroit Escalator Company. As if the above wasn't already good enough, all profits from this release will be donated to Musicians Without Borders. Get in!
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