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  • Release Date 2012-11-11
  • Label Once Unlimited
DJ Shidarun's first Once Unlimited album unveils a variety of different styles, giving free way to her unfettered and eclectic imagination. This musical journey takes us through the story of Andrew , a grey and lonesome clerk following the path to the end of the world... "No love" fluctuates between electro and tek, suggesting Andrew's striving to get away from his disastrous love life, bordering on inexistent. At the end of the day, Andrew goes to the Deep Afterwork Bar as he is dying to listen to that specific electro tune that will chill him out. Craving childhood memories, he resolves to indulge in a kickboard trip and raves on that sweet tek beat. Enjoying a short break, he is suddenly struck as weird by a dazzling vision of him running in the streets of Fukushima, trying to escape from the impending catastrophe. Thanks to his killing day at work and his kickboard trip - not to mention his nightmarish dream - Andrew now feels sore and stiff as underlined by the acid tek sound that is taking over at this stage... He resolves to take a nap at home and indulges in a brilliant joyful house cocktail, swarming with sensuous sounds and beats. Unfortunately, he then gets badly stung by a zombie bee which seems to enjoy the minimal tune he was listening to... Our hero then discovers that the zombie bee is one of a gigantic herd of ET-bees. Those were brought up to sting each and every human being on planet Earth in order to abduct them and take them into outer space: hard cheese, says the heavy techno groove here. It doesn't take long before Andrew gets abducted. It is not all bad news he thinks, groping his way towards the queen's den, his mind bombarded with an insistent tuneful tek sound as he watches the bathing queen in breeches. Her majesty lingers on the theme of human destruction, holding Andrew and his fellow brothers responsible for the imminent shattering of the world. Oh, and it dawns on him: that's where the crazy Fukushima fantasy came from! Faced with the choice of either leaving or staying aboard the ship, Andrew ponders a few thoughts over it to the sound of a delightful and earthly Parenthse, blasting with houselike violin and hapsichord sounds. Anyway... Every little inch of hope seems to have cleared off! The Earth will be destroyed. There is no struggling against our fate: let's dance
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