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The Magic Movement imprint delivers ‘Mind At Large’ this July, a compilation compiled by label founder Noema and featuring the likes of Acid Pauli, Geju, Landikhan and more.
The Magic Movement : ‘’In 1954, Aldous Huxley introduced the concept of „Mind at Large“ to help interpret psychedelic experiences. According to this concept, the human mind filters reality under normal circumstances while psychedelic drugs remove the filter, exposing the user to a Mind at Large.
In our new release, label boss Noema selected 15 tracks to help you open these doors of perception. Furthermore, this compilation showcases the rich musical spectrum of The Magic Movement, from ethnic Downbeat and midtempo Indie Dance to uptempo House Music, always with a psychedelic touch and a lot of love for the detail. The compilation is structured like a DJ set by Noema. It starts hypnotic and slow, then continuously increases the tempo until it reaches ecstatic upbeat domains: Our journey begins with uplifting and funky Downbeat by KÖNI in an edit by Noema, El Remolon, Bliz Nochi, Geju and a dubby 80’s disco bonanza by The Oddness.
After a side trip to South America and Spain, featuring future-RnB rhythms by Landikhan with Dat Garcia and the driving electronic cumbia dancefloor bomb by Nat Barrera in a Noema edit, we catch our breath during some more minimal and hypnotic tracks by Y.Loh, Acid Pauli and Kermesse in a Xique-Xique remix.
Now in the mid-tempo range, we explore a playful and super groovy jam by Sabda, as well as a shiny track by Kermesse and the marching drums of Noema & Dandara. In the last section, we go upbeat with Future-Jazz-House by Wilde See until we take off to the grand finale, a superb House Music sunset anthem by Serpoosh & Noema. And as Huxley points out, “The man who comes back through the Door in the Wall will never be quite the same as the man who went out. He will be wiser but less sure, happier but less self-satisfied, humbler in acknowledging his ignorance yet better equipped to understand the relationship of words to things, of systematic reasoning to the unfathomable mystery which it tries, forever vainly, to comprehend”