You may ask: "In the day and age of streaming playlists and the omnipresence of freely available mixes, what's the use of a label compilation?" The answer is simple: labels still serve as a dearly needed filter mechanism in this tsunami of music we're facing every day. Labels strive to establish trust between artists and listeners. They're like your favorite restaurant around the corner. On the spur of the moment, you might find more excitement in that hip place that just opened somewhere else. But when the novelty fades, you'll always return to your sanctuary. The safe place where they know your name and the last drink is on the house. Kompakt has become such a place for generations of fans and artists alike. And the Total compilation series serves as it's menu: always changing but instantly recognizable. As per usual, Total is a collection of the past year's biggest tunes, the creme de la creme of Kompakt's steady output of 12-inches. With Jürgen Paape, the notorious Voigt brothers, Thomas/Mayer, and Jörg Burger - all founding fathers are on board. Legacy artists Sascha Funke and Justus Köhncke make their long-awaited comebacks, the latter with a kinky Patrick Cowley homage called "Mindless Sex Track". Cologne young blood Julian Stetter nails the starry-eyed, romantic Kompakt signature sound with his remix for an up-and-coming local pop outfit called Albert Luxus. Fellow Colonian Jonathan Kaspar makes his label debut with his slinky track "Renard". DJ Balduin definitely is one to watch in 2020. His massive "E.W.B.A." transcends the friendly populism of an ancient Love Parade anthem while capturing the sincere spirit of today's electro revival. Rex The Dog's "Vortex" and Tom Demac's "Serenade" perfectly showcase why Kompakt is still one of the most played and charted labels in electronic music today. In a scene that is more fragmented than ever these two producers delivered true consensus hits that are cherished on all sizes and shapes of floors beyond genre boundaries. The second half completely belongs to a whole new breed from the label's beloved Speicher series such as ANNA, Yotam Avni, Extrawelt, Raxon, Blackrachas, John Monkman, and La Fleur alongside the label's full-time members Patrice Bäumel, Kölsch, and Gui Boratto. Double-CD version also includes Weval, Julian Stetter, Reinhard Voigt, Anii, Clarian, Fahrland, James Monro, and an unreleased Jörg Burger.
You may ask: "In the day and age of streaming playlists and the omnipresence of freely available mixes, what's the use of a label compilation?" The answer is simple: labels still serve as a dearly needed filter mechanism in this tsunami of music we're facing every day. Labels strive to establish trust between artists and listeners. They're like your favorite restaurant around the corner. On the spur of the moment, you might find more excitement in that hip place that just opened somewhere else. But when the novelty fades, you'll always return to your sanctuary. The safe place where they know your name and the last drink is on the house. Kompakt has become such a place for generations of fans and artists alike. And the Total compilation series serves as it's menu: always changing but instantly recognizable. As per usual, Total is a collection of the past year's biggest tunes, the creme de la creme of Kompakt's steady output of 12-inches. With Jürgen Paape, the notorious Voigt brothers, Thomas/Mayer, and Jörg Burger - all founding fathers are on board. Legacy artists Sascha Funke and Justus Köhncke make their long-awaited comebacks, the latter with a kinky Patrick Cowley homage called "Mindless Sex Track". Cologne young blood Julian Stetter nails the starry-eyed, romantic Kompakt signature sound with his remix for an up-and-coming local pop outfit called Albert Luxus. Fellow Colonian Jonathan Kaspar makes his label debut with his slinky track "Renard". DJ Balduin definitely is one to watch in 2020. His massive "E.W.B.A." transcends the friendly populism of an ancient Love Parade anthem while capturing the sincere spirit of today's electro revival. Rex The Dog's "Vortex" and Tom Demac's "Serenade" perfectly showcase why Kompakt is still one of the most played and charted labels in electronic music today. In a scene that is more fragmented than ever these two producers delivered true consensus hits that are cherished on all sizes and shapes of floors beyond genre boundaries. The second half completely belongs to a whole new breed from the label's beloved Speicher series such as ANNA, Yotam Avni, Extrawelt, Raxon, Blackrachas, John Monkman, and La Fleur alongside the label's full-time members Patrice Bäumel, Kölsch, and Gui Boratto. Double-CD version also includes Weval, Julian Stetter, Reinhard Voigt, Anii, Clarian, Fahrland, James Monro, and an unreleased Jörg Burger.
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Format: CD
Label: KMPK
Rel. Date: 09/27/2019
UPC: 4250101407482

Kompakt Total 19 (Various Artists)
Artist: Kompakt Total 19 / Various 2pk
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Weval - Are You Even Real
2. Jörg Burger - Eloise
3. Sascha Funke - Aus Der Lameng
4. Thomas/Mayer - Total Anders
5. Albert Luxus - In Den Arm Bitte! (Julian Stetter Mix)
6. Tom Demac - Serenade
7. Ju;#776;rgen Paape - Abstrusia
8. Reinhard Voigt - Der Mann, der nie nach Deutz kam
9. Rex The Dog - Vortex (Radio Edit) 1
10. Justus Köhncke - Mindless Sex Track 1
11. Voigt ; Voigt - Der Schwarm 1
12. Anii - Ride The Tiger 1
13. Clarian - Early Life 1
14. Extrawelt - Pink Panzer 1
15. DJ Balduin - E.W.B.A. 1
16. ANNA - Remembrance (Main Mix) 1
17. Fahrland - Yesterday (Night Version) 1
18. Patrice Bäumel - Grace 1
19. La Fleur - Tears 2
20. John Monkman + James Monro - Pesto Punk 2
21. Blackrachas - Rotary 2
22. Raxon - Dark Light 2
23. Yotam Avni - Track for Agoria 2
24. Jonathan Kaspar - Renard 2
25. Gui Boratto - 618 (Kölsch Mix)

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You may ask: "In the day and age of streaming playlists and the omnipresence of freely available mixes, what's the use of a label compilation?" The answer is simple: labels still serve as a dearly needed filter mechanism in this tsunami of music we're facing every day. Labels strive to establish trust between artists and listeners. They're like your favorite restaurant around the corner. On the spur of the moment, you might find more excitement in that hip place that just opened somewhere else. But when the novelty fades, you'll always return to your sanctuary. The safe place where they know your name and the last drink is on the house. Kompakt has become such a place for generations of fans and artists alike. And the Total compilation series serves as it's menu: always changing but instantly recognizable. As per usual, Total is a collection of the past year's biggest tunes, the creme de la creme of Kompakt's steady output of 12-inches. With Jürgen Paape, the notorious Voigt brothers, Thomas/Mayer, and Jörg Burger - all founding fathers are on board. Legacy artists Sascha Funke and Justus Köhncke make their long-awaited comebacks, the latter with a kinky Patrick Cowley homage called "Mindless Sex Track". Cologne young blood Julian Stetter nails the starry-eyed, romantic Kompakt signature sound with his remix for an up-and-coming local pop outfit called Albert Luxus. Fellow Colonian Jonathan Kaspar makes his label debut with his slinky track "Renard". DJ Balduin definitely is one to watch in 2020. His massive "E.W.B.A." transcends the friendly populism of an ancient Love Parade anthem while capturing the sincere spirit of today's electro revival. Rex The Dog's "Vortex" and Tom Demac's "Serenade" perfectly showcase why Kompakt is still one of the most played and charted labels in electronic music today. In a scene that is more fragmented than ever these two producers delivered true consensus hits that are cherished on all sizes and shapes of floors beyond genre boundaries. The second half completely belongs to a whole new breed from the label's beloved Speicher series such as ANNA, Yotam Avni, Extrawelt, Raxon, Blackrachas, John Monkman, and La Fleur alongside the label's full-time members Patrice Bäumel, Kölsch, and Gui Boratto. Double-CD version also includes Weval, Julian Stetter, Reinhard Voigt, Anii, Clarian, Fahrland, James Monro, and an unreleased Jörg Burger.