The Sound Of Limo
Newcomer Donnie Cosmo of Medellin, Colombia takes the helm for TSOL 005 with four spaced out nuggets. Donnie is a special story as he first appeared on the Limousine Dream sublabel Nug-Net after being selected as one of the winners from the Nug-Net course producer competition. Now he becomes the first to make the jump up to TSOL with a full EP.
This is the signal, pushing vibes out to Andromeda. Nostalgia that touches the future. Obscure but surprisingly universal. It serenades, excites, builds up, bleeps, and destroys, raving vicariously for those born later, rocking down the house, waving back, acid house texture, breakbeats, indulgent music, dancing together like it’s the last day, bright and burning fast, too much flavour for the future. The Sound of Limo presents James Andrew’s “A Slice Of Nice”.
Gene On Earth returns with a new music outlet, but this time he’s not alone. After three years spent establishing the sound of his label Limousine Dream through a succession of five EPs and one full length album, Gene has taken the next logical step and opened the doors to a plethora of artists, both new and established. TSOL – The Sound Of Limo – initiates a new series under the Limousine Dream umbrella. This first release is a triple vinyl compilation with 14 previously unreleased tracks. It features Sweely, Roza Terenzi, Dyed Soundorom, Liquid Earth, Sugar Free, and more. TSOL will continue to develop as the year progresses with a string of solo releases from artists on the compilation.