Thyladomid - Interstellar Destiny (2xLP) on Diynamic Music

Thyladomid - Interstellar Destiny (2xLP)

Diynamic Music [DE] | DIYNAMICLP 12 - Apr. 20, 2015

Vinyl || Minimal House / Tech House / Techno

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Tracklist LP: A1. Intergalactic Spring A2. Supernatural A3. Brotherhood A4. Inner Space B1. Capitalism B2. Dragonfly B3. Something On Earth B4. Daddy Rainbow C1. Polarlight C2. Mavericks C3. Ladybird C4. Ephidrin D1. Love In The Wrong Dose D2. Van Hallen D3. Trumpets & Flowers Info: Diynamic is proud to announce the debut album of Thyladomid called ‘Interstellar Destiny’, to be released worldwide on March 30th. Thyladomid is a DJ and producer based in Germany with English roots. He has stepped up into the international limelight back in 2010, when his single “The Voice” held the pole position on Beatport’s Deep House charts for six consecutive weeks and eventually got him a “Beatport Music Award” in the category “Top Deep House Track of the Year” (based on Beatport sales). Since then Thyladomid has been an inherent part of Diynamic, with New Release Information regular appearances on international label showcases, its own festivals as well as with multiple successful releases on the label and its sub-imprint 2DIY4, including highly-acclaimed collaborations with Adriatique. On Thyladomid’s next adventure, which is his debut album ‘Interstellar Destiny’, he takes a different approach with his music: It does not feature the usual club sound you would expect from him. Instead, it mirrors his thoughtful and fragile nature in his songs, making this album as personal as one can be. “Many things inspired me,” says the man himself on the album, “but first and foremost it was movie scores. So when I was working on a track, I was actually imagining a movie scene that I would be doing the score for. The title ‘Interstellar Destiny’ means something in the way of ‘universal meaning’ or ‘human purpose’. Every track describes a process or a situation of our lives here on planet earth, a beautiful or not so beautiful facet of our existence. The album is very melancholic and describes my musical nature in regard to my perception of my surroundings. I hope I can illustrate that