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Various. The Other Side.

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Every year, since 2002, Geska Records releases a thematic compilation to explore new horizons found between Arts and Science, and some of those fragile links between Human versus Nature. This year, we started playing with the idea of having 12 electronic musicians from Canada translating their visions of this country while using the 4 seasons as a background. The response was so great that in 2 weeks we had our complete line-up ready to examine the influences of the landscape on them and the multiple cultures in which they live. Inspired by the environmental photography’s of Kendall Anderson, we have gathered 12 artists from Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Quebec city: Iszoloscope, Urusai, Squale, Displacer, S:Cage, L'Ombre, Prospero, LCEDP, Scott Fro, Liar's Rosebush, PerfectionPlastic, Famine.

Each song on this unique compilation addresses the power of certain landscape features to evoke memories, emotions, and anthropomorphic physicality. Some of the works suggest the potential for experience, while others even encourage physical interaction.

The Other Side questions the nature of experience and examines our perception of our Canadian heritage.
Inspired by our music, we bring forward the special equilibrium we have created with our environment.

Track Listing

Tracklisting :
(01) Displacer / autumn chill
(02) Liar's Rosebush / is it winter where you are?
(03) S:Cage / gone
(04) L'Ombre / Twenty-one.five
(05) PerfectionPlastic / No Input
(06) LCEDP / Canada Maltage co
(07) Prospero / Protection and Precaution
(08) Iszoloscope / Seasonal Identity Crisis Disco
(09) Scottfro / Darkness Where There Should Be Light
(10) Squale / L'effondrement / produced by Squale (aka Sagana B)
(11) Urusai / val d'or (janvier)
(12) Famine / konstantine raudive
> Suspension Track - for her light - by LommeLoir (featuring STENDECK)