By any measure Myon's been sizing up a compilation project for some time now. For the US-based DJ/producer however it was never about doing a mixcomp, it was about it's about doing the mixcomp. Raised, throughout his formative years on them in his native Hungary, it was the go-to medium to get music. Mixcomps though, Myon feels, have lost some lustre and through 'Tales From Another World', that's something he's about to re-establish. "I have always had a big dream to launch a mix compilation series that would make the same impact as the ones I listened to in my youth, Myon elaborates. From cassette mixes in the 90's, to buying dance compilations in the 2000's, there is no doubt this heavily influenced me growing up. I wanted to revive something that I felt was largely gone from dance music - to bring the 'special' back. That's taken a lot of time to develop, but - happy to say - here we are!" 'Tales From Another World' is his first in a series that will go to new, and indeed he believes the furthest lengths to concentrate the essence of it's settled-upon city, country or continent. Myon's.01 debut rests inside that latter parameter. "To a greater degree, he says, I chose South America as the theme for the first instalment, because two of my all time favourite compilations share that theme. My goal was to find and create music that has the early progressive house sound, albeit with a Latin twist. The first rule in developing it was: no fillers/no cop-outs! From first to last, only music that truly belonged on a compilation would make the cut. This meant enlisting artists at Ride (Myon's label) and from continent itself to help get a sound and feel that's explicitly, authentically South America."
By any measure Myon's been sizing up a compilation project for some time now. For the US-based DJ/producer however it was never about doing a mixcomp, it was about it's about doing the mixcomp. Raised, throughout his formative years on them in his native Hungary, it was the go-to medium to get music. Mixcomps though, Myon feels, have lost some lustre and through 'Tales From Another World', that's something he's about to re-establish. "I have always had a big dream to launch a mix compilation series that would make the same impact as the ones I listened to in my youth, Myon elaborates. From cassette mixes in the 90's, to buying dance compilations in the 2000's, there is no doubt this heavily influenced me growing up. I wanted to revive something that I felt was largely gone from dance music - to bring the 'special' back. That's taken a lot of time to develop, but - happy to say - here we are!" 'Tales From Another World' is his first in a series that will go to new, and indeed he believes the furthest lengths to concentrate the essence of it's settled-upon city, country or continent. Myon's.01 debut rests inside that latter parameter. "To a greater degree, he says, I chose South America as the theme for the first instalment, because two of my all time favourite compilations share that theme. My goal was to find and create music that has the early progressive house sound, albeit with a Latin twist. The first rule in developing it was: no fillers/no cop-outs! From first to last, only music that truly belonged on a compilation would make the cut. This meant enlisting artists at Ride (Myon's label) and from continent itself to help get a sound and feel that's explicitly, authentically South America."
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Format: CD
Label: BLCH
Rel. Date: 04/05/2019
UPC: 808798117524

Tales From Another World: Volume 1 South America
Artist: Myon
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Praia Solitária (Intro Version)
2. Low (Myon's Tales from Another World Mix)
3. Lost in You
4. Not Alone
5. DC-10
6. Helios
7. Fade Away (Myon Edit)
8. Coral
9. Ushuaia 1
10. Panama 1
11. Empty Streets (Alpha 9 Remix) 1
12. Stay with Me (Farius Reminiscent Mix) 1
13. Runaway (Myon Edit) 1
14. Breeze 1
15. Let It Rain 1
16. Say Yes (Outro Mix) 1
17. A Deeper Truth (Myon's Deeper View) 1
18. Cala Luna 1
19. Falling (Pavel Khvaleev Remix) 2
20. When You're Here 2
21. Blue 2
22. Ngithanda (Ryan Murgatroyd's Midnight Edit) 2
23. Hearts ; Silence (Dave Neven Remix) 2
24. Salvador Nights 2
25. Dark Places (Club Edit) 2
26. Space Lover (Myon ; Mitiska Tales from Another World Mix) 2
27. Just a Dream (Dezza Remix) 2
28. Storyreel (Noel Sanger Remix) 2
29. Empty Streets (Lumi"Sade Balearic Mix) 3
30. Nightwalk 3
31. Fervour 3
32. Cala Saladeta 3
33. You (Myon ; Elevven Remix) 3
34. California (Sean Darin 6Am Version)

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By any measure Myon's been sizing up a compilation project for some time now. For the US-based DJ/producer however it was never about doing a mixcomp, it was about it's about doing the mixcomp. Raised, throughout his formative years on them in his native Hungary, it was the go-to medium to get music. Mixcomps though, Myon feels, have lost some lustre and through 'Tales From Another World', that's something he's about to re-establish. "I have always had a big dream to launch a mix compilation series that would make the same impact as the ones I listened to in my youth, Myon elaborates. From cassette mixes in the 90's, to buying dance compilations in the 2000's, there is no doubt this heavily influenced me growing up. I wanted to revive something that I felt was largely gone from dance music - to bring the 'special' back. That's taken a lot of time to develop, but - happy to say - here we are!" 'Tales From Another World' is his first in a series that will go to new, and indeed he believes the furthest lengths to concentrate the essence of it's settled-upon city, country or continent. Myon's.01 debut rests inside that latter parameter. "To a greater degree, he says, I chose South America as the theme for the first instalment, because two of my all time favourite compilations share that theme. My goal was to find and create music that has the early progressive house sound, albeit with a Latin twist. The first rule in developing it was: no fillers/no cop-outs! From first to last, only music that truly belonged on a compilation would make the cut. This meant enlisting artists at Ride (Myon's label) and from continent itself to help get a sound and feel that's explicitly, authentically South America."