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Numéro 01

Jenia TarsolJingaDamon JeeSpeaking MindsAmarcordJoris BiesmansEde

A fresh year, a fresh journey: Correspondant present ‘Numéro’.
A freeform V/A series where only the rules of groovecraft and immersivity apply, the concept is to include as many bright sonic sparks as possible into each edition. They could be rising stars, they could be veteran pioneers, they could be any level in between; either way, every artist who contributes to the ‘Numéro’ series is a kindred Correspondant spirit. They understand where the label is heading… And where your dancefloor needs to be.
‘Numero 01’ sets the scene as high levels of interstellar drama persist in all directions from a whole troupe of new friends; Damon Jee’s evocative cinematic ‘Ride Alone’ instantly sucks us into the narrative and it’s followed by a whole chain of singular chapters; EDE’s spellbinding choral fusion ‘Ensemble’, Jenia Tarsol & Jinga’s endlessly rising sci-fi funk odyssey ‘Hold Your Pony’, Joris Biesmans’ cathedral like progression session ‘Helene’ and the genuinely grand finale ‘Jupiter Express’. Courtesy of Speaking Minds & Amarcord, it’s stately, cosmic and aided with a touch of Italo magic. It’s hard to imagine a more fitting conclusion to the EP… Or a more alluring way to leave us hanging for ‘Numéro 02’. Long may this fresh journey continue…