Ku De Ta Volume 6 Bali Indonesia: Selected by Jim Breese & BTK
  • Genre:Chillout
  • Released:18/07/2014
  • Label:Boudoir Musique
  • Price:$42.95
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Ku De Ta Volume 6 Bali Indonesia: Selected by Jim Breese & BTK

Various Artists


ALL THE COLOURS open proceedings with their massively upbeat ‘SHAME', an explosive piece of

pop-dance that's so instantly catchy you'll feel as if you've heard it countless times before...

ELEKTROMEKANIK then calm the senses on ‘DON'T STOP', a modern Easy Listening instrumental that

drifts subtly along... It's an ‘afternoon cocktail' mood that's again deliciously maintained by ‘SOUL TIES',

a delicate, understated piece from MAX LYAZGIN & HOT SAND where a female vocal breakdown repeats

the words ‘individual', ‘emotional', spiritual' and ‘sexual', at just the right moments... There's modernist

Balearic Chill too, in the form of CLASSIXX and ‘The Revenge Summer Dub Remix' of ‘SANTA

DOMINGO', a swirly, semi-instrumental piece that's so soft and pretty and fluffy and cuddly that you'll

never want it to end... How fortuitous then that a similarly looping and hypnotic mood follows on ‘RIGHT

ABOUT IT', a majestic example of Nu Disco from PoE... LANE 8 extend this further too, with the

matured and exceedingly well-produced ‘WE DON'T KNOW'... It's an entranced state that's ultimately,

but kindly, corrupted by THE GROOVERS and ‘MAKE ME FEEL', which culls lyrics from 60s classic ‘You

Make Me So Very Happy' to haunting orchestral strings, grooving guitars and a syrupy-rich and soulful

vocal delivery... The energy rush of ‘ALWAYS', from Aussie band PANAMA and the Future Classics label,

switches the mood again, aided by a Classixx club remix that takes it from indie pop, to dance floor

anthem... Meanwhile FRAMEWERKS' richly atmospheric ‘ELECTRIC RELIGION' perfectly encapsulates

our sunset musical moment - delicately constructed, chilled and deep, with a contemplative,

heart-tugging message about ‘looking for a place, and finding it' within... A perfect example of

super-credible, hip-swinging disco-cool is then heard on ‘HANG ON' from ROTER & LEWIS... A huge

favourite with our own BTK, ELEKFANTZ ‘DIGGIN' ON YOU' is a superbly polished piece of Nu-Disco

based Pop-Soul from leading Techno producer Gui Boratto... MONTE then unleash some massive 80s

influences, via their use of chords and instrumental hooks, yet still deliver a thoroughly modern piece

of optimistic Deep House on ‘YOU SHOULD KNOW'... Legendary dance producer MIGUEL MIGS

delivers his classic a-smidge-Tribal, a-touch-twitchy, and a whole lot warm and groovy feel on the

magnificent ‘DOWN TO IT'... Then finally, as always, we conclude with the perfect end-of-nighter, as

SONS OF MARIA bring these magnificent musical matters to a close with ‘FOYER', a misty-eyed mood

piece that makes no grand lyrical statement, yet nevertheless creates a deeply touching and emotional

atmosphere... Goodbye it may be, though only until the next volume!

 Ku De Ta 6 Selected by Jim Breese & BTK coming soon...
Available exclusively at Ku De Ta Boutique and Mighty Music Machine


Track Listing

  • ALL THE COLOURS - SHAME (THATÂS NICE REMIX)3.44 
  • ELEKTROMEKANIK - DONÂT STOP5.02 
  • MAX LYAZGIN & HOT SAND - SOUL TIES5.02 
  • CLASSIXX - SANTA DOMINO (THE REVENGE SUMMER DUB REMIX)5.36 
  • POE - RIGHT ABOUT IT4.29 
  • LANE 8 - WE WON'T KNOW5.18 
  • THE GROOVERS - MAKE ME FEEL4.36 
  • PANAMA - ALWAYS (CLASSIXX REMIX)5.16 
  • FRAMEWERK - ELECTRIC RELIGION6.56 
  • ROTER AND LEWIS - HANG ON5.25 
  • ELEKFANTZ - DIGGINÂ ON YOU4.27 
  • MONTE - YOU SHOULD KNOW5.38 
  • MIGUEL MIGS - DOWN TO IT4.57 
  • SONS OF MARIA - FOYER6.30 

Total running time: 72:56

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