Libération animale - V​.​A. (Inpsyde Media)

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Libération Animale is a story about animals, earth and unnecessary suffering. It is an attempt to shed light upon the everyday suffering of billions of living beings, a suffering on which we rarely reflect. Leo Tolstoy once wrote that a man can live and be healthy without killing animals for food; therefore, if he eats meat, he participates in taking animal life merely for the sake of his appetite. Hence, the message of Libération Animale is that we are all equal, no one more worthy than the other. The story starts out with Kluster and Bloomen whose tunes are somewhat slower and minimalistic with squeaky, trippy sounds. The introduction is followed by The Grobians’ hypnotic beats and goa tranceish melodies and grand bombastic Scandotrance à Ka-Sol. After that, it is time for Procsish basslines, prolonging the previous dancefloor hypnotism. Taigan Sun’s contribution is what you can expect from an up-and-coming producer from Sweden, modulating between being funky and driving, soaked in prominent mind-bending elements. Known for their fine forest trance, Attoya, Traskel, and Zoon increase the intensity of the story, hovering between different types of abstraction, speed, and moods The story ends on a positive note yet still intense with Money Cannot Be Eaten’s Schlabbaduerstic hangover tune. The music is at the centre of attention and we do not demand that everyone be vegans, even though we wish that would be the case. What we do wish, however, is that everyone out there will reflect on his or her way of life and how it affects all living beings with whom we share this planet. Unnecessary suffering can be avoided and it is not too late for change and compassion!

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released July 7, 2009

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