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Various Artists
And Felt Like

And Felt Like




1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Jun 21, 2021

Compilation of all new productions from a wealth of international talent, put together by Knekelhuis.

Compilation of all new productions from a wealth of international talent, put together by Knekelhuis.

Label Text "This is a story of friendship, about how it grows stronger through the years. But it’s just as much about fledgling togetherness and shared art in times of crisis. The result is an introspective document of contemporary music, in spirit of Eno and Hassell. A space where we embrace our differences and speak the language of collectivity together, where we reflect, adapt and value each artist's contribution equally. To witness a multitude of cultural backgrounds that speak one like-minded language. Soothing and illuminating. And felt like...

Mastered by Amir Shoat and artwork by Keziah Phillips and Steele Bonus."

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XIII - L’Abete Al Contrario


Ike Zwanikken – Bianca


Treasury of Puppies - Himlen Den Vackraste


Avsluta - Mono No Aware


Troth - Calm Of The Shadow


Philipp Otterbach - When the fish travels..


Michel Banabila - E.T


Ayaz – Yuma


Bashar Suleiman - T7KINI feat. Olan Monk & Lil Asaf

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