The first part of this "Enclosed Sessions" podcast was broadcast by Ad Noiseam and can still be listened to / downloaded here (or there). The second instalment was spread to the world today through the good people as Hard Bass Dealers, and can be listened to here or below. Rather than focusing on purely DJ Hidden material, as the first one did, this one includes almost only material from like-minded artists.
Press play, enjoy, stay tuned for the next episodes, listen again to the first one and, of course, don't pass on the opportunity to pre-order your copy of "Enclosed". As usual, pre-orders are getting a rebate.
Tracklisting: 01. DJ Hidden - Einstein (Outro) 02. Gerra Stone - Rundown 03. Rregula - Barnes 04. Hostage - Wires 05. Landscapers - Creature 06. Katharsys - Iron Sky 07. Black Sun Empire & Eye-D - Milkshake VIP 08. Proton Kid - Scary (C.A.2K Remix) 09. Gancher & Ruin & The Panacea - Stardust 10. Zardonic, Counterstrike, Gein & Robyn Chaos - Revolution (Eye-D Remix) 11. NU4M & Mistique - Panic Attack (Nouwa Remix) 12. DJ Hidden - Clockwise I 13. Billain - Supertensor 14. The Sect - Magma 15. C.A.2K - Metal Gear 16. Current Value - Equivalence 17. Fortitude - Spectral Army 18. Rregula - Lode Runner 19. DJ Hidden - Traces II 20. Noisia & Evol Intent - The Liquid 21. SkittB - Anger Management VIP 22. Hallucinator - I Am The Devil 23. Fragz & Deathmachine - Necessary Evil
DJ Hidden's third full length album is such a rich and encompassing experience that a few words can't do justice to its diversity and sharpness. A seamless combination of all of Noel Wessels's projects and tastes, it takes its listeners from the calmest, most evocative ambiences to the fastest, most pounding dancefloor highs. Nobody writes a track like DJ Hidden does, and we highly doubt that anybody is going to catch up with a musician whose blasts outside his expected boundaries with such commanding force, as “Enclosed” is a lot more than a regular album.
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