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Various Artists // Setting Thoughts On Fire Tape

Various Artists // Setting Thoughts On Fire Tape

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A compilation cassette released in August 2022 by Vaagner, an ambient label in Berlin, Germany, with a limited edition of 8.

Ukraine support album by 6 Russian writers.It is out of print.

Proceeds will be donated to 'Kyiv Angles' and 'Helping to Leave'.

Vaagner and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Vaagner releases available at Tobira. 

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Vaagner:

"The release of the compilation »Setting Thoughts On Fire« on the Berlin label Vaagner, the proceeds of which go to 'Kyiv Angles' and 'Helping to Leave', does not seem unusual at first. could face serious repercussions in their home country of Russia for any kind of expression of solidarity. Perhaps it's no wonder that even an artist like Perila, who otherwise works intensively with her own voice, does without vocals on her track, just as her colleagues— including Pavel Milyakov, known as Buttechno, and XYR, for example—largely do without the direct and obvious, ie without statements. Instead, they express a basic mood with electronic soundscapes and only rarely very discreetly used rhythms. stringently curated compilation, the atmosphere gradually changes and ends on a lighter note. Is all of this to be understood as a kind of wordless protest? Perhaps. in which it would not even be necessary."


artist: Various Artists

label: Vaagner

A compilation cassette released in August 2022 by Vaagner, an ambient label in Berlin, Germany, with a limited edition of 8.

Ukraine support album by 6 Russian writers.It is out of print.

Proceeds will be donated to 'Kyiv Angles' and 'Helping to Leave'.

Vaagner and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Vaagner releases available at Tobira. 

--------------------- Vaagner:

"The release of the compilation »Setting Thoughts On Fire« on the Berlin label Vaagner, the proceeds of which go to 'Kyiv Angles' and 'Helping to Leave', does not seem unusual at first. could face serious repercussions in their home country of Russia for any kind of expression of solidarity. Perhaps it's no wonder that even an artist like Perila, who otherwise works intensively with her own voice, does without vocals on her track, just as her colleagues— including Pavel Milyakov, known as Buttechno, and XYR, for example—largely do without the direct and obvious, ie without statements. Instead, they express a basic mood with electronic soundscapes and only rarely very discreetly used rhythms. stringently curated compilation, the atmosphere gradually changes and ends on a lighter note. Is all of this to be understood as a kind of wordless protest? Perhaps. in which it would not even be necessary."


artist: Various Artists

label: Vaagner