A fresh progressive sound from Australia- Open Records

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      From the rainforests and wilderness of Far North Queensland Australia, comes a new label focusing on the deeper side of progressive music – Open Records.

      Inspired by the many parties and festivals in North Queensland and around Australia, the Open Records sound is deep, atmospheric, tribal progressive with a definite bass-heavy groove.

      Hypnotic rhythms, spacious atmospheres and tribal percussions combine with elements of both digital and organic; classic and futuristic to forge a cutting edge, fresh sound in progressive music.

      It is a sound that defies genre definition- fusing together elements of progressive trance, house and techno but at the same time, keepings its roots firmly planted in the outdoor trance party scene of Australia.

      Featuring a mixture of both established and fresh artists/DJs from both Australia and Internationally, Open Records is supported by a strong network of like-minded people across the globe.

      Collaborating artists include D-Sens (France), Antix (New Zealand), Sun Control Species (Australia), Brisker&Margitman (Israel), FOG (Greece), Embark (NZ/Aus) and Eegor (Australia). Additionally, Open Records will be represented by DJs Suspekt and Woodsman in Cairns (A&R/Label Management), Eegor in Sydney and Motive in Melbourne.

      Mastering is completed at Slow Burning Studios, New Zealand by Barton Stromm, Artwork and Graphics by Jason from Modulated Monkey and distribution is supplied by TwoHands. (http://www.twohandsdistribution.com/)

      Open Records- a fresh sound in intelligent, cutting-edge daytime progressive.

      please contact [email protected]



      #199351 Reply

      FOG (Greece), definitely fits the definition of progressive psytrance. ;D

      I've played his stuff & it sounds more like progressive house unless that's just me 8)

      #199350 Reply

        genre is not so relevant with Open Records… we seek a progressive sound in the sense of the word its “fresh” and “new” – to bring a cross-over sound is the way of the future, no one wants these strict guidelines of “genre” or “style” anymore…

        welcome to the future 😉

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