The next voluminous connecting link starts with tracks by Black Lung, Lowfish, HPC, Access to Araska - "The Hostmen of Tyne", "Wreckage", "Phoenix", "xt10.20zp9" and it accordingly finishes with "Awake" by Architect. I can't say that I've heard something new for me, I just felt emotional attarction of metallized music roots. The next magnificent fragment of the compilation "Vector Step" by project Dryft is a very sensitive and bright sketch from a dream. The first side of Miwak Twelve is finished by Hecq with track "Sleep Through the Day". It's kind evening music which ideally fits for the first part's ending.
The second part starts with extremely beautiful composition by Combustion - "Building the House of Vanity", the amazing voice belongs to Caro Roth, this project is not familiar to me and I don't know this vocalist, but what these guys made is the true authentic pearl.
Ginormous, Snog and Crunch presented here the earnest compositions strengthening their positions of serious musicians on electronic scene. Composition "Sacrifice" by Keef Baker is one more bright godsend in the compilation. Maybe this is one of the best tracks of the double release, maybe this is one of the best musician's compositions. It starts with running piano keyboards parties and right in a moment it drives crazy everybody who hears it. It seems that the whole world around stops and one can hear distinctly all that lives inside us. Emotions and feelings really overflow you, and music turns into the swift sound fall.
Some more important moments. The compilation consists of a wide spectrum of styles, there are at least 10 of them here or maybe more - idm, electro, dnb, ambient, dubstep, easy, breakcore, hip-hop and others. Because of this very diversity all sounds very slightly and freely. Concerning discoveries, new names and godsends - there are enough of them all in this compilation. And music of the young musicians is far from being worse, in some places it's even more interesting than headliners' music. There is no sense to enumerate all inetersting projects - better to listen on your own and choose those who caught you and made you interested. Miwak Twelve is a serious, worthy present of the label to its fans, in musical collection this release of no doubt won't be unneccessary.
- Hymen Records