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Johannes Volk – The Lost Capsule

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Artist

Johannes Volk

Format

Digital Download

1. Pass The Gate  (5’16”)

2. Telepathic Conversation (3’09”)

3. Perception (4’45”)

4. Sensory Overload (2’43”)

5. Multidimensional Escape (2’41”)

6. Cosmic Acrobatics (5’18”)

7. Synthetic Spores  (4’36”)

8. Leaving The Planet (3’27”)

9. Drift Into Infinity (3’14”)

10. Activation Of The Time Gate (4’45”)

11. Coming Back Home After 7000 Years (3’10”)

The Lost Capsule:

In a distant future a spaceship crew passing the gate to an unknown civilization. The first contact takes place via telepathy, but fails due to a mental breakdown of the spaceship crew. The telepathic conversation left irreparable damage to the swarm intelligence of the unknown civilization as well and it is classified as a hostile attack. Thereupon they flee and fight their way through the unknown surroundings of the alien planet. With their remote control they are able to get their spaceship back and leave the planet. A technical defect on the spaceship causes them to drift away into infinity, but after a few weeks they reach a time journey sector and manage to activate a time portal back home. After 7000 years they return home and they have to find out that their home planet no longer exists. The only thing they can find is a lost capsule…

 

Johannes Volk:

Johannes Volk, the conceptual techno music producer, is known for his releases on Axis, Cocoon, Token, or his own label Exploration. At heart he is a vinyl collector and his DJ sets combine an open minded, raw and hypnotic techno sound. At the age of 14, when Johannes came into contact with Detroit Techno, he began to explore records and started DJing. Johannes has been socialized with techno in nightclubs between Kassel and Frankfurt, at Downtown Records in Gießen and a radio show called hr3 Clubnight. Johannes eventually began producing his own music and his first record was released on Jeff Mills’s Axis Records in 2006. In 2011 he decided to start his own label ‘Exploration’. During the last years Johannes gained a lot of experience as a DJ and played gigs in many places in Europe, such as Berghain, Corsica Studios, Concrete, Tresor, Rex Club and many more.

Credit: produced, mixed and edited by Johannes Volk. All rights are reserved.

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