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F-14 is the subjective space child of Joseph Borg (Hibernate, Les Grooves, Angry Muffin, Borganism), and is a creatively free project unconstrained by the genre protocols of electronic music. After ‘Leaving Earth‘ one may experience otherworldly sensations as well as profound, psychological introspection. An exploration of worlds both far away and deep within, the work attempts to erase illusions of space, time, and otherness. An awakening experience for most, the


[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] HIBERNATE, KNOWN FOR PRODUCING A WIDE ARRAY OF DIFFERENT GENRES, CREATES A MOODY EXPOSE ON THE PITFALLS OF INTERNET DATING…WITH A SPOOKY MUSIC VIDEO TO BOOT. Everyone needs love, and elite producers of electronic music are certainly no exception. Since today’s social scene becomes more isolated and threatening by the minute, the internet seems to be the most practical method for scraping up some affection. But fiber-optic lovin’ is not

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[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] PAUL OAKENFOLD: “An original outspoken record that brings a beautiful and warm feeling to me every time I listen to it and play it” Hibernate’s collaboration with rising opera star Victoria Gydov was released this week on Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto Records. It’s finally here. Six months after Hammarica facilitated the signing of ‘Lux Tua’ to Perfecto, the ‘operagressive’ gem has finally landed on shelves. The release ships complete

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[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Hibernate releases In Silence on Alpha Milk; signs deal with Oakenfold’s Perfecto label February 24, 2015 – House music producer Hibernate has released his second single of 2015, and reminds us why this reclusive artist is one of the most respected and under-rated producers in the world. The track is currently available online everywhere. In Silence is Hibernate in his element, providing his own vocals to a sublimely

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[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Includes ‘Hot Revolver’, a smokin’ hot, spaghetti-western-esque progressive masterpiece, and ‘Somebody Somewhere is Cool’ a song named after the mysterious drunk girl who’s clumsy antics fried Hibernate’s studio computer. While the first volume of The Lost Tunes was embedded inside a tekkier, more electro-inspired form of expression, the final four tracks of the duology shine with the melodic brilliance and musical creativity Hibernate has become known for. Djs