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Crazy Language

Crazy Language apperas on Day program

Music is a language used all around the world. Transcending cultural and lingual barriers, this universal code is finding its way even into the most remote corners of the planet. Via the internet, music is connecting people who otherwise would never have got to know each other: Bridging the social contexts consisting of different cultural backgrounds and languages, music makes us feel united, which is somewhat crazy ? music is a crazy language.

Coordinated from Berlin, the netlabel Crazy Language was originally founded to create a platform for Silvio’s and Steffen’s music, two befriended DJs and producers who are passionate about music. Their idea to find an outlet for their own sound and thus reach a wider audience with their music, which otherwise would only exist on their harddrives, mutated into something bigger. The essence of these thoughts were the backbone of the label which was born in February 2006 with the simultanously published first album ?Social Engines?, produced by Steffen’s alter ego Huron.

Slowly, the label was starting to take shape; new international artists who were to make up the remakable label roster were signed by Crazy Language to expose their quality sounds. From the very beginning, Crazy Language has been serving as a music filter as well as a platform for artistic self-realisation. Reviewing and selecting the excessive flood of releases put out as a consequence of the netlabel revolution, Crazy Language was a safe harbour for those new high profile artists whose styles did not necessarily reflect mainstream currents. Together the netlabel and the artists are working on creating profiles without restricting themselves to the limitations of the commercialised music industry.

If it is possible at all to categorize music, Crazy Language offers all experimental electronic music genres an outlet, for example IDM, Electronica, Glitch, Abstract, Ambient, Downbeat and Breaks, whilst always focussing on new music currents. This is reflected in the passions and capriccios of the netlabel owner as well as in the diversity of the music scene. A steady proof for this are the annual released ?Crazy Compilations? which uniting new and established artists with their unrestricted output.

With lots of love for detail, Crazy Language is articulating itself in a dialect spoken all around the world by artists and music lovers alike: the Crazy Language of course.

Crazy Artists:

[Esc.]Laboratory, Atmogat, Burdeos, ENV(itre), Fmcontrol, Huron, Iqbit, JFrank, Logical Disorder, Lucidstatic, Nick R 61, Orbique, PJE, Pleq, Ralp, Randomform, Rec_Overflow, Sintetic Collage, Somaticae, Spenza, Sukdabeat, XZICD aka Francisco Godikinho, Zeno

Crazy Guests:

Absent, Ambitextrous, Atonalis, Axiom, AZ-Rotator, Bromtons Cocktail, Dino Felipe, DNN, Ebola, Integral, Kero, Landau, Madstyle, migloJE, Nikka, Phylum Sinter, Quadromoray, Rumorse, Shinra, Sincere Trade, SKNDR, Syl Kougaï, The Last Gambit, Victer Mandeline, Zainetica, Zephyr Nova

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