It’s the spaces and the people that populate them that effortlessly characterises everyone’s own sense of attachment to electronic music and that beautiful caustic vision of restlessness that accompanies it. It’s the reason why so many people put their hearts into contributing something meaningful without any expectation of receiving anything in return. That’s probably the most honest undertone we can secure to the first installment of the Kana Transit mini-doc series, and we couldn’t even come close to fabricating a more sincere story to host than Tresor’s New Faces booker and resident, Mareena. It makes even more sense when you put into perspective her genuine intent to expose Europe’s upcoming circuitry mercenaries for an establishment that’s given so much back to the sonic movement that we’ve all aligned our lives with. It’s those lives and the places where these people live them out, that solidifies that spirit of creative freedom which has always littered those imaginary streets we’ve always felt so comfortable crossing.
And really, it’s so important to shift your focus away from those things that don’t really matter when it rests against your own conscience. Maybe that’s why it’s these people who inspire you, and that’s why they have such an impact on how you approach the things that really do aid in the transit from mediocrity to deeper fulfillment. It’s an adorning approach to life, if you’ve ever seen one.
Music in order of appearance:
Sven Weisemann – Rejection (Mojuba Records)
Sven Weisemann – Inner Sunset (Mojuba Records)
Woo York – Vacuum (Samuli Kemppi Remix) (Dynamic Reflection)
Artefakt – The Other Sun (Field Records)
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Shot/Cut by George Alatakis
Article writer – Elliot Clarke