An odyssey through the realm of consciousness, that’s what defines Afterlife, a unique Berlin based sound space project created by Carmine Conte and Matteo Milleri, better known as Tale of Us.
Despite everything that’s currently happening in our world due to Corona Virus, there’s some light at the end of the tunnel. That’s the message that Tale of Us try to send to every one of us with this 31-track compilation called “Unity”, alongside this album there’s also a slogan created for this purpose which is “Out of darkness can only come light”. And don’t forget that all the profit that’s coming from this album will be donated to COVID-19 medical relief fund.
If you haven’t listened the album by now, you’re probably wondering what’s the content of it. And well let me tell you, if you’re a fan of everything around Afterlife, you’re not ready for this.
The album has 70% of the IDs (unreleased music) that were played last year by Tale of Us and many by artist related to the label as well. So, if you’re into Afterlife you already know that’s pretty unlikely to happen very often, but well this time they decided to give this amazing gift to all the fans around the world with the hope that this will spread the love of music that unites us all.
Reference must be made to some new artists at the label, specially Alfa Romero with their long waited “Claim Your Love”, Franky Wah with his masterpiece played by Tale of Us at Punta del Este “Aftertime”, In Anima’s epic track “Last Call”, Marino Canal with “Unfold”, “Ryder” by The Element (you probably remember this track from Mathame’s set for Cercle), Stephan Jolk with “Doubts” and many more artists like SOEL, Anyma, Anni, Glowal, Avidus, Josh Wink and Marcel Fengler.
Among all this artist there are still brilliant releases from producers that have already release some epic tracks at this label, such as Colyn, Ae:ther, Hunter/Game, Denis Horvat, Fideles, Recondite, Mathame, Stephan Bodzin, Mind Against, Agents of Time, Lyke, Woo York, KAS:ST, Kevin de Vrie , Innellea and Coeus. Furthermore, there are two tracks by Tale of Us as well.
I just would like to finish this article with a note: in dark times, we come in Unity. I hope you enjoy the album as much as I did, but most important stay safe, stay in home and let’s the music unites us all for in the near future we can all dance together again.