To kick off their new label project, The Hague's traumgarten launch Flowers that Bloom at Midnight, a 30-track compilation that brings together collaborators, creatives and visionaries who share their desire to explore rich dreamscapes through a passion for electronics. Featuring a diverse breadth of artists including Dazion, Pasiphae, Bergsonist, Anatolian Weapons and Sophie du Palais, the release moves with ease between a variety of musical flavours like ambient, electro, experimental and IDM. All profits from the release will be split between the Boat Refugee Foundation and Black Queer & Trans Resistance Netherlands, an LGBTI+ community and activist group countering racism, transphobia and homophobia.
In tandem with the release, traumgarten have also created a new interactive website for you to explore, which presents a catalog of dreams narrated through music.
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