DescriptionKinda jubilee, we outwit the # 100 Compost Black Label with an amazing high achiever 12inch. Our label staff man of the month Philipp Stoya made such an deep and isocronal uplifting mix, which we love so much. A killer tune! A trippy peaktime hit. Well, the original by Estonian Madpac is also a lovely jubbly fluffy house tune, notably when the beloved melody parts coming in. Quintessentially a Compost-ish tune, isnt it. Contemporary sound and timeless. Btw.: if you miss Compost Black Label # 100, then be advised it will be the very first full length Compost Black Label artist album by an usual suspect.
Madpac, and by the name his mother calls him, Madis Pahno, was born in 1987 in Tartu Estonia. Strange ways got him into the point, where he is now. Starting with violin studies in childrens music school, singing in high quality boys choir, studying to become an electrician, no way this kid could grow up to be an outstanding talent in electronically music sphere, but thats exactly what has happened. Madpac has stated that his relationship with music started at the age of five, which culminated in 10 years of music studies, first at Ulenurme Music school then at the prestigious Heino Ellers Music School. In the beginning of year 2000 Madpac switched from strangling the violin into something totally different: electronic music. By the year 2005 Madpac was good to go and started playing records on different events. At the beginning all sorts of techno tracks dominated in his set lists but those techno tracks turned deeper and deeper. Sadly, there wasnt enough audience to understand the depths of such music, so Madpac took a little break of DJing. Fortunately the show went on and is still in progress as we speak. So much free time lead Madpac onto the roads of composing electronic music and it didnt take much time until his first single Gas or Grass EP was released in 2010.Now Madpac has released 37 songs at his SoundCloud page and 28 of them are his own original creation. Madpac has also achieved a really pleasant teamwork with his childhood friend Ms. Henno, whose vocals are richening several tracks amongst these 37. Now, Madpac is still producing fine electronic music and at the beginning of 2013 he and Ms. Henno released a jazz-electronic album Ms. Henno - Sorme Otsaga for free. (http://mshenno.dj-madpac.com/)
For more info:http://soundcloud.com/madpac // https://www.facebook.com/madpacmusic http://soundcloud.com/philipp-stoya // www.facebook.com/pages/Philipp-Stoya/156326981097996 http://soundcloud.com/microphunk // www.facebook.com/Microphunk