First off, just wanted to let you all know that I'm not dead
and I haven't quite fallen off of (or into) the face of the Earth
yet. By now, it's obvious that Subterrestrial is on some sort of
hiatus that may continue for some time, so please bear with me.
It is however time to say goodbye to a dear friend, beloved
Chase Records Netlabel. Here is a message and parting gift from
label head Remi.
After 9 years of dedication to free underground electronic
music, I've reached to the decision that the time has come for
Chase Records Netlabel to plunge into the depths of the Internet
ocean, probably forever.
Yes, dear friends and listeners, you've guessed it, this
means Chase Records will stops its activities with that 60th and
But in any mean I could stop the label without putting all my
efforts in trying to offer a last groundbreaking release. So, for
this last session I've contacted various artists I love, from all
around the world, to ask them to create / send a track they feel to
be related with the theme of the abyss. I give them a white card to
submit what could be their ideal soundtrack for a diving to the
darkest depths of the ocean.
I had the pleasure of having Remi ask me to contribute a
Subterrestrial track to this monumental release. Included is a dark
ambient drum & bass number called "Dockside Scuffle", which
appeared previously on Subterrestrial's soundcloud. The track
needed some mix work, so I brought the drums much more forward. If
you've heard it before, please check out this new mix, along with
all the other great material on this compilation. Thanks to Remi
for his years of service to creative commons music!
Download FLAC and
320 from Chase Records