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Nick Warren returns to Balance Series with The Soundgarden


In the space of just a few years since its inception, Nick Warren and his partner Petra’s globetrotting concept The Soundgarden has grown to encompass a label, compilations, stunning parties around the world and a global radio show.

He makes his long-overdue return to Balance’s lauded compilation series, bringing two discs of exclusive music that expounds everything that makes The Soundgarden such an engrossing concept.

“The Soundgarden endeavours to create magical musical experiences, whether at home listening to the releases or at the unique global events” he explains of the idea behind the platform. “On this album, I wanted to showcase some of my current favourite artists and reflect the more eclectic sound of The Soundgarden. I feel the secret with compilations is to try and choose music which has almost a timeless feel to it.”

“I try to find those tracks which do not age like more peak time dance tracks tend to” says Warren. “Every single artist featured on the compilation delivered big time for me and I am eternally thankful for their talent.” – Nick Warren

1. Aārp – Gemma III
2. Rigooni – Dreamed Numbers
3. Bigasti & Balad – With You
4. Synkro & Arovane – Aspen
5. Scippo – Rumy
6. Kamilo Sanclemente – Urania (Balance Mix)
7. Nick Warren & Nicolas Rada – Balance
8. Darper – Crystal Voyager
9. Ewan Rill & K Loveski – Omega Torra
10. Emi Galvan – Embrace
11. Ben Archbold – SF (Intro Mix)
12. Baunder – 38 & 46
13. Nico Szabo – Soledad (Day Mix)
14. Yoni Yarchi & Daniel Van Der Zwaag – From Tel Aviv to Amsterdam

1. Yoni Yarchi & Daniel Van Der Zwaag – Into the Wild (Balance Version)
2. Six – Berlin
3. Scippo – Harry
4. Black 8 – Black Tiger
5. Dmitry Molosh – Note
6. Lerr – Moments
7. Armen Miran – Last Chance
8. Nick Warren & Black 8 – Dreamcatcher
9. Nichols – Magnificent Creatures
10. No-No & Nobilis – Diagonal 77
11. Eli Nissan – Restricted Delusions
12. Stillhead – Neu Kobenhavn (Hernan Cattaneo & Audio Junkies Remix)
13. Oliver & Tom – Luly

Wanna grab a copy, head to the Balance website here.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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