Vol. 1 'Jjingle Bells'

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2016 Tape

Jj funhouse Christmas Compilation Vol. 1 'Jjingle Bells'

Music for warm sweaters. A perfect mix tape to lighten up all your christmas dinners and relax your muscles from all the emotional and/or physical turbulence that comes with it. Needless to say it's quite perfect to cure every sort of post-festive hangover too. Pure chalet delight with enough bite to chase all those plastic cupped glühwein nightmares out of the cabin. This tape is filled to the brim with soothing sounds to calm your inner demon down nicely and more importantly: to soundtrack your pousse-café by the fire, canapé style, so you can waltz through the starlit night and live happily ever after.


Milan W. - Bells
Gospel without god means a choir for everybody. Synthetic boy charm and melodic meditation to open the festivities.
Roger 3000 - Elzenhoeve
A winter cabin full of shimmering dust and fine acoustic flavor to be perfectly holed up in, revenge of the mole.
H. Takahashi - Light
Dreaming of ice-skating ballerinas and listening through mirrors of ice was never so easy.
David Edren - Jungle Bells
Very pleased with this wintergamelan under the tree. It packs enough phasing power to warm your feet and lighten up your stomach, the rhythm of medicine.
Miaux - Calypso Dream
The only cure that really helps when there's no gentleman with a handkerchief in sight, furry casio powers.
May the gods above drop megaton bombs of love for everyone.

Molnbär av John - Viaggio!
A symphony of dust and romantic exploration, turning stones into diamonds with his loops of the heart.
ssaliva - ceneri
Trancing out while staring at your empty plate with a storm of arpeggios hiding under your well-coiffed skull, ever so friendly fire with ssaliva.
Jan Matthé - Midvinterkransen
Bodies wrapped up in huge Scandinavian sweaters, North Pole exotica by the fireplace.
Alpár - Amitori hō
Salt water tears. Feeling like a whale after all this dining but dreaming of the birds above the isle of Alpár.
Art Interface - Ice
Leaving is never easy. Small-town dramatics are made of epic dimensions.