'Psychedelic Planet' is a Grab Bag of Global Electronic Tunes (album stream) (Premiere)

by Brice Ezell

17 September 2014

The myriad sounds of world music and the creative impulses of the electronic remix come together in the eclectic hodgepodge Psychedelic Planet, out now through Six Degrees records.
 

The record label Six Degrees has taken on an ambitious task with Psychedelic Planet, its latest compilation. Dubbing the project “globetronica”, the album brings together remixes of tunes Bombay Dub Orchestra, Jeff Stott, and Vieux Farka Touré into a cohesive and creative collection of world music re-imagined by today’s leading electronic artists, including Bassnectar.
  
Stream the album below:



Psychedelic Planet is out now via Six Degrees Records. You can purchase it via Bandcamp here.

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