DOWNLOAD # fLako – Trujana from The Mesektet LP [Project Mooncircle, 2011]

13 04 2011


fLako has his LP coming out soon on Project Mooncircle.
Review to follow soon. For now, enjoy this nice beat as usual from the man fLako

The Mesektet’, in ancient egyptian mythology, is one of the two solar boats used by the sun god ‘Ra’ to travel through the cycle of night and day and carry the moon across the sky. It is told that he died every dusk, had to fight the dark forces of the underworld and bring light to the dead souls as he passed through – just to be reborn in the morning. Just like the sun god, uprising producer fLako uses ‘The Mesektet’ to end the cycle of darkness and prepare for his own rebirth, marking the end of an era in his style of production and move forward into new musical directions, which he already started to explore on his ‘Mini Toolbooth EP’. This release includes a collection of previously unreleased or only digitally available works from the time up until 2008.

The artwork design was created by surrealistic painter Dan May, known for his hairy fantasy creatures possesing humanlike features.

The Mesektet is out on May 6th via Project Mooncircle
DOWNLOAD the full Snippet HERE
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‘The Mesektet’, in ancient egyptian mythology, is one of the two solar boats used by the sun god ‘Ra’ to travel through the cycle of night and day and carry the moon across the sky. It is told that he died every dusk, had to fight the dark forces of the underworld and bring light to the dead souls as he passed through – just to be reborn in the morning. Just like the sun god, uprising producer fLako uses ‘The Mesektet’ to end the cycle of darkness and prepare for his own rebirth, marking the end of an era in his style of production and move forward into new musical directions, which he already started to explore on his ‘Mini Toolbooth EP’. This release includes a collection of previously unreleased or only digitally available works from the time up until 2008.

The artwork design was created by surrealistic painter Dan May, known for his hairy fantasy creatures possesing humanlike features.


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