"A journey to the moon that began fifteen years ago now reaches another milestone - these last few month's we've been working with videographers from around the world to give you a never seen before insight into the people behind the label.
Not only the artists, although many of them can be seen and heard in the documentary, but also some of the illustrators and people that work behind the scenes and help us to accomplish our goals.
Luckily, we have not crashed into any lunar crater. We want to thank you, our listeners, for making this long journey possible and we greatly look forward to celebrating this milestone with our partners, musical family and of course with you.
Working with Dave McKean – a true legend, especially for anyone into comic illustrations – wraps up this whole trip in the sweetest way. Not only is it a big honour, but – in a way – it completes the circle, as Dave has been a major influence for the label’s artworks from its earliest beginnings already.
Since our 10th anniversary the face of one of our founding members, who passed away way too early, graces our logo. This release is dedicated to her and commemorates the 11th anniversary of her passing.
The documentary includes exclusive footage and interviews with Rain Dog, KRTS, Parra For Cuva, Robot Koch, submerse, kidkanevil, Long Arm, Flako, Lorena Assisi, Pavel Dovgal, and many more.."
Ich bin ja ein großer Fan vom Project Mooncircle und mag so ziemlich jeden Artist, der über das Berliner Label eine Platte rausgehauen hat. Im Januar wird das Künstlerkollektiv aus der Hauptstadt stolze 15 Jahre alt. Neben einer Best-Of-Vinyl mit unreleasten Tracks und einer ordentlichen Party feiert man das Jubiläum mit einer fast 1-stündigen Doku auf YouTube.
Und ich freu' mich ja schon auf den 6.1. in Berlin. Da werd' ich nämlich endlich mal wieder gute Mucke in 'nem Club hören. Yäy. Häppi Birthdäy, Project Mooncircle!