Ethik ‎– Music For Stock Exchange

Eat Raw ‎– eat002
CD, Album



  • Written-By, ProducerMike Ink (tracks: 3, 6, 7)
  • Written-By, Producer, Mixed ByThe Bionaut (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 to 10)


Original concept by Club Orchidee & Digitrax Int.


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August 5, 2018
edited about 1 month ago

Wolfgang Voigt and Jörg Burger give the lost in music-home listener a new magazin for his pistol he points on himself again and again, every day, every night, in front of the stereo. After pulling the trigger he fells into a city of thought buildings, riding the soundwaves over the roofs high above the fairytale of the city, jumps into the elevators to check all floors to the strange and beautiful intellectual world. Outdoors the skyscraper facades radiate the sunlight like sea waves under the glowing sun. In every corner, on every street there are the treasure chests of the other worlds you may enter next...

One of the many peaks in the quality output of these musicians - 1993: for sure!
If your musicsoul wants an alternative to the rave sound of this era, give this a ride.
My favorite tracks here are the kittenish 'Bluebelle', the dreamlike 'Moral Sculpture' (oh, deep), the sweet 4 to the floor sunwave 'Coral Caves', the famous, in slow motion the skyscraper circling 'Trump Tower' (great track!), the fast, but still deep, techno house track 'Monologue 1'. Also 'The Glass Dome' impresses with its positive power and great composition of sounds.

Full points! I can recommend the second part, Ethik II, too. There appear some more artists, like Heckmann, Khan, Vogel, to name a few. IMO near the same quality like this first part. Both parts are classic collectors items, both parts with a beautiful artwork.


September 24, 2014

sound good and refined.