La Vie En Rose gathers artists from 8 countries in its next compilation
When Terence:Terry launched his label La Vie En Rose in 2011, we would not have expected the project to become such an irresistible adventure. With USH and his EP Key Of Love, the label opened its doors (and our ears) to a deep house that is sometimes slow, other times groovy but always refined. On discovering the latest release from La Vie En Rose, we are reminded that Parisian house music has not been idle for the last five year: Rafael Murillo, John Dimas, Jérôme Pacman and the boss Terence: Terry … With a mix of vintage and modern sounds, there is certainly a rosy outlook when it comes to Terence:Terry in 2017.
So it is with great delight we discover Fear Of A Rose Planet. The second compilation of the label contains eight pieces from all over the world. From Greece to New York via Montpellier and Chile, this album is worthy of its name and represents this “pink planet” that the Parisian label wants to put back on the agenda. LYE, Anton Bajen, DJ Sonic and Caceress each release songs that, in their own way, reveal a depth that is ‘deep’ without compromise. There are also many successful samplings to be appreciated, from old NASA recordings to tribal songs. From beginning to end, Fear of A Rose Planet is a success and wondeful muscial feat which makes us see life through rose-tinted spectacles.