Various Artists

Winter Solstice 2020



December 21, 2020

Format – Digital
Mastering by Black Monolith Studios
Art Direction & Design by makemassair


Marking the winter solstice Darkfloor Sound once again presents their annual compilation, raising money for the National Autistic Society. We continue what we began in 2015 and resurrected last year with a double EP release (part 1, part 2). As with all the releases in this series, it is available under a pay-what-you-want model, to choose your own donation level, please visit our Bandcamp.

Our Winter Solstice compilation welcomes new artists to the Darkfloor Sound record label who bring with them a diverse range of lush to dark sonics.

For our 2020 edition we present artists from Japan, America, Australia, Ireland and the UK. Go Hiyama, Yuri Urano, Dodssang Tempel, Warcrimes, subduxtion, Hedchef, Sunken Foal, Si Begg, Herd, and Khost feat. Stephen Mallinder. Their music packs beautiful drone, field recordings and noise, to slamming maximal electro, downbeaten electro steppers, broken industrial, dub techno, and intense claustrophobic drum work.

All monies raised from the sale of this release will be donated to the National Autistic Society – the UK’s leading charity for people on the autism spectrum and their families.

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