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why we love this

A midnight island escapade. Lava-like movements and playful synthy plunges soundtrack a lush evening world before the sun rises.

about the record

During the years he spent living in Amsterdam, when his DJ career seemed to become an unstoppable juggernaut, Tom Trago was a regular visitor to Deco Sauna, a local institution that helped him “decompress” and detoxify his body. Eventually, a more extended period of “decompression” was needed, with Trago moving to the coast to reassess his priorities and spend more time with his young family.

‘Deco’, his sixth album and first for Rush Hour in a decade, was recorded following an extended absence from club dancefloors, as Trago cut back on DJ commitments to prioritise family life. When he returned to the studio, often with his daughter by his side, Trago initially struggled to get back into the groove. The desire to make dancefloor-focused music had – temporarily, at least – deserted him; instead, he found himself drawn towards a desire to create “electronic lullabies” and music that reflected his more pastoral environment.

  1. 1 - A Dark Oak (feat. Tracey) 5:50
  2. 2 - Centrla Park (feat. Maxi Mill) 7:58
  3. 3 - Never Peace A Puzzle (feat. Maxi Mill) 7:51
  4. 4 - To Be Left Unlocked 7:35
  5. 5 - When The Sky Is Watching Us 4:27
  6. 6 - It Might Be Forever 11:23

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23,00

in stock

  1. 1 - A Dark Oak (feat. Tracey) 5:50
  2. 2 - Centrla Park (feat. Maxi Mill) 7:58
  3. 3 - Never Peace A Puzzle (feat. Maxi Mill) 7:51
  4. 4 - To Be Left Unlocked 7:35
  5. 5 - When The Sky Is Watching Us 4:27
  6. 6 - It Might Be Forever 11:23

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

A midnight island escapade. Lava-like movements and playful synthy plunges soundtrack a lush evening world before the sun rises.

about the record

During the years he spent living in Amsterdam, when his DJ career seemed to become an unstoppable juggernaut, Tom Trago was a regular visitor to Deco Sauna, a local institution that helped him “decompress” and detoxify his body. Eventually, a more extended period of “decompression” was needed, with Trago moving to the coast to reassess his priorities and spend more time with his young family.

‘Deco’, his sixth album and first for Rush Hour in a decade, was recorded following an extended absence from club dancefloors, as Trago cut back on DJ commitments to prioritise family life. When he returned to the studio, often with his daughter by his side, Trago initially struggled to get back into the groove. The desire to make dancefloor-focused music had – temporarily, at least – deserted him; instead, he found himself drawn towards a desire to create “electronic lullabies” and music that reflected his more pastoral environment.

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