X-OZ.n a thin crust of porous rock Icelanders fulfill their sentence of life. In a rugged environment, close proximity to the core elements of the material formation; forms, shapes hues – a crystallized version of Fata Morgana so near but too far to grasp and fondle. The forces of creation unrelenting, tempo varies but always driven by intensive, deep breathing restlessness. Webs are woven between dimensions, life mixes with death, and time is now and forever, past and present. From the cosmos waves are drawn through the strata, from the molten core of earth that meanders its way under the paths but so close that you feel the warmth, magnetic fields are on the rampage. This is the multidimensional platform of the artist’s Exos new label:
Exos did lunch his X/OZ label on June 20th, with six-track EP, ‘Invisible Limits Vol. 1’ , later on July 29, he did premiere his first label night at his casual home Paloma Reykjavik along side Yagya for a live set and Fascia based in Iceland.
Words: Hassen Belhaj
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