All Day I Dream Releases ‘A Winter Sampler II’ + Lee Burridge Open-to-Close Announced
All Day I Dream is back today with the 2020 edition of the Winter Sampler— featuring tracks from Lee Burridge and Lost Desert, Tim Green, DAVÍ, and many more.
This year’s A Winter Sampler II is loaded with 12 exquisite tracks that showcase the magical sound of All Day I Dream. From the ethereal vocals in Zone+’s ‘The Muse” to the throbbing baseline in NuKreative’s “Out Of The Shadows,” the signature aura of All Day I Dream can be heard and felt in all twelve tracks in the compilation.
Dee Montero & Newman kick off Winter Sampler with “Shadows,” a refreshing blend of groovy percussion elements, crisp plucks, dreamy pads, and flawless vocals that set the tone for what’s to come. Following “Shadows,” a wintery atmosphere is showcased in the beautiful musical contributions from DAVÍ, Makebo & Amonita, Guhus, M.O.S, LØC, Raw Main. Lee Burridge and Lost Desert, who released their acclaimed debut LP Melt over summer, also offer up a brand new record in “Half An Hour.”
A Winter Sampler II also features Tim Green’s “Sowa,” a track that not only showcases Green’s magnificent talents in the studio but also serves as his grand debut on All Day I Dream.
Off the tip of the compilation’s release, Lee Burridge has also announced an indoor edition of All Day I Dream in its hometown of Brooklyn on February 22. The hallowed Grand Hall of Avant Gardner will be transformed into a winter dreamscape as Burridge helms a rare eight hour, open-to-close journey into the depths of his label’s repertoire and beyond. More info and tickets here: smarturl.it/ADIDWINTEREDITION
The past ten years have seen All Day I Dream grow from a humble rooftop gathering to a veritable label and musical movement whose influence spans across the globe, drawing hundreds of thousands into its whimsical spaces lined with vibrant décor and emotive soundtracking. With the past year alone seeing the party filling out its spaces from Dubai to London, to San Francisco, All Day I Dream is poised to carry its legacy well into the new decade.