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Title: Blue Chapter
Format: 320 kbit/s, mp3, CBR
Style: house, techno, downbeat
The project Mono:Pulse was initiated by two artists who derived their musical influences in different areas of electronic music. Far from practical function, they are going for a whole different way of getting the message across: Music as an organic experience and a living atmosphere.
The downbeat project buried themselves inside their studios in the beginning of 2011 for this journey of no genre boundaries through the world of electronic music. The multiple different places of production are yet another element of the organic matter of this album.
In their as a process understood work, diversity has a double emphasis put on it. In that way they achieved mixtures from synthetic and musical-acoustical sounds in a variety of depths with its origins as far spread as Jazz, HipHop, Dubstep and Techno. Intensity, expressionism as well as the contrast of energy and indulgence are some of the characteristics of these two artists.
Artist: Geschwister Schumann
Title: Hunting through the night
Format: 320 kbit/s, mp3, CBR
Style: techno, minimal
Whilst some of us may spend nights vainly searching for released
material of the two charming artists others joyously abjure their sleep to visit their live shows. Both are accommodated with this new release as commitment rewards the senses. Pola’s and Max’s awareness of this is evinced by three new pieces which allow one to surmise how much authenticity music requires as a media to vie with the night, to escape or to chase it – but decide for yourselves.
Hunting Through The Night
As if to challenge the moon the curtain falls forcefully but cushy to unveil a set of funky organs and a drifty pumping groove. These words will open hearts of all restless minds among us for they are expression of a force with dark and pristine origin. In our inexhaustible thrill of the chase we draw repose from the interlude – yet it only serves the return of an almost obsessive desire for the inexperienced .
In a confidingly temptatious manner the warm and mellow soundscape engages with clear, optimistic and uplifting percussions – an interchange that leads light-footedly to the inexorable grounds of probing questions. Hope enters the soundscape accompanied by an interplay of indeterminate
voices only to then vanish through soulfully arranged strings in the audible sand of time.
Fragile, seeking tones open up previously unknown sound and tempo atmospheres. They mingle with an incipient downbeat and merge into a longing and melancholic composition
that provides room for deep and emphatic vocals. A Development towards more mature lyrics and sounds evinces and enables Geschwister Schumann to tread new promising paths that whet our appetite for more.