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Le Millipede Vinyl, CD & Tape 3 Artikel

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Le Millipede - The Sun Has No Money
Le Millipede
The Sun Has No Money
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Alien Transistor)
17,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Alien Ensemble's trombone man Mathias Goetz caused quite a splash when he released his eponymous debut LP under his Le Millipede moniker back in 2015: The multi-instrumentalist's initial offering was clearly something else, impossible to grasp, a musical vessel beyond genre, beyond style or era, seemingly beyond space and time even; a vessel that carried an almost cosmic kind of song-craft – music with no fixed stamp of origin, though it did somehow feel like an Alien Transistor release.
Le Millipede - Neue Welt / Lenity
Le Millipede
Neue Welt / Lenity
7" | 2016 | EU | Original (Alien Transistor)
5,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
After the release of his debut album in June 2015, Le Millipede is back with a 7" single with "Neue Welt" and "Lenity". The newcomer to the A-Z of instruments of Le Millipede is the clarinet. Together with Le Millipede's characteristic percussion, it sets the basic structure of "Neue Welt". Two melodies of piano and bass trumpet join in to a euphoric, dreamy tune, only to be shaken up profoundly - or should we say challenged? - by the second debuting instrument, a ukulele. Lenity is melancholic and brisk, hymnic and susurrant, heartfelt and effusive, intimate, lush, sad and exuberant, passionate and serene.
Le Millipede - Le Millipede
Le Millipede
Le Millipede
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Alien Transistor)
16,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Arranging various layers of piano, xylophone and glockenspiel, stylophone, Moog and harmonium, Le Millipede creates minimalist, instrumental pop gems, tracks with an immediate quality that seem rather simple at first listen. In fact, Götz’s recordings are somewhat comparable to the work of French-born, Barcelona-based composer Pascal Comelade, known for his use of toy instruments. In both cases, there’s a certain childlike quality at work, a very disarming greenness and naïveté.
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