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Albrecht La'Brooy - Eventide
Albrecht La'Brooy
Eventide
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Analogue Attic)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following the success of 'Edgewater Towers' earlier this year, Albrecht La'Brooy show their darker side in the latest release from Analogue Attic Recordings.Somber and brooding at times, hard-hitting at others, 'Eventide' stays true to the Analogue Attic aesthetic whilst exploring themes and sounds of the evening.
Albrecht La'Brooy - Emissary EP
Albrecht La'Brooy
Emissary EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Night Tide)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Known for their take on the gentler side of house music, jazz pianists, electronic enthusiasts and label founders of the Analogue Attic imprint, Albrecht La'Brooy have joined Night Tide's family with their latest sojourn "Emissary” EP. The release began with a concept from the artists, who asked for field recordings taken by Night Tide's Eluize from around her adopted home in Berlin. Sounds from parks, gardens, trains and stations that make up the local, everyday sonic landscape made their way across the Atlantic to arrive in Albrecht La'brooy's studio, where they were used as inspiration for the three outings on this record. The Melbourne duo's live approach to programming and arrangement can be heard as the tracks ebb and flow effortlessly. In "Tempelhof” sub swells and a throbbing kick accompany delicate leads and lightly touched drums. The more uptempo "Hinterhof” pulses and sways with lively percussion, crystalline bells, euphoric strings and softly spoken melodies that float in and out of view. "U-bahn / S-bahn” begins with glistening top lines and panoramic chords over a growling bass and a steady groove. As the journey rolls on from the underground into open-air window-gazing territory, the piece takes an ambient, beatless turn. Contemplative synth lines and arpeggios play while the station announcements drift somewhere in the distance. Photograph by Christophe Mauberqué.
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