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Jacob Groening - Leslie EP Golden Vinyl Edition
Jacob Groening
Leslie EP Golden Vinyl Edition
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (The Gardens Of Babylon)
14,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Germany’s Jacob Groening is one of those hard to pin down artists working within the space of organic dance music. As a live performer and hybrid DJ, Jacob somehow manages to infuse everything from gypsy to jazz, blues to soul, with distinctly electronic elements. Never one to settle for anything less than unique, his gentle touch and international influences create music that is both sweet and powerful. This sound has already been felt across the likes of Bar 25, Steyoyoke, Delicieuse Musique, and his own Kamai Music imprint, and now Jacob provides the 4th instalment on Amsterdam’s The Gardens of Babylon eponymous label.
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Jacob Groening - Sulg EP
Jacob Groening
Sulg EP
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Kamai Music)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Jacob Groening’s debut EP for Kamai Music takes the listener on a trip out into the wide open, a journey through wild sonic landscapes. The title track - „Sulg“ (A1) sets the mood. A blurred picture rendered through a minimalistic instrumentation of echoing saxophones, guitars and piano. It oscillates around repetitive themes that range from oriental sounds to reduced blues chords like in „Giom“ (A2). The B-Side shifts away from this and shines its light on South American influences as in „Sosa“ (B1) and the remix „Sulg“' (B2) by the Argentinian producers„Kermesse“. Groening's approach to his productions, ranging from down to midtempo, is characterised by its use of live recorded instruments, well tempered minimalistic percussions and rich melodies that take the listener on a voyage into the mind's very own comfort zone.
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