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Randweg - Anderlust / Requisetales Remixes
Anderlust / Requisetales Remixes
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Der Dritte Raum)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Exactly one year after the release of their second album M eanderlust, Randweg r elease their first EP with remixes - by Nick Höppner, Alex.Do, Luke Abbott and In A Left Place on March 31st 2017. The Double-A-sided Anderlus t / Requisetales EP appears on Funken Records (vinyl - including free digital bonus track Comico Pera ( Der Dritte Raum Remix ) / digital). To understand how this record is intended, take a closer look at the artwork: no matter how you turn it: a backside does not exist. On their upcoming Anderlust / Requisetales EP, Randweg present rearrangements of tracks from their two former albums. The new versions clearly bear the signature of their producers, but the tracks also reflect the full range of the duo, which has found its very own sound with clarinet, bass and cajon. For the remixes of two tracks from the ir album M eanderlust, Randweg attracted Nick Höppner and Alex.Do. You can hear the joy both producers had playing with the original material, which was the basis of their versio ns for the Anderlust-side. While Nick Höppner transfers the calmly prancing Wokules Walzer into a subtle but euphoric house-track, Alex.Do slows down the tempo in his version of Pool, and plunges down deep into a warm downbeat-bath. Randweg 's debut-album Equisetales was released in 2013, and it would have been a pity if the two remixes from the early days of the duo remained unheard in their private archives. Luke Abbott surprises with an abstract-pl ayful version of the track Ball a nd In A Left Place turns Y ofa into an atmospheric club-track. The d igital bonus-track Comico Pera (Der Dritte Raum Remix) by Andreas Krüger is included in the download-package for the EP. He produced the album Equisetales in 2013 and founded the label Funken.
Randweg - Meanderlust
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Funken)
18,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With their second longplayer ?Meanderlust?, Randweg undertake a trip along melodic fields and rhythmic turns. The songs sound self-willed yet catchy: they are feel-good-music with an experimental core. With unusual instrumentation (clarinet, guitar, bass, cajon, computers) and unique style, Randweg treads a previously untrodden path: “A detailed one, sensitive, gentle and scratchy, one that you would like to go more often now.” (De: Bug). The duo breaks with any expectations one could have given the instruments collected here, and the clarinet playing “has nothing to do with the usual clichés one may associate with this in itself innocent and lovable instrument. On the contrary, it?s sounds remind us a lot more of our well-loved vintage analog synthesizers. “(Groove) Andreas Ernst plays the clarinet since he was 12 years old. The way he puts his instrument to use is exceptional: the clarinet serves more as a natural oscillator, whose vibrations are alienated with effects and transferred to a different world of sound. A woodwind instrument as a controller for soundtransducers, filters and delay. Andreas distinctive playing style can also be found in tracks by Ripperton, Ellen Allien and Der Dritte Raum. David Baurmann forms the musical counterpart on bass and guitar and enriches Randwegs electronic beats with cajon. Firmly anchored in Aachen's electronic music scene as a DJ, here he is a multi-instrumentalist, to whom the duo owes their peculiar band-like sound. It's a stroke of luck the two met 2007 in Berlin. Together they are Randweg.
Randweg - Equisetales
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