Merry Chrismas and happy hanukka lads and gents. Here we are with a special tune, performed by erm… us :-) atmospheric spheres with broken beats and trancey melodies on top… it is gonna be available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify etc. at the end of january 2013. Until then enjoy this preview…
When two guys from Denmark feel it is too narrow there and they decide to move to Brooklyn, so how does this sound then? Listen carefully to “My Eyes to See”. It is taken from AFM’s upcoming Album “Let This Be the Last Night We Care” (to be released on March 5th, 2010).
Description? No, thanks this is something between post-rock, electronic and pop. Just listen, it sounds very nice. If this was mainstream pop, we could turn on the radio without having to barve again and again.
By the way, they are touring through Europe in March 2010. Check their dates here.
Singers and an a Cappella Choir of the University of Utah performed Tan Dun’s “Water Passion After St. Matthew” on April 11th, and 12th 2009 in Libby Gardner Concert Hall at the University of Utah. The first video is taken from that performance. The other three videos comprise an (english) interview with Tan Dun in Bilbao (Spain) in November 2009.
Whenever you visit Berlin and you like independent Techno and Electro, we got a nice hint for you. You gotta see the Cassiopeia in the Friedrichshain district. As a matter of chance our team went to the Cassiopeia place yesterday and enjoyed accidently an event named “Reclaim the Beats“.
Reclaim the Beats
To make things shorts as possible. That were by far the most intelligent sounds we’ve heard for a long time. The guys playing the records on the floor under the roof were almost half as young as we am, but we take a bow in deepest respect. You guys definitly have shown a unique taste for sounds. Reclaim the Beats is the only adequate wording for that event. We’d recommend to simply call it DIT (Demanding intelligent Techno). Information and dates of Reclaim the Beats to be found here.
The Cassiopeia is fairly unique in Berlin. It’s got three club locations, and indoor skate park, a beer garden, probably the largest climbing tower in Berlin and many more things to discover. The price of a Caipirinha is at 5€. More information to be found here…