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Take a plunge into “Faded Denim Wash”, a slow motion cosmic nu-disco number drenched in summer sunshine and the first single off the upcoming album VOYEUR! Melbourne’s Abelard, having caused a huge viral stir with his glo-fi tweak of the Seinfeld theme, sprays his vaporwave mist on this remix with a healthy dose of Hammer/Faltermeyer sophisti-pop freshness!
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During the past three years, the Brazilian DJ/producer Felippe Camargo "Dreamhunter" dedicated himself to produce a lot of new tracks aiming to get a release on Lemongrassmusic. As a good dreamer, he went deep into the music and created tight mixes inspired in moments and artists that changed his life forever.
Mixing different shapes of Lounge music, he created 14 brand new songs connected with a lot of musical influences that pass through Hip-Hop, Jazz, Soul, Rock and experimental stuffs. While listening to the album, we can feel warm beats mixed with many kinds of instruments such as pianos, synthesizers, pads, flutes, saxophones, organs, guitars and much more. Melodies that go up and down and capable of causing sensations of happiness, freedom, hope, loneliness, sadness... Besides having these many shaped emotions, Dreamhunter is a true example of moving forward with the baggage that comes from the personal past and always maintaining hope for a better future.
Our heart is composed by many shapes that can stimulate many different feelings. And can you imagine the amount of things we feel inside ourselves during three years? This is what the album shows. A puzzled heart and true music, bringing shapes and forms that will take you back in time to remember to the old classic Chill Out songs and also complex melodies where you can feel the taste of a modern and very personal style that Felippe created in this project Dreamhunter.
From introspective moods to expansive and breathtaking waves. From sunshine summer vibes to cold winter moods. This is what you are likely to feel while listening to this album. And in the end, the last message is: "Never loose the hope you need to achieve your dreams".
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Radiosonde is an artist album by The Disclosure Project on their self owned record label. Taking over a year to compose and arrange. It’s contents can best be described as organic electronic music. Looking back into the past and to the present, its musical influences range from Jazz, Funk, Nature documentaries, Classical music, Ambient, Down tempo and House. While that may sound like it spans the gamut of music, and it’s often a cliché that artists will claim their music covers all these grounds. A listen to this album will solidify this statement as fact.
The album showcases ten tunes that are supported by solid groove, whilst keeping melody and harmony at the center stage of the production. As far as albums by The Disclosure Project go this one presents a more cerebral experience than normal. Taking the listener from emotional deep listening tracks, right through to hip swaying and head nodding funk. Along the journey trip hop and electronica are woven seamlessly into the albums fabric. Even a little US deep house appears here and there. It’s as if the album intentionally dares you to stretch your musical taste.
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Sebastian Damerius was born in Bad Moskau at the border of Poland in 1980. Having an actor and musician as a father little Sebastian is raised towards an artistic direction in life. No wonder he's already somewhat like a local scratch hero behind the decks in his early youth. Later on though, he decides to concentrate on visual arts and studies media design im Weimar. When he meets Marlow here he realizes that is music after all which is the best expression outlet for his creativity.
Together with his mentor Marlow he releases his first record “Quiet” on Moonharbour. Further mutual productions follow and they also draw attention way beyond the borders of Thüringen (f.e. a certain DJ Hell charts one of their tracks). As a consequence Damerius moves to the Mekka of electronic dance music, to Berlin. Here he works together with Knixx on proper pop songs. “Drop The Bomb” for instance, is selected by radio station Fritz into their heavy rotation playlist.
The next big step of his career is made by sending a demo CD to Sonar Kollektiv A&R manager Alex Barck. Being super enthusiastic about Damerius' production skills, Barck not only signs ComixXx to the label but also decides to spend the next few months together with Sebastian in the studio to record his solo debut album. This fruitful team work results also in several remixes for acts like Erlend Oye, Sonzera, Pito and Jazzanova. Mid 2015 the debut by ComixXx will hit the streets. This is gonna be fun, for sure.