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Kid Schurke & Brain Hall – Haen Zikum Ulus [elyt09]

Electrolyt proudly presents

Kid Schurke & Brain HallHaen Zikum Ulus

At the Brainhall synapses twitch to the beat with joy, when Roman Schürch and Andreas Glauser launch their machines. Frequencies are modulated, punctured, tweaked and pitched. In doing so, the tones and textures of the five tracks are kept well in flux by the fixed rhythm scaffolds and repetitive sequences. Due to the analogue origin of Kid Schurke and Brain Hall’s machine music, the overall sound is organic and warm. This is glitch and hop, industrial noise, ambient and improv jam. Sometimes there are subtle references to the electronic music pioneers of the 70s and sometimes memories of ecstatic synth-thunderstorms on dance floors in the early 90s appear as split-second flashbacks. The long tracks leave space for the music to develop and evolve. Quiet parts turn into tight electro funk monsters and beats disappear in an ocean of frequency modulations. It’s so exciting and inspiring. For the love of electronic music: Haen Zikum Ulus

Elyt09 is produced, mixed and mastered by
Kid Schurke (Roman Schürch) and Brain Hall (Andreas Glauser)
at Brainhall Studio Zürich, Switzerland, 2016.
Haen Zikum Ulus cover artwork is created by Susana Licéaga in Mexico City, 2017

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Brain Hall & Kid Schurke – Haen Zikum Ulus [elyt09] by Roman Schürch & Andreas Glauser is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Germany License.

cc2017 Electrolyt [elyt09]

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Lipstick – Escape To Mars out now!!

After Media Monster and Lost And Found Files, Krystal Bell and Andreas Dorwarth return to Electrolyt with their newest release Escape To Mars.
The Ep is featuring 4 tracks of electro-psychedelic bliss, once again proving the duo’s ability to create ear-worm-quality melodies, embedded deeply in tracks, which stray far beyond the usual conventions of modern dance music. At the same time, Lipstick pay respect to their roots in old-school electro, house, minimal, dreampop and spaced out indie-psychedelia.
Escape To Mars has been mastered and additionally mixed with great skill and understanding for Lipstick’s sound by Florian Malicke, who is part of the Lipstick family since day one and who is one of the creative masterminds behind the German spacerock- electronica band Messer Brüder.
The beautiful artwork has been designed by Susana Licéaga of the Mexican dreampop-electronica project Aeropuerto.
Escape To Mars is now available for streaming and downloading on our Bandcamp.
“Behind the clouds, far away, there’s a another world, we don’t yet know about. How small we are, you and me, like sand on the seaside. How small we are”
Don’t miss your spaceship!!

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