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      Philipp M√ľnch
      "Mondo Obscura"

      On this, his second solo album, the exceptional artist that is Philipp M√ľnch has assimilated musical influences spanning the last four decades, bringing a brilliant and contemporary release into being, just as he did on last year's 'Into The Absurd'. Supported by a number of musician friends he puts an emphasis on vintage electronics and creations ranging from classic rhythmic noise and minimal electro to cinematic ambient whilst retaining a modern edge which sets him apart amongst those who work only for sheer nostalgia.
      a clearly noticeable component on 'Mondo Obscura' is the expanded range of vocals performed by Philipp himself and guest artists such as Kyoung-Hi Roho, Riotmiloo (eva|3), Tim Kniep (Synapscape) and Dan Gatto (continues, Babyland). This multitude of vocalists creates a vast subset of accents and moods ranging between melancholy and aggression. Musically, moody minimal pop tunes alternate with harsh power electronics and space-age ambience performed with a high amount of flexibility on rhythms, effects and sounds. A very strong, personal and complete release that deserves close attention, highly recommended to those who are eager to look beyond the limits of musical styles.

    dkk 120/eur 16

    CD