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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved 16 September How does it come that two persons from the first view coming from such musically different styles make music together? Angourie, New South WalesYowling. We also figured out that we had a lot of same influences in making our own solo music.
So it takes so much effort to make it sound the way we want it to sound. An artist friend of ours, Coco from Vienna, he made these crystals for us. We were at the Bodensee at a farm and we only got one microphone and … Frank: We have so many friends who are doing amazing music and we wanted to get them together in a beautiful space.
The title track charted in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. We are like mirrors to each other.
What kind of electronic? But actually how it comes that we listen to the same music but do different music in the end is interesting and then putting that together is also pretty interesting. And so that allowed us to speak the same language. It was very natural. Infectious Music UK Format: We both see the same way about music.
Was it hard for you ru find this intersection between your musical styles? We play a song and then at a certain moment we all know that we have freedom and we explore that freedom rj like five minutes.
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This kind of electronic. There is not just this obvious thing.
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It takes a lot of time and energy to take something that you have recorded in the studio and find out how to play it live. I mean wieemann problem is always the financial limitations. Yeah, a huge one. Pop-writers write lyrics for everybody else but that to me is abstract.
They released an album titled Liminal. And we recorded somewhere and later on we come and revisit that. I bought the vinyl version of your record and there are these stones everywhere.
Was it hard for you to transfer your music on stage? This page was last edited on 27 Novemberat We talked about perspective and challenging the eye and playing with the environment.
He frajk pop structures with repetition howlong grows devotional, obsessive, hypnotic".