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New Music Highlights – 20th of January 2017: Trentemøller, Schnipo Schranke, Schrottgrenze
here are our highlight releases from the 02nd of Dezember to 09th of Dezember.
This week we have a lot of new releases by Trentemøller,Schrottgrenze, Schnipo Schranke, and many more …
This is it? Not really. Have fun with our other highlight releases listed here.
We hope you enjoy and all the best
One Eye Open (In My Room)
One Eye Open is the first track of the latest Trentemøller album Fixion now finally released as a single with a pair of killer remixes in support.
Glitzer auf Beton (Tapete Records)
German Punk Veterans ‘Schrottgrenze’ are back with their new LP called ‘Glitzer auf Beton’ – be aware it’s their first one in over a decade!
Rotterdam (feat. Anouk) [Grand Hotel Van Cleef]
Singer / Songwriter
A New Single of Grand Hotel’s Patrick Richardt.
Stars (Buback Tonträger)
The new single of Alternative Duo ‘Schnipo Schranke’ and their new LP ‘Rare’ is just around the corner!
Mountain (Vild Music)
Following the success of his previous EP and single releases, Finnish multi-instrumentalist and indie pop wizard Jaakko Aukusti returns with his debut album, Mountain, set to drop on January 20th 2017 through VILD Recordings.
On the Floor (TRAD VIBE)
The Venice Beach producer is back with a sensual Disco EP!
The End (Salomo)
JOBE The End is the first imprint of the newly developed techno label Salomo and it already sounds very promising.
Best of Blu Music (Blu Music)
Blu Music has produced seceral chart topping hits over the years. After 8 years strong, we are excited to finally unveil our favourite records from our imprint, showcasing ‘The Best of Blu Music’.
Streetlife Remixes, Pt. 2 (ITALIC recordings)
Electronic / Downbeat / Dance
Von Spar has again asked two of their favourite producers to remix songs from their album “Streetlife”. Portable transforms the afro-jazzy “Ahnherr Der Schwätzer” with his longing voice, cold machine rhythms and fine synth melodies into a pulsating House-Not-House sensation. The Maghreban formed the pop ballad “Try Though We Might” into a dark psychedelic monster that combines acidified synth lines and hexed singing. Two edits with strong knock-on effect!