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Concerts & DJs


(Ghostly International / DE)

Friday 13 02:40h - 03:40h
Sónar by NightSonarClub - LIVE
As cold as ice
Recondite is the alter ego of the German producer Lorenz Brunner, noted for his sensitivity to the deeper, melancholic and intimate side of electronica. Collector and music lover, Brunner turned producer just three years ago. Despite this, he is already considered to be a staple artist of the Berlin scene and his quality and versatility place him ahead of many other accomplished musicians with more comprehensive discographies. Recondite opened Plangent Records in 2011 as a platform to launch his own productions. 3 ultra delicate deep house limited edition EPs were released catching the attention of Scuba, who just recently included the track "Backbone" in his DJ Kicks mix. "On Acid" (his first album) brought together minimalist experiments using the Roland 303 synthesizer and was released in 2012 by Acid Test. A year later followed EP "EC10" (Dystopian) and caused a significant stir, with one of the album's songs "Cleric" frequently played at clubs and festivals by the likes of DJs Dixon and Marcel Dettmann. "Hinterland", (his second album, published by prestigious American label Ghostly International) is inspired by the ecosystem of Bavaria, the region in Germany where he spent his childhood. It is a slow form of techno and house, textured with frozen and bleak landscapes such as the one evoked by its title. It also contains various field recordings made ​​during his most recent visits to the area.

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