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Daniel Brandt & Eternal Something

Support: Daniel Thorne (AUS, Erased Tapes)
(DE/UK, Erased Tapes)
Wed 13.2.19 / 20:00
electronic, minimal, experimental

Please note that this concert, initially planned on 06.10.18 at 21:00, has been postponed to 13.02.19 at 20:00. Our ticket office will get in touch with the ticket holders.

* pre-sale: 14€ / box office: 15€

Venue: Klub

EN Daniel Brandt, London and Berlin-based producer and co-founder of Germany’s electroacoustic ensemble Brandt Brauer Frick, released his solo debut album Eternal Something with Erased Tapes in 2017. During the making of the record, Brandt travelled across the world experimenting with various other artists and different instruments. From his father’s cabin in the German countryside with access to nothing but cymbals, to being surrounded by guitars in Joshua Tree, his unexpected journey soon progressed into what became his first solo album.

Having toured Eternal Something extensively with a band of the same name last year, Brandt wasted no time getting to work on the follow-up record, Channels, released in late 2018. While Eternal Something captured a contemplative kind of isolationism, Channels is an album that captures the essence of minimalism whilst lending it to a more playful context.

Support: Daniel Thorne
Australian-born, Liverpool-based composer, saxophonist and founder of Immix Ensemble, Daniel Thorne will be in Luxembourg to present his powerful debut solo album Lines of Sight a full month before its release on Erased Tapes.

Thorne describes the material from his upcoming release as «inspired by birds-eye aerial images and the idea of perspective − how something incredibly complex like a river or the surface of the ocean is reduced to a simple line or shape when viewed from the heavens. The line between natural and man-made becomes increasingly blurred.» Lines of Sight is Thorne’s attempt at capturing what the birth (or death) of a planet might sound like.

Daniel Brandt & Eternal Something
Daniel Brandt © Özge Cöne
Daniel Thorne © Alex Kozobolis