Sunday 26. March, 2017 : Ingo Vogelmann @ circle, Ibiza Radio 1, Ibiza, Spain
– Showtime 11:00
1 hour DJ set by Ingo Vogelmann | from http://bit.ly/2kHnsET
I have a few new things to update you on.
- I have a new bio! No, really. It’s good, I love it. It’s the best bio God has ever created, it’s amazing, it’s terrific.
- Finalizing the album takes longer than wished, because I’ve been swamped with a gazillion tasks from my quadrillion jobs I (pretend to) have. But (!) on one hand it’ll be finished later, on the other you will have it earlier, because I found a very nice solution for how to deliver it to you. More on this in another post. In case you haven’t listened to the little medley I’ve put together, here it is:
During my visit for a gig in Berlin last week I’ve found the time to (finally!) collaborate with my good friend, legend and all-over genius Bernhard Wöstheinrich (you have to check out his stuff, trust me!). Not only has it been a wonderful time with someone I dearly cherish, we’ve also worked on 3 tunes that sound crazy awesome (more is planned, of course), and the titles and the name for our new project are just as promising (and weird) as the music itself. Bernhard’s almost impossible wizard-like contributions to the project are, well … almost impossible to describe. The wizardry is strong on this one, that’s for sure. We will reveal details on this as soon as we can. And maybe — we really don’t know that, yet — we even perform our stuff live. Like in “playing instruments on stage”. First, let’s finish that music. Also, we are looking for the right label for this. Early interest is welcome.
- New gigs all across Europe are in the making. That means, basically: words are being talked. As you know, this doesn’t always result in satisfying results. Plus, right now I really need to get my shit together, regarding finishing the album, which has top priority. In case you’re a promoter, we’re always happy about your interest in booking me, though.
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Release Date: 09-01-2016
01. Hubert Gomez – Death Lurks (Original Mix)
02. Hubert Gomez – Death Lurks (Petar Dundov Remix)
03. Hubert Gomez – Death Lurks (Izakaya Deployment Remix)
Peruvian producer Hubert Gomez has appeared on Fade Recordings and No Signal, and now makes his debut on Sudbeat.
‘Death Lurks’ is a warm tinkling affair, with its infectious stabs setting the pace, as blips and bleeps and an underlying arp add extra layers. A slight wonkiness adds to the mystique of this gem, as its subtly bobs along. A voice like synth line creates more tension and adds to its rich sound. This is most certainly a sophisticated track that does the business for sure.
Picking up the pace and adding a darker layer, Petar Dundov casts a melodic, yet moody shadow across proceedings. Tougher and intense vibes are order of the day here as the bubbling bass meets the riff thats been accentuated and used to the full here as we are treated to a master class of how to remix a track and make it your own. Its a biggie.
Fellow Peruvian Izakaya Deployment takes on the second remix, and delivers a restrained and beautiful workout, utilising the melodics from the original, and expands creating a wondrous emotive melting pot. A tasty touch up that gels this EP together nicely.
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“Amongst the hundreds of songs I have written over the years, ‘Routine’ has a very special place. It’s a deeply sad story of loss and denial, but at its conclusion the clouds lift and there is acceptance at least. Having worked with her on 3 previous videos, I knew as soon as I wrote it that it was perfect for Jess to do something amazing with. Even then nothing prepared me for the organic beauty and power of the film she made, a painstaking labour of love that took her months to produce. When we play the song live I look out into the audience and see people swept away with emotion at the combination of music and animation. To find poetry and beauty in sadness is a wonderful thing I think” – Steven Wilson
Directed by Jess Cope
The speech in its entirety is worth this post, but what struck me like lightning was the final sentence, a quote by Carrie Fisher:
“Take your broken heart, make it into art.”