Lassigue Benthaus gets 1991 debut album ‘Matter’ reissued as a 2CD set
The fine label Mecanica has something great up its sleeve. They are going to release a 2CD set of the 1991 Lassigue Benthaus album “Matter”.
“Matter” musically finds itself somewhere between late industrial and electronic body music, yet already anticipating acid and techno.
The recordings and production for “Matter” began in 1986 and took almost 4 years, until the album finally came out in 1991 on the German Parade Amoureuse label. “Matter” as well as its related singles and maxi-singles were recorded and mixed by Tobias Freund (Pink Elln).
This new edition includes all original tracks plus the singles “Automotif”, “Hertz” and some previously unreleased and rare remixes. You can order this excellent new edition right here.
Lassigue Benthaus is the project by German composer, musician and producer of electronic music Uwe Schmidt, also known as Atom™, Atom Heart, or Señor Coconut. He is often regarded as the father of electrolatino, electrogospel, and aciton music. In the nineties, Schmidt moved to Chile and developed part of his career there, adopting the alias Mr. Coconut.
Here’s a preview of what you can find on this classic album.