Schnell & Langsam – MX1 (EP – Schnell & Langsam)

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Genre/Influences: Electro, Body-Pop.

Format: Digital.

Background/Info: Schnell & Langsam is a side-project by Patenbrigade: Wollf-members ‘Samuel Schnell’ and ‘Lionel Langsam’ aka Sven Wolff and Lance ‘Marshall’ Murdock.  Their songs are only titled as numbers and colors; the tracks in blue for fast tracks, red for slow songs and green for mid-tempo cuts. So far they released one album and three singles.

Content: This EP features 3 songs and 3 alternate ‘vinyl’ edits. The songs are instrumentals versions revealing an open-minded electronic sound which is pretty space-like and like mixing elements of Electro-Pop and EBM. The bpm’s remain rather low although you get stuff to dance here.

+ + + : This is an interesting side-project unleashing an exciting new work. I like the very own sound of this project -which reveals a few Patenbrigade: Wolff elements. Both versions of “60 (Klee)” are pretty danceable creating the illusion to dance among the stars. There’s definitely something interesting to say about each song.

– – – : The only little regret I have is that some songs feel like they are crying for vocals and/or a few spoken samplings.

Conclusion: This is a project we’d better keep an eye on and especially if you’re in search of ‘different’ Electro music.

Best songs: “60 (Klee)”, “60 (Klee) – Vinyl Crackling Version”, “32 (Radiom)”.

Rate: 7½.

Artist: https://schnellundlangsam.com / www.facebook.com/schnellundlangsam

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