Guido Möbius “How To Never Make Up” Video filmed by Super 2000, directed and edited by Frank Zerban, premiere by groove.de

A west german town in the late nineties. Passers by distroy musical instruments while passing by, smashing guitars on the sidewalk, in front of the bus stop, in a tunnel. Their bodies are trapped in micro loops. They have to repeat their movements over and over again.
The film maker Frank Zerban filmed these scenes back in the days together with Jan Litzinger, Sascha Köth and Manuel Hernandez y Nothdurft under the Moniker Super 2000. The track „How To Never Make Up“ was released on „a million magnets“ (emphase records / a-Musik), the new album of Guido Möbius.

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Guido Möbius‘ new album „a million magnets“ out now on emphase records / a-Musik

Much of a million magnets sounds as if Möbius has left the music to its own devices. As if he has given it space instead of closing it in and channelising. Little seems to be organised, reflected or calculated. Rather it booms and pulses and chugs and swells.
This album features Andrea Belfi, Jana Plewa, Ansgar Wilken and Yuko Matsuyama.
www.guidomoebius.com
www.emphaserecords.com

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F.S.Blumm’s new album „Kiss Dance Kiss“ will be fully instrumental again. Out on September the 9th 2022.

On his new album “Kiss Dance Kiss” F.S.Blumm remains unmistakably himself, even if he assembles dubinfected, saturated, overdriven instrumental tracks. It may be his signature guitar sound, the disarmingly straightforward melodies, or the irresistible groove: This groove is compelling but unobtrusive. Three, sometimes four notes create timeless melodies. F.S.Blumm unleashes his love for beats and dub by allowing the bone-dry riddims to dive deeply into the genre typical echo-chamber, combined with sweet guitar arpeggios and melodic basslines. These are friendly dub monsters.

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QUASI DUB DEVELOPMENT new album QDD 3 out now! new video HEAVEN’S GATE feat. LEE „SCRATCH“ PERRY out now!

The QUASI DUB DEVELOPMENT (QDD) was founded around 2010 on a sardinian beach by Luca Fadda and F.S. Blumm. The QDD love Dub and play it by hand with their many instruments and live effects. The band works as a worldwide, modular project: Luca Fadda uses electrified trumpet in New York and F.S.Blumm plays guitar and self-built instruments in Berlin. Jason Candler is staying steadily tuned to the saxophone and co-composes the horn-section. The new QDD rhythm section is based in Barcelona: Corrado Loi on bass and Giorgio Fausto Menossi on drums.

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