Releases from artist / Veröffentlichungen von : Talski
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following up the inaugural release by glos, escapism 002 is a mesmerizing two- tracker by one of leipzig s most talented producers, talski. he is part of the institut fuer zukunft crew, co-runs dur records and also performs rare live sets together with his friend perm as pandt. soothsayer shows why analogue production skills are still highly appreciated in contemporary dance music. by limiting himself to only a few machines, talski manages to create addictive and reduced tracks that focus only on the essentials. this comes especially apparent on soothsayer i which although stripped back, builds tension, has atmosphere and is driving. soothsayer ii is more evolved. straight enough to keep people on the dance floor, yet with a fragile and melancholic beauty to it, that sticks with you long after leaving the club.
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second installment from ours friends at dur records.....
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rivulet 004 is a home run for the young label wich operates between leipzig and berlin. the split-ep comes with 2 tracks by talski and stanley schmidt wich discloses the understanding of electronic music between the antagonism of deep and cheesy, techno and house, melancholia and euphoria that always drove the idea behind the label. stanley schmidt delivers a sample-based deephousetrack, wich opens up from a darker mood to sunshine- inspired >emo-house< using soul-inspired strings and a catchy (but not well known) vocal-snippet by candi staton. >a.brain0030< by talski is a dark, mystical techno-ballad wich comes with a broken beat and a drifting tribal. as always talski proofes his skills by using unusual sounds and a nonconform arrangement, wich always bears the quality of his tracks.
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with *canyons* rivulet records releases another debut from a young artist. niklas krafts aka talski musical roots are basically jazz and freejazz and he is active as a saxophonist and keyboarder in some relevant combos like klinke auf chinch, eder or the niklas kraft quartett to mention only a few. as talski he presents his very own variation of deephouse. doleful chords, cheerful drums, sophisticated sample-work but mainly the sound of his analog hammonds and junos build up the charm of his tracks. it is hard to specify his sound but after all it ranges somewhere between electronica and deephouse. the danceable part of the ep is a classic deep-house remix produced by the leipzig based duo boytalk.