To the east of Germany, the clocks tick differently, a good breeding ground for subcultures, where bored and Danilo Roost with his Project Second Planet, the minimalists Electro (pop) served, the particular to the program from publishers such as nuclear row, loyalty to loyalty & Enfant Terrible, but reminds of SkullLine finds its way to the light, where one "Working Processing" a little "enclave" in the midst of a martialen superiority.
Equal to the unimaginative, but effective, minimal electro / Flexipop the 80s, heard in "Working Processing" 17 pieces, declaring the foreign consumer guarantees as monotonous scene will love this music, however fetishists. For occasional splashes of color provide a typical woman's voice (Christa Ho) and light martial excursions, which fall in the overall impression of little consequence. For those preferring analog synthesizers fare including a supercooled male voice line will be in "Working Processing" Second Planet is a prime example of the innovation (almost) shy away completely and indulges in only the past in which "we" often society and church and no future (just as occurred !) spoke of timeless themes seems to me, otherwise they appeared 25 years later not (partially) again in the mostly German-language texts of Second Planet. Of course, let the Saxony-Anhalt of former greats such as DAF, Clan Of Xymox influence, etc.; similarities heavily on current formations of Brigade Rosse, Bacterial Infection & MASSENDEFEcT, thus, estimating the first not self-published-released album of Second Planet is simple .
Anspieltipps offers "Working Processing" a lot, just who minimal electro (like me) heard in too large doses is likely to be supersaturated still, so the choice is difficult and "Error Situation" (Earwig), which every tea dance for such sounds came to boil!
From Electric Tremor country er Saxony-Anhalt, the inclined customers expect mostly very attractive artists, including Danilo Roost with Second Planet is one that begins with "Working Processing" a "down-home" minimal electro album features should retest the fetishists that direction necessarily - my absolute recommendation!
review from : KulturterrorismusRating: [5 of 5 Stars!]