"Normally I know that high expectations kill the vibe, so I always try to walk my way open minded and don’t expect anything special from the future, but this time I couldn’t help it. When the Robot told me that she wanted me to play the sunrise set and that we will be connected with the Mayan Warrior soundsystem, I could feel it already in Berlin a full three weeks before… Then when I finally took the bus over to Robot Heart it was even better than in my craziest expectations. This gig was by far the most emotional gig I have ever played. All I can say is thank you, I am even more happy now to be born on this weird planet which can be really beautiful sometimes, when you give it chance to be free. Thank you you for dancing with me and giving me so much Love. So here is my try to give something back.
(This set includes only sounds, samples, synths, basses, pianos, vocals and lyrics which are created, recorded and arranged by Jan Blomqvist, Felix Lehman & Ryan Mathiesen. Except the vocals at Dancing People are never wrong and one tiny vocal sample in the last track, you'll recognize it)"
Drift | Empty Floor | Black Hole Nights | Something Says I Don’t Think About You | Dark Noise |Back In The Taxi | Dancing People Are Never Wrong | More | Unreleased Last Track
Photo: Seth Bunting
Art piece: Awakening
The human body is the most highly engineered object in existence, a machine of uncountable parts and unfathomable function. Its workings have served as inspiration for all of humanity's greatest inventions. This work is an homage to the two most amazing mechanisms in that machine: the human eye and hand. The head is a 16 foot camera obscura demonstrating the ray optics principals underlying the spherical lensed eye humans posses and the hands are actuated mimicking the tendons and bones of the body. Together they represent what separates life from the rest of the universe, the ability to observe the world around us and manifest change in that world.
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