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In No One's Shadow
The truly hyped phenomenon that is known as Germany's Kaiserdisco presents their first full-length album. Minimal without being boring, trippy without being predictable, unafraid of melody, ethno sounds or vocals and with a sophisticated, super-strong production, this is the trademark of Kaiserdisco. As their name reveals, Kaiserdisco is about the disco, the club, the hysteria, the nightlife. It is about creating a good vibe, putting a smile on people's faces, making things happen. In No One's Shadow features 10 new, unreleased tracks, plus their biggest hit "Aquja" and "Carachillo." Amazing sound design, funky and ear-catching leads, coupled with sophisticated arrangement nuances make In No One's Shadow a unique dancefloor journey. The album starts with the warm-hearted "Tripping Lure," a Balearic breakbeat track that introduces wonderful string arrangements and vocal snippets, making it a perfect opener for their album. "In No One's Shadow" carries this feeling a step further, introducing a deep Latin-flavored house track with reminiscences to nostalgic New York house music, crediting the wild pitch sound as much as Crystal Waters or Armand van Helden. "Dance On The Moon" is a twisted, Chicago-flavored tune, sci-fi funk influences working on the mental side of things, reminding us of Green Velvet or Grand Detroit Pubahs. "Simplistix" is the most "Kaiser"-sounding track, playful, restless, and full of joy, with some haunting vocals. It nicely blends wild percussion, vocals and squawking synths into an action-packed, yet equally sublime journey.