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ARTIST
TITLE
The Devil's Hand
FORMAT
CD

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CATALOG #
LFC 005CD LFC 005CD
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RELEASE DATE
7/3/2012

Since 2006, Pentatones have tinkered with their tessellate electroacoustic sound, in whose center the voice of singer Delhia de France is floating. To friends of club music, she might be known from her collabs with techno producers such as Marlow, Douglas Greed or Robag Whrume. With Pentatones, she combines her emotional timbre in various forms with raw bass lines by Hannes Waldsch├╝tz and analog and electronic beats and samples by Julian Hetztel aka Le Schnigg. Albrecht Ziepert creates melodic moods on the keys, whose appeal one can hardly elude. Their kaleidoscopic arrangements dance between susceptibility and experiment. Enticing pop structures melt with crackling analog electronics -- a mixture laid out to make you alternately dance or chill. Stylistically, their compositions are never predictable. A touch of organic jazz here, a subtle hip-hop allusion there, accompanied by a moving club rhythm structure and Delhia's captivating voice, which sings, then talks, then whispers in the next moment. This is all reflected in their live shows, applauded at festivals such as Sonne, Mond Und Sterne, the Fusion Festival and Ars Electronica. When they sample themselves during their concerts, they modify their sound in real time and vividly re-interpret their songs. This is twisted pop that gets straight under your skin, without any streamlined grooving. You can dance to it, lose yourself in it or step into new worlds.