The delicate conceptualisation behind Albrecht La’Brooy’s forthcoming record on Nite Tide is precisely what has made the duo’s output so appealing since 2014. With this release, it will certainly be an insight into their perception of how dance music works as a form of communication, passing information and trading experiences, not limited by the confines of a club space.
Asking of their German label signer Eluize if she could make field recordings from around her adopted home of Berlin, the Melbourne producers formed an EP around the sounds she provided; parks, gardens and train stations that encircle her pedestrian vicinity. The result is much of what you will find on their Analogue Attic Recordings label: gentle deep house that is contemporary in sound, analogue in production but with an emotional nuance omitted from 90% of records found in the same genre.
For label signees to take such an approach to their adopted label from the other side of the world is endearing to say the least and, at it’s most, intelligent and refreshing. We love to play host to anything these guys put out and from the Emissary EP we are premiering the A1, ‘Tempelhof’.