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Johannes Brecht & Christian Prommer Release ‘Voix Grave’ On Diynamic Records

Johannes Brecht & Christian Prommer release ‘Voix Grave’ on Diynamic Records

Multitalented musicians Johannes Brecht and Christian Prommer have collaborated on a release inspired on the idea to compose Techno and havit performed by an orchestra.

For the project, Brecht and Prommer met in Berlin several times to compose the music for a concert, make the ensemble recordings, and develop a collective sound, through which the idea obtained its unique style. The result was ‘Voix Grave’.

Both artists created club versions creating a connection to the cover artwork: ‘Portrait 13’ by contemporary English artist Nick Gentry Art. Both, the music and the portrait, work with the utilization of pre-existing elements to create something new. Reciprocity of digital and analogue; visually from floppy disc to paint and musically from classical to electronic sound.

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The original composition features echoing drums, plucked violins and an emotive cello. Whilst it may surprise those who associate Diynamic with its more dancefloor-ready releases, the classical inclusion is a testimony to the label’s forward-thinking approach.

‘Voix Grave’ as a package is an innovative project, with both versions accentuating the qualities of the original whilst providing genuinely club-appropriate takes on the record. It’s further evidence of Diynamic’s commitment to their creative vision, even as the label continues to expand to global proportions.

  1. Johannes Brecht & Christian Prommer – Voix Grave (Johannes Brecht Version)
  2. Johannes Brecht & Christian Prommer – Voix Grave (Christian Prommer Version)
  3. Johannes Brecht & Christian Prommer – Voix Grave

‘Voix Grave’ is already available. Buy here.

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