Sound Searching: Sinner DC

Sinner DC

When I pressed play, I felt like I was writing in OmmWriter.

More than background music by far, Sinner DC’s seventh album “Future That Never Happened” brings its listeners acoustic tranquility in a time of intense difficulty (Zimmerman verdict). Easily, you can listen through the Swiss trio’s collection of remixes without realizing — and that’s always favorable for us. We listen to music all day. Thankfully, this project includes incredible rearrangements of “Where She Goes”, the second single, created by emerging talent Velveljin (Japan), Lungwah (United Kingdom), Bigeneric (Switzerland) and Colony (Italy). Our favourite has to be Lungwah’s version. It is very different from its original.

If you have a frame of eagerness for this project or you’ve developed a (new) love for house and ambient music, please download the original track for free and purchase the remixes on Sinner DC’s website. We’ll love you for it. If you need more of an incentive, read more about the collaborators on this release via Sinner DC:

[quote]We met Mana Haraguchi and Yohei Yamakado aka Velveljin in Kyoto 4 years ago and fell in love with their electro acoustic aesthetic and minimal universe, always with a subtle and sensitive lyrical aspect.[/quote] Their second album “Nostalghia“, inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s eponymous movie, is now released on neo-classical Noble Records.

James aka Lungwah hails from Wales and was first contacted 2 years ago to collaborate a track to the「A compilation for Japan I」 we curated with Villa Magica. He was also behind the excellent (now defunct) Warm Data label, home of inventive electronic music on the western side of Great Britain.

Behind Bigeneric is Berne-capital-native Marco Repetto, one of the most creative and long-lasting figure in the Swiss music scene. In short, he played in new wave band Grauzone, co-founded acid house label extraordinaire Axodya, had releases on Rephlex and run his own Inzec label. His latest project is called “Alpness“, a delicate ambient infusion of electronics and traditional alpen musik.

Sebastiano navigate the elusive musical unit Colony from Verona since 2007 and also joined the 「A compilation for Japan I」. His latest release is a “via email” collaboration with Akito Misaki and because Sebastiano likes to share and communicate with you, this and all previous releases are free to download. A taste of his forthcoming album can also be find here.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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