Your indecisiveness is now Damiano Von Erckert’s problem, and he’s determined to solve it. In Case You Don’t Know What to Play (the album) accompanies In Case You Don’t Know What to Watch (the film) and In Case You Don’t Know What to Look At (the art installation). Eminently danceable, the style of the album traces various scenes from around the world between house, techno and even Avalanches-esque sample romance.
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Damiano Von Erckert Has been fast getting reputation as a unique talent in the world of dance music. He wants to make people happy which, in 2017, is a very good thing to do. He uses all manner of sounds from around the globe to create his pulsating opuses, most notably on opener 'From thew Sun', which uses samples from where people are happy and sing and dance and don't rely on their happiness come from the checking of a phone. Listening to this yesterday I couldn't hear the Avalanches influences talked about in the press blurb but now I hear it crystal clear in the cut and splice good time of 'Tribute to a Hero'. The album is truly all over the blinking place. There's bits I don't like so much but then something else comes along which excites me. I like the subtle thump of 'Tokio 1987' which manages to be both downbeat and uplifting at the same time.
There's lots of great housey vibes here. I'm loving 'All Night Long' with it's marvellous housey piano riff which swirls into view over some thumping beats then a fascinating vocal sample is introduced and the whole thing makes you want to go mental in the Boiler Room. It makes for a great and varied album blending house and electronica into exciting new shapes. Uplifting and feel good in mood, it might even make you forget about Donald Trump for a split second. Oh... ruined it.
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