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Johannes Motschmann takes inspiration from Berlin on the classical /electronic ‘Headland’

Johannes Motschmann takes inspiration from Berlin on the classical /electronic ‘Headland’


Berlin composer Johannes Motschmann has an album Electric Fields out tomorrow on Neue Meister worldwide.

Joined by multipercussionist David Panzl and tonmeister Boris Bolles, Motschmann’s electro-acoustic brings classical and synthesizer electronics together on an album that is inspired by the city he lives in, the place where his work is also played by orchestras on a large-scale.

Motschmann inspired by Tangerine Dream and German forefathers has crafted a deft collection of shimmering neo-classical electronica.

‘Headland’ from the album, is reminscent of Kiasmos in its glacial vista made of electronics and orchestrals.

Johannes Motschmann - Electric Fields - Headland

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