A woman looks sad into the camera. She sings a quiet melody. Suddenly, the Beat is driving, the light is colorful. Yet the mood stays sad, the woman is introspective. But then she begins to dance. From the beginning, so restrained ballad a entschleunigter Electro-Song. 2017 Elder Island uploaded the Song "Bamboo" on Youtube.
The Trio is named for a canadian island, however, comes from Bristol. There, Katy Sargent, Luke Thornton, and David Havard studied at the school of art and celebrated in various Clubs, Techno and Dubstep. In the meantime have strengthened their taste in music, said keyboardist and singer Katy Sargent in conversation with a Blog. "But in Bristol so relaxed, funny and boisterous music and consumed is played, shapes us still."
Bamboo by Elder Island since 2017 on YouTube. Video: YouTube/ElderIslandVEVO
the 2014 published by Elder Island is the eponymous debut EP. You could not listen to the old songs today, said Katy Sargent, most recently, the "Clash Magazine": "you have just been produced." But the slightly clumsy, but fresh Techno-Pop-Songs arrived. As the Band stepped on the accelerator during a rehearsal break, the Radio, heard it happen to your own music.
Later, distant relatives wrote that they had listened to the Songs in the supermarket or at the car. The songs reached suddenly so many people, surprised the Trio. Soon the Englishmen were compared with Romare, Little Dragon, and Bonobo.
Last month, appeared the debut album "The Omnitone Collection". Songs like "the Stranger Exchange", "I Fold You" and "JPP" show how skillfully Elder Island combine Electro, Pop and Techno. Some parts of the Band years and has worked on other week. "Especially for the Party Songs, we usually took less time," says Sargent.
Live, the Band dispensed with the Computer and the played Tracks. "That would break the mood," says Sargent. You and your band mates play the Tracks as far as possible, as for the plate were recorded. Sargent writes: "Finally, the people should know the Songs!"
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Created: 06.03.2019, 12:16 PM