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All the Unknown

by Grandbrothers

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ridd-pr This may end up being the best electronic album I'll hear all year. Lush, beautiful melodies, all so easy on the ears, there's also lots of emotion here. Enthralling work. Favorite track: Organism.
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rvss.eel Piano-driven electronic music that is equally uplifting and calming. This is a surprise standout for me and highly recommended listening while: making dinner with a glass of wine and/or a loved one, driving on pavement, hosting friends (who don't share your taste for metal), working at a desk, practicing yoga. Favorite track: Organism.
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Stephen Savage A groovy, elegant prism of sounds, full of enticing textures and thoughtfully constructed melodies that carry you through their world of shadow, light, and their interplay. Favorite track: Shorelines.
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Howth 03:11
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What We See 05:32
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Umeboshi 00:53
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Four Rivers 05:49
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Shorelines 04:58
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Auberge 05:35
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Organism 04:15
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Silver 05:02
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Black Frost 04:53
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Unrest 05:35
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On the leafy cover for their third album, All The Unknown, Grandbrothers invite the spectator to peer through the thick foliage of a hawthorn bush, seemingly powered by a similar sense of curiosity that informed their exploratory new record. Ditching the restrictions of their former setup, with their new record the Turkish-German / Swiss duo took a leap into the dense unknown—and landed on their feet.

The album maps out a wide-open soundworld of compositional possibilities for pianist Erol Sarp and producer / electronic engineer Lukas Vogel, who have been putting their modern and unique electronic spin on prepared piano since first forming in 2012. Forgoing the need to play every single note live, this new album sees the pair juxtapose the old and new once again, venturing further into the electronic cosmos armed with a grand piano, self-built computer-controlled mechanics, and a new sense of latitude.

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released January 15, 2021

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Grandbrothers Düsseldorf, Germany

Grandbrothers are Erol Sarp and Lukas Vogel. After meeting at university in Dusseldorf, Erol and Lukas formed Grandbrothers to tie together their respective musical backgrounds and disciplines: Erol is a trained jazz pianist, while Lukas constructs synthesizers at Access Music. Together, they create a sound that combines classical composition with modern, experimental production and sound design. ... more

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