Review: Innervisions bosses Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer return as Ame, and present their first full length entitled Dream House - described as a home listening styled journey. The German duo spent three years working on the LP and it features collaborations with legends of German electronic music such as Roedelius and Gudrun Gut, as well as Bolivian singer David Lemaitre and Jens Kuross - who was a member of Wiedemann's other venture The Howling, with Ry Cuming. Highlights include their dramatic collaboration with Matthew Herbert "The Line", the upbeat disco number "Blind Eye" (featuring Planningtorock), the chill balearica of "Positivland" and the evocative/melodic dreamscape of "No War".
Review: Hi tech soul powerhouse Innervisions continues to surprise us. From Marc Houle and Culoe De Song, to Eagles & Butterflies and now fellow Berliner and Keinemusik boss Rampa with the impressive "Hall Of Violence EP. This legend of the scene (real name Gregor Sutterlin) has gone on to release great tracks with studio partner Re.You of late: which many would be familiar with. The mesmerising and evocative title track truly nails the label's vibe; from the rich analogue arpeggios, elevating strings and general retro-futurist tendencies. On the flip, "Bimma" has more adrenaline and even more dancefloor drama to boot on this Afro infused epic, until "Fluke" hammers the message home gloriously with this dark journey track that'll make even the Life & Death camp up their game!