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'Think About Tomorrow & How To Build It'   

-  Label: 'Bureau B'
-  Genre: 'Pop' -  Release Date: '10th November 2017'

Our Rating:
Andreas Spechtl re-located to Tehran to make this album which seems a little extreme but on the evidence of this stonkingly good record I am pretty glad he did.

I don't really want to dissect it too much for fear of detracting from the magic of it but anyone with even a passing interest in the possibilities of electronic music (actually music in general) should pull up a chair and listen to this album immediately!

If I went through all the influences and sounds at play on this album you might get the impression of someone throwing the kitchen sink at it but it comes across as a very well thought out and structurally (unlike this sentence - ed.) uncluttered piece.

These different sounds are thrown at different tracks with a specific purpose, rather than at every single one. Another thing to notice about this album is how ram-jammed with hooks it is and although it is mostly instrumental, tunes seem to surface throughout. Andreas does lend his vocals here and there and whilst he might not be a vocalist there is an air of humability about his work. I would love to hear him do a lyrical pop song album along the same lines as this one.

If all this isn't enough some of these tracks would probably even work in a club environment, although admittedly not a banger/monster type club. And if you don't believe what I'm saying then listen to "The Age Of Ghost" followed by "2016" and "Things", then see how you get on with the rest of it.
  author: Leo Newbiggin

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SPECHTL, ANDREAS - Think About Tomorrow & How To Build It