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Kölsch Showcases His Production Skills With New Album ‘Now Here No Where’

Kölsch has released his long awaited forth LP, following the acclaimed album trilogy 1977, 1983 and 1989. Kölsch expands on his already notable legacy with his brilliant new collection.

A twelve-track sonic diary composed of meticulously rendered techno, Now Here No Where is a deeply personal release that sees the Danish DJ and producer charting new terrain. The strings of contemporary classical composer Gregor Schwellenbach feature throughout the LP, including in the urgent beauty of opener ‘Great Escape’. Then comes the orchestral grace of ‘Shoulders Of Giants’, the first of six tracks on the album that have been released as singles across 2020. Further singles come in the form of the trance-indebted ‘Sleeper Must Awaken’, cinematic ‘Time’ in collaboration with Brooklyn duo Beacon, hypnotic, Gregorian chant-utilising ‘Glypto’, fluttering piano chords of the LP’s title track and dancefloor-oriented ‘While Waiting For Something To Care About’.

The 12 records exemplify Kölsch’s immaculate production abilities and bring much needed positivity into 2020. This is an album best enjoyed in one sitting, from track 1 to 12.

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