Juan Mendez’s techno origins stretch back to the late 90s, when he put up cutting edge minimal labels like Cytrax and Delay, along with Steve Tang and Kit Clayton. His Silent Servant moniker finally came up in 2006 when joining the acclaimed Sandwell District collective, making a mark with his dark and simmering sound aesthetics.
Âme are fabulous explorers. Hailing from Karlsruhe in Schwarzwald, Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer constantly broadened the horizon of house and techno. Spanning from the cold machine funk of Detroit to the high-flying house sounds of Jersey and the krauty side of German electronics, they’ve created a vibe that is truly special.
I am constantly sharing music with my friends. This way I’m able to listen to music outside my bubble, which is a priceless gift. This LP was given to me by my friend Karim and is without any doubt a very important one to ambient music.
It’s one of my favorite albums that I listen to all the time, on the train, during bed, especially i like to listen to while I cook and also my favorite to listen to a Friday after work before the weekend begins or a Sunday as the weekend ends.