“sometimes you write songs, the next time you work with sounds and rhythm and from time to time you just seem to record vague impressions, just like an airy breeze finding its way onto tape.”
in the beginning of the 1990s, gunter janssen on guitars, regina janssen on vocals and steffen irlinger on electronic sounds and samples were apart of the german avant-pop scene. after steadily creating over 10 albums, their latest 2005 release slow killer gives a charming, upbeat and melancholy vibe permeated by the sweet vocals that resemble the likeable warm quality of laetitia sadier from stereolab. after a few listens, they’ll definitely bring you inside their own lil dreamworld.
there will always be
so much new to feel
if you dare to