Dub Spencer & Trance Hill feat. Umberto Echo - Imago Cells Tour 13.01.24 in Berlin, Badehaus
Tickets – Dub Spencer & Trance Hill feat. Umberto Echo - Imago Cells Tour Berlin
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Dub Spencer & Trance Hill have been in the music business for about 20 years and are still as hungry as acaterpillar in the leaf forest. Supposedly, the dub component has always dominated, no matter if it wasmixed humorously intelligent with Christmas carols, spoken word or Italowestern.
But the electronic, the psychedelic, the "trance" always played an important role in the work of the Eu-rope-wide known Swiss band, which led live to sweaty shows of the special class.special class. Now, finally, this facet gets its due place on the new, twelfth longplayer of the quartet:"Imago Cells" is the name of the album and marks a metamorphosis.
"Imago cells are responsible for a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. At first they have no function, areeven blocked. But they manage to win the old cells for themselves and create new life: That served us asa starting point for the new record."The analogy of imago cells is also used in revolutionary events: An old system has tobe overcome sothat something more beautiful can emerge. Now it's not that Dub Spencer & Trance Hill want to over-come their dubby roots.
But it's in the nature of the four Lucerne-based musicians to climb unknownbranches, which is why they are exploring the "trance" in their own band name for the first time.Masi Stalder (eb), Markus Meier (g) as well as Julian Dillier (dr) stay true to their instruments and leavedrum machines or computers aside for the time being-only Philipp Greter (keys) has acquired a new,stately synthesizer collection. And yet the quartet plays music here that was previously reserved fortheir live gigs.
"The "trance" in the band name stands for the electronic part of our sound. Although this has hardlyever appeared on a recordoccurred on a record, but it was always there-like the imago cells. We wantto explore that now."So out of the old comes the new, and so the dub merges with electronic dance music, or better: "trancemusic"? Tracks like "Trance Plane", "Fugu" or the curious-grandiose Oriental-5/4-piece "Dubai Market"are clearly in the sign of the up-tempo and invite to rave. Furthermore, the sound has become evenmore bassy and psychedelic, but without losing the organic touch. The four musicians went to the le-gendaryWinterthur Hardstudios to hone the sound aesthetics