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  • Release Date 2018-04-27
  • Label Kingdoms
  • Catalog KDS004D
Fresh on Francis Harris Kingdoms imprint comes Adamo Golans seven track LP 'Exile And The New'. Golan is the alter ego of German artist Laurens A. Schmidt who has been pursuing a more clubfocused techno project while developing an ever deeper fascination with experimental music ambient and film scores. Drawing influence from his adopted homes Berlin and currently London the 26yearold has been uncompromisingly trying to develop his own musical voice. 'Exile And The New' expresses this ongoing pursuit and being the first fulllength and first ever release by Adamo Golan marks the start of his most personal project todate. Stretching over seven tracks it touches upon a diverse set of sceneries moods and emotions whilst a distinctive sound design gives the work a subtle framework and guiding thread. 'Fis' starts the proceedings introducing drones and field recordings and enveloping the listener in Golans distinct sound world. 'Just Friends' merges distant snapshots of disembodied vocals with granular sound design and a sense of both space and creeping claustrophobia simultaneously. Its an approach the young producer has mastered 'Replica' maintains an ambience of the deeply personal and a wider hazy focus realised via exquisite melodic fragments against a backdrop of pads and chiming electronics. Title track 'Exile And The New' unfolds around another cinematic world scored via a single stringed instrument static interference and oceans of space. 'Lie to Me' brings a piano refrain to the fore wrapped in luscious ambience and more fragments of a conversation heard through the rain. 'Then Rely On Me' slowly develops out of a haunting atmosphere and finds an uneasy but strangely beautiful flow before 'The Hungry Years' closes out the album as it started floating in space. The 26yearold artist sees the album as a journey that should captivate but never impose itself on the listener. Its a gracious and neighborly invitation to dive in get lost and explore its facets and peculiarities.