TEAC Recording Tomorrow Vinyl Vol.01
KIDSØ (Electronica, DE) - The duo KIDSØ produces danceable melancholy. Or, as Moritz Graßinger (analogue synths, piano, percussions) and Martin Schneider (drums, e-percussions, video installation) sometimes say with a smile: ″electronic music for people who otherwise don‘t listen to electronic music that often″. Sound, as if written for the blue hour of a club night.
Telegraph (Indie/Alternative, FR) - Telegraph traces the course of a youth sailing for an uncertain future, without ever losing hope. Started along the roads of California, the two French cousins and their childhood friend dream of a colourful and unbounded music. The band takes a wistful look on the world and shares the claims of an entire generation.
Tribe Mafia (Hip-Hop, US) -Tribe Mafia is an American hip-hop duo based in Austin, Texas. The duo is internationally known for their debut single ′Like Cola′ from their highly anticipated 2022 album ″It‘s a Tribe Ting″.
Keitu (Neo-Soul, UK) - Keitumetse Molea known as Keitu The Songbird is a South African born R&B/Soul singer and musical theatre performer, who believes in the infinite power of music to heal and unite us all.
Meresha (Pop, PL/DE/US) - Meresha is a creator, performer, singer, multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer with a deep, wide-ranging soulful voice and a quirky sonic vision. She is an #AlienPop innovator; so far the first in the genre. ″Alien Pop″ is like pop, but somehow also out of this world. Fully independent, Meresha‘s music has found a global audience.
Sean Haefeli (New-Jazz, DE) - The uniquely talented, Indianapolis-born, Chicago-chiseled and Berlin-based vocalist/emcee/pianist Sean Haefeli has been on the music scene for two decades. Sean’s music bridges the gap between the classic and cutting-edge. With his distinctive skill set and compositional flare, he inhabits a space all his own.
- FINJA - KIDSØ (3:38)
- DOWN IN THE RIVER - Telegraph (4:25)
- PROBLEMS - Tribe Mafia (2:33)
- KE KAMOO - Keitu (4:33)
- TROUBLE - Meresha (2:42)
- BALANCE - Sean Haefeli (6:05)