Moody Berlin/London post-punk duo Lea Porcelain features producer Julien Bracht and vocalist/instrumentalist Markus Nikolaus, a pair of musicians and friends who joined forces after finding individual success. Bracht grew up in Spain, France, and Germany, learned to play drums when he was six, and had begun his career as a techno producer by the time he was 16, while Nikolaus forged a solo career as an indie musician and also played with the group the Waves & Us. Nikolaus and Bracht met in 2012 at the famed club Robert Johnson in their hometown of Frankfurt and hit it off, though it took them a year to work together as Lea Porcelain. The duo established themselves at FUNKHAUS, a former Soviet-supervised broadcasting house that was transformed into the world's biggest recording studio, practice space, and performance venue. Lea Porcelain released their debut EP, Out Is In, via Kobalt in April 2016; just over a year later, the full-length Hymn to the Night appeared. ~ Heather Phares
19 álbumes ordenados por Más premiados
Afinar mi búsqueda
Novedades Ant. Sig.
vie Qobuz | KOKOKO!, el mundo del bricolaje electromié Qobuz | Chick Corea vuelve al jazz latinomar Qobuz | Black Keys, retorno a los orígenes
lun Qobuz | Willie Nelson, country a los 86vie Qobuz | Black Midi, demoledoresjue Qobuz | Calexico e Iron & Wine, en el mismo barco
mié Qobuz | Max Jury, menos country, más groovymar Qobuz | Madonna en clave Xjue Qobuz | El Boss, intemporal
mar Qobuz | Jamie Cullum ha crecidolun Qobuz | Lise Davidsen, una voz majestuosavie Qobuz | ¡Avicii vive!