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Brandt Brauer Frick|Miami

Miami

Brandt Brauer Frick

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On Mr. Machine, Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer, and Paul Frick re-recorded material from their self-sufficient debut with assistance from a ten-piece orchestra. The project turned out to be less a diversion than a point to the trio's future. While Brandt Brauer Frick remain the core, their third album involves several musicians on instruments like tuba and trombone, violin and cello, marimba and vibraphone. They've also added several vocalists -- a move that helps transform their early "techno without the technology" approach into proper song assembly with electronic and acoustic elements. Miami as a theme is peculiar, though the makers say they have an imaginary and superficial version of the city in mind. Judging from the severe, occasionally bleak sound here, BBF didn't spend their brief 2012 visit soaking up freestyle, bass, or Afro-Cuban jazz. It's not like the album's cover could pass as a scene from Occupy Miami, either. The album begins with the creeping and foreboding "Miami Theme," featuring Erika Janunger, whose whispered "Gasp for air/Hold it there/Release the strings" is as chilling as the thunderous blasts of piano and percussion. The chamber techno instrumental "Ocean Drive (Schamane)" somehow lightens the mood while increasing the tension. "Plastic Like Your Mother" is a twisted love song, not a put-down -- a whirlwind of lapping and tapping percussion, deep bass, and escalating strings as Grammy-winning producer Om'Mas Keith gasps, longs, and commands. Throwback soul shouter Jamie Lidell provides another highlight on the agitated "Broken Pieces," one of the album's most moving pieces despite its relatively skeletal makeup of brass and percussion shards, piano flecks, and acidic probing bass. Post-punk pioneer Gudrun Gut appears on the taut, rapid "Fantasie Mädchen" and adds voyeuristic suspense with her single repeated line of "Fantasie mädchen, du rockst meine welt" ("Fantasy girl, you rock my world). The album closes as strongly as it begins with "Miami Titles," a thrilling orchestra-hall-meets-club synthesis from a trio that draws from Mahler, Reich, Mills, and Hood as if they're all part of the same lineage.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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1
Miami Theme feat. Erika Janunger
00:10:27

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Erika Janunger; Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Copyright Control

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

2
Ocean Drive (Schamane)
00:05:28

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Universal Music Publishing GmbH

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

3
Plastic Like Your Mother feat. Om'Mas Keith
00:03:43

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Om'Mas Keith; Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Om'mas Keith Music (ASCAP)

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

4
Skiffle It Up
00:03:29

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Universal Music Publishing GmbH

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

5
Broken Pieces feat. Jamie Lidell
00:04:25

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Jamie Lidell, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Warp Music; EMI Music Publishing

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

6
Miami Drift
00:02:12

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Universal Music Publishing GmbH

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

7
Verwahrlosung feat. Nina Kraviz
00:06:13

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Nina Kraviz; Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Copyright Control

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

8
Empty Words feat. Jamie Lidell
00:04:52

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Jamie Lidell, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Warp Music; EMI Music Publishing

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

9
Fantasie Mädchen feat. Gudrun Gut
00:04:45

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Bodo Elsel, Lyricist - Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Copyright Control

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

10
Miami Titles
00:06:19

Brandt Brauer Frick, Main Artist - Daniel Brandt; Jan Brauer; Paul Frick, Composer - Universal Music Publishing GmbH

2013 !K7 Records 2013 !K7 Records

Descriptif de l'album

On Mr. Machine, Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer, and Paul Frick re-recorded material from their self-sufficient debut with assistance from a ten-piece orchestra. The project turned out to be less a diversion than a point to the trio's future. While Brandt Brauer Frick remain the core, their third album involves several musicians on instruments like tuba and trombone, violin and cello, marimba and vibraphone. They've also added several vocalists -- a move that helps transform their early "techno without the technology" approach into proper song assembly with electronic and acoustic elements. Miami as a theme is peculiar, though the makers say they have an imaginary and superficial version of the city in mind. Judging from the severe, occasionally bleak sound here, BBF didn't spend their brief 2012 visit soaking up freestyle, bass, or Afro-Cuban jazz. It's not like the album's cover could pass as a scene from Occupy Miami, either. The album begins with the creeping and foreboding "Miami Theme," featuring Erika Janunger, whose whispered "Gasp for air/Hold it there/Release the strings" is as chilling as the thunderous blasts of piano and percussion. The chamber techno instrumental "Ocean Drive (Schamane)" somehow lightens the mood while increasing the tension. "Plastic Like Your Mother" is a twisted love song, not a put-down -- a whirlwind of lapping and tapping percussion, deep bass, and escalating strings as Grammy-winning producer Om'Mas Keith gasps, longs, and commands. Throwback soul shouter Jamie Lidell provides another highlight on the agitated "Broken Pieces," one of the album's most moving pieces despite its relatively skeletal makeup of brass and percussion shards, piano flecks, and acidic probing bass. Post-punk pioneer Gudrun Gut appears on the taut, rapid "Fantasie Mädchen" and adds voyeuristic suspense with her single repeated line of "Fantasie mädchen, du rockst meine welt" ("Fantasy girl, you rock my world). The album closes as strongly as it begins with "Miami Titles," a thrilling orchestra-hall-meets-club synthesis from a trio that draws from Mahler, Reich, Mills, and Hood as if they're all part of the same lineage.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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