Nick Höppner - Folk mp3 flac download
|Style:||House, Tech House|
|Date of release:||2015|
|MP3 album size:||1988 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1825 mb|
|Digital formats:||DXD AA AU TTA MP1 MP4 ADX|
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Album · 2015 · 9 Songs.
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Nick Höppner will release his first album, Folk, via Ostgut Ton on March 30th. Höppner is a longtime Panorama Bar resident, and until 2012 he was the manager of the club's in-house label, Ostgut Ton. Folk is his first solo album, though he did release an LP as part of the now-defunct My My project back in 2006.
Nick Höppner Work, released 09 June 2017 1. All By Themselves (My Belle) 2. Clean Living w/ Tram 78 3. In My Mind 4. Hole Head 5. The Dark Segment 6. Forced Resonance 7. Fly Your Colours 8. From Up & Down 9. Three Is A Charm w/ Randweg Nick Höppner Work ostgutcd40/lp26 Panorama Bar resident Nick Höppner gets to Work on his second solo album on Ostgut Ton, connecting the territories of House music with the ease of Alt-Pop. The result was his critically acclaimed debut album Folk (Ostgut Ton, 2015), various 12 releases and remixes, and now his sophomore LP, Work, which, more than ever, lays out his refined production skills and his talent to work the machines until they reveal their inner ghosts: nine new songs that now dodge the dance floor, then fully embrace it. On Work, Höppner shows his everlasting lust for musical detail, his increasing technical skills and compositional finesse.
Nick Höppner, as owner of the Berghain-affiliated Ostgut Ton label and a frequent resident DJ in the venue's celebrated Panorama Bar, has been tapping into this craze for over a decade now, and on his debut album, Folk, clearly looks to distill some of that energy onto record. As a title, Folk implies a coming together of people (the term's origin is, after all, the German word volk) in a manner similar to the folk scenes of America in Britain in the sixties.