This summer sees the release of the All This Beauty EP from Madball Scientists, a collaboration between André Lamb from New
Zealand and David Hanke from Germany. They teamed up back in 2007 via MySpace and started building up their songs by
sending parts back and forth.
In summer 2009 they had the chance to meet for the first time in Germany, they locked all the doors, closed the curtains and
weren't seen for two weeks, until they finished their debut album, “Space Tapes”.
The opener “All This Beauty” is a dedication to the beauty of space and comes with a nice groove with a jazzy and bluesy
construct of mellowness. The grandmaster of Downbeat, Jean-Yves Prieur a.k.a. Kid Loco, turned “All This Beauty” more into the
blues corner with his awesome organ and piano-driven remix.
“Sometimes It's Voodoo” shows the scientists love for the occult and ancient parts of music, and comes with some moody vibes
and tough sounding beats, while “Far Out” puts the listener back into deep space with its simple and relaxing beauty.
from All This Beauty EP
released July 15, 2011
Writteny and produced by Andre Lamb & David Hanke
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