Since Ameli Paul came together, their sound has been refined and their live performance and studio production constantly evolved, the duo now represent soulful electronic sound ranging from abstract cinematic excursions to more pop song structures.
Now publishing Mycelia, released via Drosssel, the seven-track work features four new original productions from the duo fit, along with a dark and mind-blowing music video and a selection of remixes from two Berlin-based ensembles: Curses and Brigade.
Mycelia is a serious job, carefully cared for, that lends itself to starting it up and not returning to reality until it is finished: the headphones are like the oxygen cylinder that allow you to immerse yourself in the depths of this great sonic rotation, out of this cosmic orbit, and be there in a state of hypnotic fascination. In this world where speed is desperately sought and the attention deficit is so high, such a record will be misunderstood among many people, even dismissed as really important. But you just have to have the patience and the desire to stop, to breathe, to sink into it, to hold out as long as possible and to admire its interior.