Experimental sound design, vocals and club music combine on a session from the Hivern Discs duo.

INIT is the collaborative of Berlin-based producers Nadia D’Alò and Benedikt Frey. The duo’s first album, Two Pole Resonance, was released back October 2015 on John Talabot’s Hivern Discs label, showcasing the pair’s love of moody, krautrock-influenced synth compositions, which featured vocals from D’Alò.

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INIT returned to the label late 2020 with their second LP, Gravity. The album saw the duo adopting a more playful approach to songwriting, combining house, techno, post-punk and electro to create a lighter set of than their debut. eclectic style drives INIT’s Patch Notes session, which melds D’Alò’s lyrics with experimental sound design.

The session sees the duo make use of classic gear like Roland’s TR-808 drum machine and SH-101 synth, with contemporary hardware a x0xb0x and SOMA’s Pulsar-23 semi-modular drum machine providing textures.

You can follow INIT on Instagram and SoundCloud, and find their music at Bandcamp.

Watch next: Patch Notes: Luiza Schulz Vazquez

Source: Fact Magazine

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