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    New album from Danish dj Kölsch

    Danish dj Rune RK alias Kölsch is back with his forthcoming album 1989 somewhere mid September. I'm not perfectly clear on the specific date. The album will be released on Cologne techno imprint Kompakt as the third album in the trilogy.
    The tech house album "1977" came out in 2013 and two years later followed by the techno album "1983". Personally I'm a huge fan of 1983. It has certain similiarities to the former trance releases on sister label Speicher. All 3 albums are to be seen as autobiographical whereas the last one has a more sentimental grey'ish vibe to it. Several of the future tracks are titlet "grey" in different languages. The album is tackling and focusing on darker childhoold memories such as his parent's divorce and the difficulties within adolescence.

    I find this album and in fact the whole trilogy quite important. This dj has always been a hit banger doing all sorts of interesting and not so interesting electronic music. To be honest. He has been involved in numerous project. All of them leaning towards the happier side of artistic expression one could say. Also the Artifical Funk project together with brother and industrial designer Johannes Torpe are classic fast forward productions. I like it, don't get me wrong.
    Rune RK started playing the drums in various funk bands i early 90s and soon after that he spent three years producing hip-hop tunes for Copenhagen rappers. The funkiness of his releases has always been quite visible. Maybe that is why I find this trilogy so important, because this is something else.
    Please leave a comment when you get a chance to have a listen.


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