Austria based duo Klangkarussell is one of the hottest EDM acts around. The band broke into the mainstream when they released their hit track ‘Sonnentanz’ which turned out to become a No.1 hit in the Netherlands. They are also behind the masterpiece ‘Ghostkeeper,’ which you should definitely check out if you haven’t already. After releasing their remix of Camo & Krooked’s ‘Slow Down’ (featuring ROBB) in March 2018, the guys took a break only to return back stronger with their release ‘Comoros’ in September 2019. The duo now just released Klangkarussell – Shipwreck and, as expected, it is another mesmeric banger. Issued by Bias Beach Records, it is an emotive release that features a beautiful blend of uplifting and invigorating elements, making it a perfect pick for listeners to include it in their progressive house playlists.
Klangkarussell – Shipwreck is the kind of song to listen to while cruising on the highway during a stunning sunset. The song radiates with vibrant energy and offers a feel-good vibe to the listener. It has an hypnotic rhythm and is constructed in a way that tranquilizes your mind and body. What adds sweetness to the track is the heart touching vocals that immediately grip your attention, reminding you of someone special. Released on Bias Beach Records, this track will certainly stand out in your progressive house playlist.
Every verse of Klangkarussell – Shipwreck has been crafted masterfully. This song is rich in stomping beats and trance-inducing melodies that will put you under a spell. Plus, the irresistible vocals will do its part in transcending you to a blissful musical journey. It’s the effortless flow of springing basslines and subtly synth with warm piano keys that will bring the hidden pain on the surface. This Bias Beach Records release is extremely catchy and reflects the duo’s creative brilliance as composers.
Delivering a smooth, mellow, and introspective sound, Klangkarussell really impressed us once more with their emotional track, ‘Shipwreck.’ It encapsulates the memories of loneliness, longing, and true love. The song ends unexpectedly, on a questioning note that leaves the listener anticipating more. ‘Shipwreck’ is an impressive track and a worthy addition to your progressive house playlist.
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More About Klangkarussell:
Klangkarussell returned last September with ‘Comoros’, their first new music in over 2 years, and the debut release on their new label, Bias Beach. ‘Comoros’ followed a summer of standout festival performances and sold out headline shows that saw them play to crowds in the UK (sold out Night Tales London), Europe (including taking the Saturday night honours at Benicassim), Beirut and South America.
This January, Tobi and Adrian played another sold out headline show at Night Tales London (which saw queues around the block), with further DJ dates in Europe and beyond. Forthcoming shows have been cancelled and rescheduled where possible due to coronavirus. They’ll join Booka Shade at London’s Electric Brixton on 9 October for their next UK performance.
Klangkarussell, which translates to English as “Sound Carousel” — were formed in Salzburg, Austria by Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held. Both respected producers in their own right, they first broke through with the jazz-tinged instrumental club record ‘Sonnentanz’, which reached the Top 10 singles chart in 6 different countries, including No.1 in The Netherlands. Like many dance artists faced with unexpected success, a record they’d written for their own DJ sets had taken on a life of it’s own, and when a vocal version – retitled ‘Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine)’ and featuring British soul singer Will Heard – was released the following summer, the track charted in both the UK and Ireland, going on to become one of the biggest dance records of this decade (despite the pair shunning all publicity).
Following the success of ‘Sonnentanz’, the duo then released their second single, ‘Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain)’, featuring vocalist Tom Havelock, and which also became a hit. Klangkarussell’s debut album, ‘Netzwerk’, appeared soon after and sporting the singles ‘Hey Maria’ and ‘In the Crowd Alone’ appeared in 2016, followed by ‘Time’, ‘Circuits’, and ‘Good to Go’ in 2017.
After spending the last two years on the road, the duo’s second album is now within their sights. Musically, and with the type of creative freedom they had during their initial rise to fame, both Tobi and Adrian have entered a new decade exactly where they want to be.