Waving Not Drowning (2)
Isolda Edda Mac Liam, Robert Edwin Feuchtl Mato
Дискография Waving Not Drowning (2):
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When Bob Humid, one of the most profiled producers in the Cologne electronic music scene and former third of the Electronic Body Music / Kunstlied-Formation “Der Liederkranz” in the late 1980s, teams up with Edda, who wasn’t around much back then, but has been making herself a name in the last few years as resident dj, burlesque performer and just overall artist, expertise and inquisitiveness collide. Bob (also known as Robert Feuchtl) was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, but grew up in Germany for most of the time. Edda’s provenance is similarly obscure, blending a pint of irish blood and an ounce of teutonic heritage with a french origin. Both share a love for danceable but clever music and are just as well shapeshifters in terms of style as accquainted with time travelling, flirting exceedingly with both futuristic and retro elements, combining slick sounddesign with savage sawtooths. While Bob Humid is mostly acknowledged for his advanced electronic breakbeat productions, Waving Not Drowning is more about glitzy glamour and daring debauchery than complicated tweakings and mindboggling metrics. Edda, who spins a seemingly disparate, but ravishingly frantic choice of post punk and new wave, grime and break beat, decadent disco and glittering techno, contributes voice, lyrics and co-production in the construction of these little hybrid gems, cramming her entire musical influence into the process.