Listen to “Coral”, the new experiment by Olof Dreijer

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Olof Dreijer announces a new EP that debuts with AD93 and accompanies it with the fascinating track Headline: “Coral”.

Olof Dreijermember of the electronic duo The Knifecontinues his creative streak that last year gave us the EP Rugosa Rose and a collaboration album with the DJ Mount Sims, Souvenir, in addition to the acclaimed album Radical Romantics supporting Fever Ray. The experimental restlessness of the musician and producer this time challenges the conventions of electronic music and results in Corala stream of synthesizers that will draw a colorful and exciting panorama.

The new project by the Swedish musician will be made up of three songs and will be available on March 6 through the London record label AD93. The expectation that the announcement has generated is the possibility of hearing the limits of electronic music broken through the compositions and sound production of Olof Dreijer.

The first approach we have of this EP is the track headline; “Coral”. With a duration of 8 and a half minutes, Olof Dreijer generates an immersive environment through faint synthesizer melodies. He track It is detailed with each sound element it introduces, and concretizes that orchestra of vibrations with a beat where the percussions oscillate to outline a hypnotic environment of addictive electronic sounds. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy this new experiment, you can listen to “Coral” right here.


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