John Talabot's Hivern Discs label starts afresh in 2015 by introducing a heretofore unknown duo known as INIT. Te pair hails from Frankfurt's Rhein-Main region and comprises Nadia D'Alo` and Benedikt Frey, both of whom were featured on the title track of Massimiliano Pagliara's 2014 LP on Live At Robert Johnson. Frey's cosmic, plodding, and house-related analogue experimentations have also appeared on the iconic Japanese label mule musiq, and this penchant for moody kraut-infuenced psychedelia and atmospheric synth explorations is enhanced by his team up with D'Alo` on INIT's debut album "Two Pole Resonance", set for release September 14.
Benedikt Frey is building a steady reputation both as a Producer (with releases on LARJ, Mule Electronic, Nous'klaer Audio and his own LOPASURA imprint) and as a DJ with a long-standing residency at the legendary Robert Johnson and increasing international bookings. Tis is Frey's duo effort alongside Nadia D'Alo`.
This is Hivern Discs' frst Full Length release and it helps consolidates it's uncompromising approach to music and strengthens it's already eclectic catalogue.