Special remarks : 140g vinyl, inside out cover - very good 5/5 feedback attached from Gerd Janson, Tim Sweeny, Axel Boman ,Benjo B etc
Marvin Horsch debuts on Berlin’s FILM with an EP of exquisitely produced, cinematic electronica. the cologne based producer develops the colourful house found on previous work for the dorfjungs la-bel, with three playful compositions that draw as much on jazz and krautrock as more contemporary strains of alternative electronic music. opener ‘omnisession#1′ marries a beautifully shifting organ with live drum work before segueing into the glorious softness of ’sun after rain,’ a rich synth solo drenched in tape hiss. closer ‘negobebo#2′ wraps up the EP - an energetic, looping recording replete with staccato drum-machine strikes and warm, wet verbs carrying a spirited lead across it’s six minute duration. An honest record, open and expertly executed - fukushisha is an admirable addition to the FILM cata-logue.