Auditree Presents Kölsch

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Good things come in threes and to prove this our good friend Kölsch returns Friday January 13 for his 3rd visit in 2 years. His latest EP 'Grey' is testament to his extraordinary production capabilities and since his last visit he has also turned programmer with a monthly show on the most renowned station in the world, BBC Radio One. We're excited to be starting 2017 with such a talented artist and hope you can join us at The TBC Club.

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KOLSCH [Kompakt]

Listen - https://soundcloud.com/kolsch

For Danish Native Rune Reilly Kolsch, Kompakt is the "perfect label" to call "home." The much- revered Cologne-based imprint released Kolsch's seminal LP '1977' in 2013, continuing a tradition of providing ground breaking and genre-defining cuts. Kolsch's work proved to rewrite the rulebook on techno production, setting it on a melodic, emotion-induced course. Kolsch returned to Kompakt this year with his long-awaited album '1983,' a veritable master class from one of techno's very best.

Kolsch is a medium for the narration of his life through sonic soundscapes. Rune's first critically acclaimed album release, '1977', which is full of timeless tracks such as Loreley, Opa, Oma and Goldfisch, signifies the year of his birth and draws inspiration from his culturally diverse upbringing. Rune recalls how '1977' was a product of "reminiscing about what shaped me as a kid" and "the weird ideas and concepts I had on my mind at the time." While Rune attributes the emotion of '1977' to the "solace" and "imaginary world that I would spend days in," he describes '1983' as a "travel album," sound tracking the first year he travelled through Europe aged six. The sentimentality is clear; the journey is vibrant and picturesque. Rune describes the experience of traveling from Denmark through Europe to the South of France as driving from "cold northern winter through the spring into the summer."

Kolsch continues to perform to the highest calibre, serving an acclaimed Essential Mix for Pete Tong to the BBC Radio 1 listeners, setting the Fabric main room alight with his sound, playing Space Terrace and opening Ushuaia in 2015.
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