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Blank & Jones Present: So90s (So Nineties) (Del...
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Was machte die 90er musikalisch aus, was ist geblieben? Oftmals werden leider nur Boygroups und Euro Dance thematisiert, wenn es um dieses Jahrzehnt geht, dabei gab es ihn auch in den 90ern, diesen großartigen Pop, der auch noch zwanzig Jahre später nicht angestaubt klingt. Plötzlich tauchten Bands wie die Stereo MC´s oder Brand New Heavies auf und groovten, was das Zeug hielt, Trevor Horn zeigte auch weiterhin sein ganzes Können mit einem Ausnahmekünstler namens Seal, die Dancemusik wurde in England von Bands wie Shamen oder Felix revolutioniert, während in Amerika die DJs von C&C Music Factory für frischen Wind auf dem Dancefloor sorgten. Lupenreiner Pop wurde uns von den Lightning Seeds, Saint Etienne oder Simply Red serviert, aber auch das Label ´´Brit Pop´´ wurde neben Oasis und Blur noch von Künstlern wie Pulp oder The Verve in die Welt getragen. Und es gab diese einzigartigen Nummern, bei denen mal eben komplett die Zeit stehen bleibt: Olive ist sowas gelungen mit ´´You´re Not Alone´´ oder der großartige Nightmares On Wax Remix von Bush´s ´´Letting The Cables Sleep´´: Gänsehaut pur. Aber auch ein paar unverwüstliche Bands aus den 80ern schafften den Sprung ins neue Jahrzehnt. Duran Duran lieferten mit dem ´´Wedding Album´´ etwas ganz Großes ab und ´´Ordinary World´´ ist bis heute einer ihrer besten Songs. Auch New Order waren wieder aktiv und liefen mit ´´Regret´´ sogar im Radio rauf und runter. Da der Output der einzelnen Mitglieder aber auch in den Pausen der Band weiter hoch blieb, gibt es zum Glück Songs wie ´´What Do You Want From Me?´´ von Peter Hook´s Band Monaco oder ´´Getting Away With It´´ von dem genialen Künstlermix Bernard Sumner (New Order), Johnny Marr (The Smiths) und Neil Tennant (Pet Shop Boys) alias Electronic.

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The Emmanuel Bias EP E.Bias auf Vinyl
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It´s 1983 and Emmanuel Maggi is a worker on the assembly line of the Elka factory in Southwest Ancona, Italy. At the weekends he travels one hour in his Citroen DS to see the hottest new wave-dance bands like Tuxedomoon and Palais Schaumberg play at the famous Aleph club in Rimini. Saving his wages to buy the new Italian and imported 12´´ dance and electronic records, he survives from a meagre diet of bread and pasta. Fortunately Maggi is gifted one of the first run of Elka´s new polyphonic synthesisers- The Synthex, designed by his uncle Mario Maggi. In his small bedroom studio The Synthex is at heart of Maggi´s sound- its chords, bass and acid squleches are accompanied by minimal Yamaha RX15 drum programming. Maggi begins to craft his sound, looking both to the new wave bands he hears at the club and the dance 12´´s he spends his wages on. After writing a cache of songs sung in broken English, he builds up the courage to present them to resident DJ Achille to play out at the Aleph. Achille is impressed; his equipment is primitive but the music displays a deep, emotional inner life, ordinarily concealed by Maggi´s focussed and taciturn façade. In 1985 Emmanuel plays a handful of wild live sets as E.Bias at clubs across Italy including his beloved Aleph in Rimini, the Marabu in Reggio and the legendary Cosmic (Disco) in Verona. His music was never to reach a wider public. In the late 80´s, he loses interest in performing live and begins to immerse himself more deeply in the Catholic faith, withdrawing from the music scene and his studio, devoting his time to family life. It´s 2010 and Richard Youngs receives a letter from Maggi who is enchanted by his recent ´´Ultrahits´´ record. He sends his early E.Bias 80´s demos to Youngs as he recognises him as a kindred spirit. After reading a damming review of Youngs´ recent project with Fowler in the Wire magazine a few years later- Maggi re-connects, offering sympathies and suggesting the possibility of a future collaboration with the duo. Maggi sends lyrics and rhythm tracks from his shelved debut album. As singing in the English language was never his strong point he suggests Richard voices his words. Fowler and Youngs decide to team up with fellow traveller Thomson to realise the full dancefloor potential of the project. After completing the new demos of Maggi´s songs, the three discuss the title for the project.- feeling that the songs are so indebted to Emmanuel Maggi they decide to dedicate the record to him; hence they name of this record; The Emmanuel Bias or E.Bias for short.

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