SOLOMUN - HOME 

Solomun - Press Photo 2 (WEB)_by Niels F

Electronic master Solomun, is ready to release his first album in eleven years, early next year. "Home" will be released on October 16th, presenting the first single of four new songs that will be ahead of the expected album.

The first release on his recently inaugurated NINL label, "Home" is rich in atmospheres where the artist has incorporated dark tribal tones and ethereal constructions that are linked in a mystical listening.

Solomun explains "Home was the starting point for the idea of an album in the beginning. I had many opportunities to play it and for me it has stood the test of time. It was obvious that it had to be the first single from the new album".

Music can find its home everywhere. But in order to experience the music, you need to access spaces that have been specially designed for it, a feeling that the official video that comes with the song reflects perfectly.

The video consists of various artists performing sets in some of the world's most representative spaces such as Printworks in London, La Seine Musicale in Paris and Robert Johnson in Offenbach - a ready-made metaphor for the aftermath of confinement, which has conditioned most cultural centres in 2020.

 

 "Home" is the first track by the Bosnian-German artist from the remixes to Bob Moses and Perry Farrel respectively. He also released his single "Rotweinfleck" last February.

Born in Bosnia, but raised in Hamburg, Solomun has managed to position himself as one of the leading artists in electronic music on the planet in recent years, obtaining recognition as "Best International Dj" on several occasions and also remixing countless top-level artists such as Foals, Editors, Lana Del Rey, Paul Kalkbrenner, Jamiroquai, Depeche Mode, Apparat, Jon Hopkins and Leonard Cohen.


 "Home" leaves a lasting impression, a masterpiece of melodic house music.

IBIZA BPM RADIO
IBIZA BPM TV
IBIZA BPM SHOP
IBIZA BPM SHOW CASE
logo-branco.png

2019 - Copyright Ibiza Enjoy Group. All Rights Reserved.