The electro-acoustic duo shares the sequel of their project Positive in a four-track EP Positive – Piano Visions. This time around, the familiar album tracks come as piano reworks, in a new stripped-down sound.
Glühwürmchen (Piano Vision), Child’s Play (Piano Vision), Deteketei Lambert (Piano Vision), and Laura (Piano Vision) are all set in a visual world created by Anna Chocholi. Watch visualizers here.
The duo mostly collaborates remotely, after first encountering each other online after Stimming returned home from a club one night and, having put Lambert’s latest album on his turntable, reached out to the pianist, who instantly replied. Notes Lambert: ”We share aesthetics and tastes but have a very different way of working to get the music where we want it to be. So we work in our respective studios, encouraging each other to leave the safe spaces of our sub-genres, even to explore production techniques far from our usual habits.” As Stimming adds: “It was valuable because the result was better. As we work separately, there’s not a problem.”
Stream Positive (Piano Visions) here.