German producer Dwig has been relatively quiet since impressing with his 2013 debut album, Forget The Pink Elephant, for the Giegling label.
Thankfully Dwig is fully in control of the album’s pacing and variety, and the moments when From Here To There diverges from the deep house template are among its strongest. Opener Spring flirts with hip hop rhythms, tuning up the sounds which will appear across the LP, and the cruelly short Morning Break is the finest Saturday morning jam, with a light shuffle and brass straight out of a black and white movie. But it’s in the album’s last three tracks that Dwig really steps up a gear, backloading the LP with all of its best tunes. Different Days is a superbly moody hybrid, moving at the pace.
The third album for Weimar-based label Giegling will come from the collective’s homespun artist Dwig. Dwig – short for Die Wiese Im Garten or The Meadow in the Garden – has remained a notable presence on the Giegling roster; he was responsible for the label’s second ever release, Fettwanzenblues and has contributed two further 12″s to the Giegling cause, as well as featuring on Futur II, the label’s various artists compilation late last year. Dwig’s music is a charming blend of kooky sampling and sound design that combines bent and out of shape strings with sombre piano dissonance, statically.
Album: From Here To There. Dwight Trible – Mothership (2019). Dwight Sykes – On The Rocks (2017).
Where Do We Go from Here is the third album by Christian metal band Pillar. The song "Bring Me Down" was featured on the 2005 Major League Baseball video game, MLB 2006, as well as the offroad racing game MX vs. ATV Unleashed. The song "Frontline", along with "Bring Me Down", reached No. 1 on the Christian rock charts. The album debuted at No. 74 on the Billboard 200.
Direct downloads for TMF users. German producer Dwig has been relatively quiet since impressing with his 2013 debut album, Forget The Pink Elephant, for the Giegling label.
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NotesReissue with different, less extensive artwork cover without boat.
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