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 Dave Gahan and 'Null + Void' - "Where I Wait" 2017
26.05.2018, 21:13 
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Null + Void feat. Dave Gahan ‎– Where I Wait Remixes Pt. 3 - Alva Noto

1. Where I Wait (Alva Noto Reduxmodel) 5:01
2. Where I Wait (Alva Noto Reduxmodel Dub) 4:54
3. Where I Wait (Aristókrasía Version) 5:36
Featuring [In Collaboration With] – Úlfur Eldjárn

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27.05.2018, 08:05 
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27.05.2018, 12:31 
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Null + Void feat. Dave Gahan ‎– Where I Wait Remixes Pt. 3 - Alva Noto

1. Where I Wait (Alva Noto Reduxmodel) 5:01
2. Where I Wait (Alva Noto Reduxmodel Dub) 4:54
3. Where I Wait (Aristókrasía Version) 5:36
Featuring [In Collaboration With] – Úlfur Eldjárn

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Огромное спасибо! :cool:


 
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Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan gets animated in Úlfur Eldjárn version of Null+Void’s ‘Where I Wait’

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Last year’s collaboration between the iconic superstar and producer Kurt Uenala gets taken to the next level via the tender ‘Aristokrasia Version’ and hypnotic visuals from GIF artists fmk7. Witness the world premiere of it right now on NBHAP.

By now you should know that we really enjoyed 2017’s collaboration between Swiss producer Kurt Uenala aka Null + Void and his old buddy, Depeche Mode‘s iconic leading man Dave Gahan, Where I Wait. It’s stilla great tune and following the debut of Kasper Bjørke‘s grooving rework back in April we are more than happy to bring you another version of the song, this time by Icelandic composer Úlfur Eldjárn. And once again gave Where I Wait another interesting twist, putting it into neo-classical territory while slowing the whole song down. He adds an analogue character to it and we’re debuting the accompanying music video today exclusively on NOTHING BUT HOPE AND PASSION. Here’s how Úlfur Eldjárn came to produce this remix:

‘I think I met Kurt on Myspace back in the old days. I was a fan of his project Kap10Kurt and he was following my band, Apparat Organ Quartet. We had some common interest like such as analog synths and electronic music. The electroclash scene was big at the time. We stayed in touch but didn’t actually meet until much later. He asked me to do a string version of one of his songs on a record that he was about to release with his new act, Null + Void. I was really into the dark electro mood of the tracks that I had heard, so I was immediately up for it. It was a pleasant surprise when I found out that the song featured Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode on vocals! An old hero and idol from my youth.

I really like how the song is written, with a long progression of chords and a bit old fashioned romantic melody. When I was creating the arrangement I had an image in my mind of an 19th century Viennese salon but somehow timewarped so it’s set in the future too. You could picture Dave there, performing with a string quartet to a group of steam punks and aricrats who are all dressed in black. The room is full of vapour and smoke.

The strings were performed by a quartet of wonderful Icelandic string players, who have worked with me on some of my previous projects, including players who have performed with Björk, Jóhann Jóhannsson Nordic Affect, Bonnie Prince Billy and so on. On the track I’m also using a broken old celesta. It’s hardly working anymore but it’s loud key noises and distorted bells sounded just right for this version. For Dave’s vocals I borrowed a homemade plate reverb, that my brother Halldór (of the band Sykur) built from cheap materials bought at the hardware store. Sending Dave’s lovely vocals through that rough plate reverb was a special kind of kick: The most distinguished voice that has gone through this reverb, and maybe it’s also the cheapest reverb Dave has sung through?’

However, the end result doesn’t sound cheap at all. It’s a majestic rework that truly deserves your attention. The fitting visuals come from GIF artist fmk7, based on a 3D scan model of Dave Gahan. ‘The video has been done completely in 3d using c4d,’ explains the visual artist: ‘I wanted something minimalist and effective to enhance this beautiful song.’ All in all this Aristokrasia Version of Where I Wait is a great audiovisual experience, to say the least.

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Video credits: fmk7
3d Modeling Dave Gahan: Haris Hrbat


 
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27.06.2018, 18:50 
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depe wrote:
Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan gets animated in Úlfur Eldjárn version of Null+Void’s ‘Where I Wait’


:shock: Ммда... собственно обложка Kraftwerk "Electric Cafe" образца 1986 года получилась :fp:


 
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Null + Void: Where I Wait (feat. Dave Gahan) (Francis Harris Reform)

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Lush house music for fans of the style's deeper shades.
Francis Harris is among the most consistent modern deep house producers. Every track the American artist makes, whether solo or in collaboration, is loaded with a feeling, pushing moods that alternate between bliss and melancholy. The tracks are delicate but powerful, blanketing delicate percussion with dreamy pads and vocals. Hafendisko, a Hamburg label that's been exploring similar zones since 2011, has tapped Harris to remix three tunes from its catalogue. Reduced but colourful, these reworks should appeal to anyone with a taste for house's deeper shades.

For my money, the more percussive tunes work best. The rework of Kasper Bjørke's "Cloud 9," an electro track from 2016, is the EP's highlight, a shuffling rhythm track with a bubbling low-end. It's the most minimal track on the disc, not much more than shuffling hi-hats, atmospherics and a deep bassline. But the feeling is strong, buoyed by soft piano touches and pads. The remix of "Where I Wait" by Null + Void is similarly sparse, but its vocals add an extra dimension. Anyone after a bigger vocal dose should reach for the remix of "Hatefuck" by Ticktock, where an abstract, crunchy beat is paired with sung lyrics. It rounds out a refreshingly varied remix EP that Francis Harris fans will find easy to love.


Published / Thu / 6 Sep 2018

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A1 Kasper Bjørke - Cloud 9 feat. Urdur (Francis Harris Reform)
B1 Null + Void - Where I Wait feat. Dave Gahan (Francis Harris Reform)
B2 Ticktock - Hatefuck (Francis Harris Lightbluemover Reform)


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