Stefan Paul Goetsch a.k.a. Hainbach
is back on track these days with a new, self-released tape album entitled "Shrines" - a fourteen track affair including the great tune "Miasmatic
" which we've already featured on these pages in December 2k16. Largely focusing on his love for modular systems and intertwined, intricate and fragile melodic structures we see the Berlin-based artist explore musical realms somewhat in between Electronica, IDM and Ambient, heavily influenced by the playful, spaced out synth approach of Cosmic and (Neo)Cosmic music that sometimes even weighs in massive hit qualities for advanced and well-experienced dancefloor crowds whilst other pieces evoke memories of Plaid's all-embracing musical friendliness throughout their "Not For Threes"-era or are dabbling with a raw, slightly 'troity take on Electro which one could clearly imagine being released via imprints like Viewlexx, Clone or Bunker Den Hague - especially when one thinks of artists like Luke Eargoggle that have also been put on the circuit through the label last mentioned. This amalgamation of various influences on one album, combined with the limited print-run of only 50 copies world wide and a thrilling, highly detailed and multi-layered sound design is what makes "Shrines" a deep, captivating homelistening experience that is recommended to each and every electronic music connaisseur around. Get!
Album artwork on Instagram!