Entail Records presents
Dominik Eulberg Mannigfaltig Live Visual Show - UK Debut
Dominik Eulberg releases his long awaited fifth studio album Mannigfaltig bringing
his first Live Visual Show to Electric Brixton
Dominik Eulberg has two lifelong passions: music and nature. Over the course of
more than ten accomplished years, he has managed to reconcile both by producing
an ever-evolving but always organic and melodic brand of electronic music.
Dominik Eulberg (!K7 / Herzblut / Cocoon)
With twelve elaborate pieces of music, he creates a burning plea to preserve the
breath taking biodiversity of nature and at the same time warns of the threat posed to
it by humans. It is a detailed record that demands close listening and showcases
Eulbergs’s considerable synth craft, with drawn out pads and delicate keys laid over
undulating rhythms that slowly take you through a wide range of emotions. Elements
of ambient, downtempo, electronica, pop and minimal are infused with the sounds of
nature, a choral sense of musicality and wistful air of grace across all the majestically
Special Guest (Deltagram)
Deltagram is a music band inspired by the morphology of the river delta. Each one of
the members carries, deposits and shares their own musical styles, opening coves
that slow down and balance the flow before entering the open sea.
Presented by Entail Music focuses on giving the scene exactly what it wants - deep
and electric rhythms that create a journey through visual lights and optical illusions
and truly transfer a deep feeling from the heart to the crowd listening from moment to
moment. Entail events have been building up, word has spread around about what
they do and so they had some pretty good times with Fritz Kalkbrenner, Booka
Shade, Gui Boratto, Mathew Jonson, Kollektiv Turmstrasse and more.
Don't miss it - see you on the dance floor.
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