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Ten years after their first CONSOLE 12’’, the notorious electronica collective from Weilheim/Bavaria is back with their new Album “Mono”, their debut for Disko B! CONSOLE have released two albums (“Rocket In The Pocket” and “Reset The Preset”) on the major Virgin as well as on seminal indies like Matador and did cooperation/remixes with/for the likes of Björk and Depeche Mode, a live album (“Live At Centre Pompidou”) and various radio plays. Martin Gretschmann – besides still being the leadprogrammer for german indie rockers The Notwist and the allstar cooperation 13 & God – once more got together with his gang Axel Fischer (aka FC Shuttle), Christoph Brandner, Michael Schwaiger (aka Hometrainer), Miriam Osterrieder and Anton Kaun (aka Rumpeln) and they come up with an intriguing new piece of CONSOLE music.
“Mono” takes a concious break from everything remoteley resembling “electro-pop” and refines CONSOLE’s capability to create fine atmospheres and gentle melodies and smoothly lather them in noise. Miriam Osterrieder’s voice is the star-turn instrument that is again and again emerging in the course of the album. “Mono” is flickering all over between Pop and Ambient and even manages to integrate heavy weight cover-versions by Brian Eno and Sonic Youth in the tenderly glowing CONSOLE flow without sounding pretentious.

Console: Mono

City Of Dog Console 3'57''
To Catch A Beat Console 3'36''
Foster Kane Console 3'34''
Houwelandt Console 3'50''
By this River Console 3'36''
Formicula Console 4'51''
Magnolia Console 3'40''
Hibernating Console 5'25''
Man with a Web Camera Console 2'00''
Lost in Sensation Console 4'29''
Starpower Console 6'01''

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