A Rupert Falsch track isn't something
that comes along every day, but long-term effects are assured: Although
the Berlin-based singer and producer has only released two remixes
since his acclaimed debut EP on iDEOLOGY back in 2005, he has been
present in itunes playlists and netaudio DJ mixes worldwide ever since
- a clear proof of his talent and the quality of his music.
Now Rupert Falsch finally is back with seven original new songs. While his last EP "Fehlerengel" was compared to Justus Köhncke and Andreas Dorau (he disapproves comparisons to the latter indignantly though!), his new album lets assume that he must have been listening a lot to the likes of Erlend Oye and the Junior Boys since then (and that's ok with him). Rupert's german lyrics, however, mostly made up of seemingly disjointed ideomatic expressions, still remind some of the poetic sloganism of Blumfeld's Jochen Distelmeyer.
Photo & Cover Artwork by United States of Design.