Berlin’s best French import Electrosexual is about to release his new single Tempelhof with a Berlin release party on Friday March 7th in Naherholung Sternchen and a Paris release party on March 8th at one the only late night venues of the capital, Le Pigallion.
An exploration into the field of hypnotic and aerial synth-techno, the release will also feature a remix by French Techno pioneer David Caretta, who is coming out of hiding to transport the original song to new heights of brutal sci-fi in a futuristic homage to David Cronenberg, as well as the bonus instrumental version of the track. The David Caretta remix will feature on the March compilation of leading French electronic-music magazine Tsugi, which is very fittingly being mixed by The Hacker.
Tempelhof is the second single off Electrosexual’s debut album Art Support Machine which will be coming out in April on Rock Machine Records and which will feature 13 songs themed around machines, androids and music as the interface for identity, with former Atari Teenage Riot and current Fantôme front-woman Hanin Elias and Gigolo signee Hard Ton contributing on two of the tracks.
The video for Tempelhof, directed by Make it from scratch has already been nominated for the Berlin Music Video Awards 2014 and will premiere at both release parties. If you’ve been keeping up with Electrosexuals video output you should know what to expect (and if not check out the recent videos for Lay my eye and Demolition because you’ve been missing out).
The Berlin release party will be happening on March 7th at Naherholung Sternchen and will feature a live performance by Electrosexual as well as DJ sets by Andrew Claristidge (Acid Washed/Record Makers), Henning Specht & Océane Moussé (Hypnolove/Record Makers) and Local Suicide. We’re giving away 2×2 tickets for this release party, to become their proud owners just leave a comment under the article.
And because Electrosexual is on a mega-roll, do also spare an hour of your life to listen to his great new podcast for Wrangelkiez. It’s dark, dynamic and showcases another very interesting facet of Techno.