FLOAT launches their new label with first signing Berlin-based artist Andrea Belfi . Titled Ore, the album places drums at the centre of a deep, hypnotic listening experience, where rhythm is combined with electronic textures and haunting sonic details.
Martyn Heyne studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, a classically trained musician steeped in both theory and execution. Later moving to Berlin, the composer’s lust for new ideas crossed over into club culture, and the ever-evolving field of electronic music.
Balancing both aspects of his imagination, Martyn Heyne released the highly creative mini-album ‘Shady & Light’ last year. The new album ‘Electric Intervals’ drops on November 17th and it’s a fascinating document.
A composer of real depths, Martyn Heyne’s philosophy even applies to the listener. He explains: “I encourage an active mode of listening that deciphers and makes connections; it can be so much more rewarding.”
Andrea Belfi, Martyn Heyne LIVE
11h November 2017 | Doors 20:00 CET | Starts 21:00 CET
Kantine Am Berghain | Am Wriezener Bahnhof | 10243 Berlin