S. Salter’s new album “Juun” is the label’s first neo-classical file.
We’re prepared to wager you have not heard STMPD RCRDS fairly like this earlier than.
Helmed by dance music famous person Martin Garrix, the label is beloved for its explosive, festival-ready sound. Electro and future home bangers have lengthy been STMPD’s calling card, however current years have seen the imprint experiment with ambient and downtempo music.
That brings us to as we speak’s launch of Juun, the first-ever neo-classical file launched on STMPD. The spacey album comes from S. Salter, the collaborative moniker of Samuel Ruddick and Jeremia Reichen.
With its lilting strings and contrapuntal textures, Juun is devoid of the electrifying sound that STMPD’s followers are used to. However that does not make it any much less spectacular. In reality, the haunting album could hit house for followers of Garrix, who’s revered for the spellbinding melodies which underpin the preparations of his high-flying songs.
Juun additionally incorporates parts of biomusic by interpolating area recordings. In accordance with STMPD, S. Salter captured sounds from wet Dutch forests and eerie, empty Berlin metro stations at evening.
S. Salter are actually set to look on the upcoming “Piano Day 2023” event, which is able to showcase “a few of the most gifted and forward-thinking composers and creators on the earth” on March twenty ninth. The occasion was created by Leiter Verlag and famend composer Nils Frahm.
You will discover Juun on streaming platforms here.