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Vín

Janus Rasmussen

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1.1
Green Wine
Janus Rasmussen
3:52
1.2
Lilla
Janus Rasmussen
5:23
1.3
March
Janus Rasmussen
6:05
1.4
April
Janus Rasmussen
5:09
1.5
14
Janus Rasmussen
5:01
1.6
Orange
Janus Rasmussen
5:37
1.7
Pliant
Janus Rasmussen
5:36
1.8
87
Janus Rasmussen
3:58
1.9
Wisp
Janus Rasmussen
6:39
1.10
Kilju
Janus Rasmussen
5:46
1.11
Hue
Janus Rasmussen
5:35
1.12
December
Janus Rasmussen
6:48
Total Playing Time    65:29
From his work in electronic pop quartet Bloodgroup, to his output as one-half of Faroese- Icelandic duo Kiasmos, alongside Ólafur Arnalds, Janus Rasmussen knows a thing or two about crafting nuance and restraint. Released via Christian Löffler's Ki Records, Rasmussen’s solo debut album, Vín, marks a new leap into uncharted territory. It’s a record that finds the producer delving deep to reveal the full scope of his talents. “I often work really quickly and I tend to be drawn to really strange ideas. I have this kind of obsession of finding something that really should not work and make it work. It’s very satisfying.” As a whole, Vín is a solo debut that certainly “works”. Recorded in his Reykjavik studio, it’s full testament to Rasmussen following his creative instincts in order to make a record that luminously explores new sound-worlds within the realm of experimental minimal techno. Whether you look to the balmy downtempo groove of "Wisp", the understated bliss of "Lilla" or the insistent rhythms that make December a fitting curtain call, Vín has a range that peaks and lulls in all the right places.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ki Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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