(6/23/19) Monty's Catch of the Day - Trentemøller
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Today's catch comes from the Danish electronic act, Trentemøller. It's been 3 years since we have seen anything from Mr. Anders Trentemøller, but he has recently graced us with some brand new material this past week. Today's catch is called "In the Garden" and will be on the forthcoming Trentemøller album, Obverse (due out on 9/27). Here is how the new track is described as according to the official website...
"When she was handed the music to Anders Trentemøller’s “In The Garden,” Lina Tullgren may not have known it was meant to be an instrumental, like the rest of the songs on the new album. In a meta way, it feels right that the lyrics she contributed plot the journey of a kernel in an artist’s mind to becoming a fully fleshed out idea, and ultimately a completed work. No stranger to warbling, compressed guitars, and reverb-soaked ambience in her own music, Tullgren unsurprisingly understood where Anders was coming from, and stitched in her contribution, creating a symbiosis between instrumentalist and vocalist.
The song itself has the feel of something being constructed right before you. A simple beat is answered with chords played on a bass guitar. With each verse and chorus another layer is added, encasing what came before it, like a sonic Matryoshka, until the chiming guitar finally arrives to resolve the whole thing, and usher the listener to the end of the song.
“In The Garden” merges the idea of the slow build with a compact tune that gets to the point, developing subtly, and demanding another listen to ascertain what just happened."
You can check out the video to today's catch, "In the Garden" by Trentemøller in the YouTube player below. Good things!