Tale Of Us have written their own definition of electronic music while rising to the top. The Berlin based duo are a master at their craft and are just about able to do anything.
Their Afterlife imprint has gone international and their parties keep on getting more immersive with lineups just as dazzling as the experience itself. Carl Cox took them under his wing for his “Carl Cox’s Megastructure” stage at Ultra the other weekend, and the duo could not have been a more perfect fit for the stage.
With Matteo and Karm doing just about everything under the sun, it was time for the two to release a debut album following their recent runs of singles and EPs.
Their sound is very emotional and deep, something they try to implement in each of their tracks. The two actually have a deep love and appreciation for classic since a young age, and some of their pre-album tracks show signs of that. For their album, it seems that they took that love and went the route of a classical and electronic hybrid. The album is even getting released on Deutsche Grammophon, an extremely well-renowned classical music label.
Endless is going to be a timeless piece for years to come. Will every techno artist start dropping it in sets? Maybe not, but there is no denying the flawless sound production on the album. The duo are really reaching to provoke an emotional insight from the listeners on every single track. I can’t help but compare “Endless” to the soundtrack of a Hans Zimmer scored movie. The similarities are there — and if this album is a prediction of what is to come, then we very well may be in store for some exquisite and ethereal pieces in the near future.
Although the album is filled with gorgeous piece after gorgeous piece, my personal favorites are “Ricordi,” “Distante,” and “Quello che resta.” Full album linked below: