The Sounds: Bersarin Quartett


Artist:  Bersarin Quartett

Song: Oktober

Album: Bersarin Quartet

Description:

What would you get if Classic Orchestral music married Electronic Down-tempo music and had a love child? You’d get Bersarin Quartett. Bersarin Quartett is one man project from Münster, Germany founded by Thomas B. in 2006. Self-titled debut album was released February 2008 on Lidar Records.

The ‘lack of information’ shrouds the Quartett in a dark mysterious shadow and thusly adds an extra dimension to the Quartett’s offering. A further ‘dark and mystifying’ dimension is added via graphics with the album art showcasing a unique picture reminiscent of early 20th century Eastern-European theatre art. Of course the most important dimension is the music and the Quartett certainly live up to the image they have created through non-sonic communication.

The song featured here is called “Oktober” a sweeping blend of strings with a deep head nodding beat. It’s a great slow build of a groove, mixing meditative ambient melodies with down-tempo bass lines. I have this song on repeat. For me, it has this real soundtrack feel to it, almost melancholy. A great song with a mysterious composer…just the way I like it.

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