GAST Kaputt gehen [limited CLEAR transparent] LP VINYL 2023

Art.Nr.: 47740

EAN: 8016670161295


EUR 26,99
inkl. 19 % USt

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Title: Kaputt gehen
Format: Limited Edition of 500 copies on CLEAR transparent Vinyl
Year: 10.11.2023
Label: Z Pop-Records / Young & Cold
Tracklist:         A1 Boxer
A2 Lauf
A3 Du fängst an zu weinen, aber ich weck Dich nicht auf
A4 Heldensagen

B1 Rehaugen
B2 Rapsfeldgelb
B3 Fallen (Bonus)
Info: The new sister label of Young & Cold Records Z-POP RECORDS is celebrating its first release with “Kaputt Gehen” by GAST (German for “Guest“). “Kaputt Gehen” directly shows the label's concept of being a home for modern, German-language music that has roots in the „Neue Deutsche Welle“ (German New Wave) from the early 80s, but takes up current musical trends and doesn't just copy what was already there. Bands and projects can be found here that don't clearly fit into the Darkwave/Postpunk fields of the main label and appeal to a broader audience. GAST is a project that presented its first songs digitally in autumn 2022 and has now, around a year later, completed the debut Mini-LP, which will certainly quickly attract some attention. Contemporary German-language music that makes use of all sorts of musical influences without shyness, so that in the end it is “simply” Pop. Essentially Electro is the basis, sometimes close to German (Chart-) Pop without drifting into commercial crap-territory, but also has a very danceable look in EBM direction in some tracks and in “Heldensagen” even delivers a strange mixture of Darkwave and Hip Hop. “Rehaugen” is catchy Synthpop that could also be played on the radio (or today, streaming lists). “Boxer”, produced with special guest TRAUMATIN, also has commercial potential. “Lauf” will find its fans primarily on the dance floors of the Clubs. GAST doesn’t shy away from Pop Ballads at all, like “Rapsfeldgelb”. There is always a touch of melancholy over everything, without falling into tearfulness. With this debut, GAST sets a first exclamation mark and perhaps a surprise success. GAST promises to find a permanent place in scene. The first step has been taken with "Kaputt Gehen".