T E G E L
minimal techno / techno / techno pop
TEGEL explores the sonic experiences in everyday modern situations, both from a scientific and a human standpoint – examining how they came to be an essential pulse and rhythm in urban life. The works of industry and machines are instrumental in shaping these metropolitan worlds inhabited by faceless masses. Millions of people in endless pursuit of happiness, while performing monotone daily tasks. At night time though, things change and the sounds of the urban society morphs into the world of TEGEL. With heavy minimal techno beats, captivating bass rhythms, and ambient soundscapes – inspired by the urban underground society, TEGEL delivers dark techno tracks with scientific precision. This is the role of the anonymous operators behind TEGEL – to colorize the hidden emotions and aspirations of the masses of mega-societies across the globe.
TEGEL ON BANDCAMP
Album: AM / PM
Stereoklang resident TEGEL has released a new six track EP – available on all streaming channels. The EP AM / PM spans across tecno, minimal techno, addictive rhythms and ambient soundscapes, which has become the trademark of the Swedish act TEGEL.
Review by Zero Music Magazine
The album scored an impressive 9 out of 10 by the magazine.
“Best in class minimal techno. My associations goes back to Speedy J, Plastikman and LFO in their respective most inspiring moments.”
Interview with TEGEL’s front man Ola Larsén
The whole article can be read via the link below (in Swedish only)
Listen to the album Science
Interview with TEGEL on the release of their second album “Desolation in Forlorn Districts”.
The interview can be found via the link below (Swedish only).
V I D E O
Noise, rhythms and voices are everywhere – they surround us and reach our ears as waves from past and present. These sounds are captured, in field recordings, or crafted by us, in memory of the sonic landscape we are all part of. Audio and music are in essence part of our modern day urban society consciously or unconsciously, and these sonic wave forms paints the feelings of individuals and mode of societies put in a universal perspective.
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