Compost Records Set To Release Marbert Rocel’s “Speed Emotions”

Sunny sound dots appeared all over the wide valley of Thuringia, Germany – the place where lush moving meadows outshines the ways of masters and servants. Everything began with two upright guys and a fly girl, who had a cup of milk and honey at the late club.

By every slug they spread a warm and cosy beat over the folks hearts. Beats like birds flap their wings in the rhythm of warm house and understatement pop. For five years to date they keep to the big bang jigger kings with delight uptempo emo and frickelchick.

Recently Marbert Rocel plucked up their samples and sent good feeling track cards from their train station Zughafen to their main station Compost Records. United they are devising the new zippy album to bring your birdy hearts to fly.
Do you need a new dash on your way up? Here you go:
And if you are filled with milk and honey, have a look across the valley. Then you might find the words of the greeds: “Marbert Rocel is like painting tattoos with water colors and playing jazz from both sides of the carrera race track while searching sounds with a touch of old super 8 movies.”

Marbert Rocel is Compost’s latest coup. The duo consisting of Marbert AND Rocel is a trio to be exact: Marcel Aue (producing, DJing and mixing), Robert Krause (producing, DJing and artwork) and Antje Seifarth (Vocals) have always know how to melt down the ears and the sneaker soles of their fellow Thuringians with their House-Jazz-Frickel-Elektroniko-vinyl-tinned-music-performance. But with the release of their debut album “Speed Emotions” it is time to venture out and spread their compositions to all those greedy music appreciators worldwide…

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Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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