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Paul Régimbeau, aka Mondkopf, joins the Hands in the Dark ranks this Spring with a new album, How Deep Is Our Love?
For more than a decade now the prolific Parisian producer hasn’t ceased to surprise us with his compositions, constantly treading new ground with artistic bravery and curiosity. At times extreme, at other times méditative and always complex, his music is never easy-access. In recent years his work has taken a clear turn towards a more ambient, intimate, less abrasive style.
Based on minimalist instrumental improvisations, How Deep Is Our Love? will become the soundtrack for the new film adaptation by Diana Vidrascu of the Kafkan play, The Silence of the Sirens. Composed of four long, bright, poetic, contemplative pieces, which grab you by the heart strings and keep a tight grip until the very last note.
It’s an epic, grandiose album, which rings out with an unfathomable but extremely touching language.