ME AND MY TWO HORSES - No Man's Land CD
ME AND MY TWO HORSES - No Man's Land CD

ME AND MY TWO HORSES - No Man's Land CD

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„No Man‘s Land“ is the auspicious debut of ME AND MY TWO HORSES from Hamburg. Eight songs that move between experimental pop, dark noise rock but also doom and ambient. If you are looking for kindred artists, think of ANNA VON HAUSSWOLFF or EMMA RUTH RUNDLE. Launched in 2013 by KRISTIN THERESA DRECHSLER, the solo project ME AND MY TWO HORSES combines fragile melancholy and brutal confrontation to create a bittersweet drink of devotion and outburst. In the end of 2012, after completing her studies, KRISTIN startet to play the piano. In a short time, the self-taught artist developed her own musical vocabulary. Meanwhile, she learned other instruments, like Accordion, Magnus Chord Organ, Auto Harp, Zither and Harmonium with manic productivity and created over a hundred compositions. Eight of them have made it to her debut album „No Man‘s Land“, which impressively demonstrates the stylistic range of this artist: From Nick-CaveEsque Waltz („Lullaby“) to the sacred Moritat „Cannibal“ and the playful devil dance „Demon“ to to the naked despair of „isolation“. But on „No Man‘s Land“ there is also room for something similar to Pop: „Salvation“, which in its euphoric finale offers a response to the omnipresent darkness of this record: a sincere, hearty laugh. The current cast includes drummer JANNIS REIHER and multi-instrumentalist MARIUS MAAGARD. The album was recorded in the rehearsal room in just two days. Vocals, piano, string instruments and drums were recorded live and uncut. „Isolation“, the album finale, was created in just one take. In MARIUS and JANNIS, the musician has found the perfect match for her magically disturbing world. Together, they spin a dark soundwave , which leaves the listener unclear of his status: Hellmouth or Wonderland? Both are very close to each other on „No Man‘s Land“.