Listen to the music created by Cashmere using handmade keyboards

Écrit par Trax Magazine
Le 02.11.2016, à 11h55
02 MIN LI-
Écrit par Trax Magazine
Joris Biesmans aka Cashmere is a 100% DIY man with a passion for music and technology. Drawn in by Berlin’s sparkling music scene, the Belgian newcomer recently settled in the city. Sound engineer in Berlin club Watergate, he spends all his free time constructing synthesizers. Fed up of the huge amount of – as he puts it – “fast food music” that ram-raids its way into the charts nowadays, he’s chosen to deliver a counterweight with his project TVe – The Virtual escape. Driven by experiment and technology, he implements his own homemade hardware to tell a story that reverberates beyond the purely sonic. The first EP on his eponymous label “TVe Recordings” is called Farewell and will be out on 7th November. TVe001 includes remixes from both ASOK and Legowelt, and is the first volume in a tryptich of records to come. Worth following. Stay tuned.


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