Performer, producer, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Dominic Mocky Salole rose to prominence in the Berlin electronic scene of the mid-2000's, releasing three acclaimed solo albums, co-writing and producing classics like Jamie Lidell's Multiply (2005) and Feist's The Reminder (2007), and making waves on stage with close collaborators (and fellow Canadians) Peaches, Feist, and Chilly Gonzales. A critical favorite, his 2009 album Saskamodie was described by Pitchfork as an exceptionally musical album - there's no other word for it - that could fail to seduce only the hardest of hearing, or the hardest of hearts. Key Change documents Mocky's move from the musical community of Berlin to that of LA, and reflects the city's underground jazz and psychedelic scene. Frank Sinatra was the first techno artist, declared Mocky in a 2015 interview on PRI's The World. As Sinatra was one of the first singers to use microphone technology to bring more intimacy to his sound, Mocky uses software and laptop-recording to bring the listener within close range of his music. Mocky is
01. Upbeat Thing
02. When Paulie Gets Mad
03. Soulful Beat
04. Weather Any Storm
06. Living in the Snow
07. Late Night Interlude
08. Time Inflation (Message to R2)
09. Tomorrow Maker
10. Soulful Beat Reprise
11. Head in the Clouds
12. Hymne (For Murka)
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