Man Power presents his self-titled debut album, the first album on Correspondent. Since first appearing as an anonymous online presence in 2013, Man Power has released original music and remixes on a wide range of labels including Hivern Discs, Throne of Blood, Voyeurhythm, Ene Tokyo, and, of course, Correspondant, the home of the majority of his original musical output. While his work to date has displayed a notable range of tempos and textures, his eponymous debut album sees him take a step further away from the dancefloor and offers a deeper exploration of his left-field influences, with an almost-pop sensibility that manages to swing back and forth between doleful and playful over the course of the album's compact 50 minutes. Citing touchstones as diverse as Laurie Anderson, Steve Reich, and Tangerine Dream, as well as dealing in shades of jazz, techno, and balearica, the album manages to speak in a number of voices, but still ultimately communicates as one singular whole. This is not merely a collection of club tracks, hastily compiled and capable of living in abstraction, but instead a true album wherein each element services the finished document, and in which each track provides further context for that which precedes it. "Bielsteiner" features M. Rolfe.
01. A Start of Sorts
02. Boys Beware
03. Bielsteiner (feat. M.Rolfe)
04. French Basic
05. forget to remember
07. Hunting Swan
08. Tofu ist der Teufel
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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