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Inverse Cinematics

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On the quest for the past, present and future of soul.

22-year-old Danilo Plessow from Stuttgart is the man behind INVERSE CINEMATICS. The international club music scene cannot be imagined without him. At the age of 10 Danilo began to experiment with electronic music and decided soon to sell his drum kit to buy studio equipment. He completed his first tracks in 1997 - at this point Danilo was just 12 years old. Although the first songs still sounded very technoid, the soul of Afro-American music has already been reminiscent in his early work and keeps influencing his music today.

It was by mere chance that Danilo and his partner Joachim Tobias alias INVERSE CINEMATICS have been discovered by Pulver Records. In 2002 the “Slow Swing” EP was released. After the release party in the legendary club “Le Fonque” in Stuttgart Danilo discovered the intensity of club culture. Where, before, the focus of his work had been on the lounge character, now driving and hypnotic elements join his productions.

Danilo who is always on the go does not succeed in banning all of his enthusiasm for soul music and its many styles in one single project. Aside from different remix jobs and minor projects he also produces tracks as “Aphro Pzyko” (Raw Fusion), “Hipster Wonkaz”(Ubiquity/MFP) and most recently as “Motor City Drum Ensemble” on his own label “Four Roses Recordings”. Now the long-expected long player “Passin Through” is released on Pulver Records.

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