A period followed of live gigs and releases on compilations with a global scope. Labels like Nova Tekk, Digital Psionics, Deja Vu, Dance n Dust and many more featured the somewhat raw and edgy sound of Krumelur. This, including live gigs all over Europe and in countries like Israel, Brazil and Australia helped shape the Krumelur sound into a global underground phenomena.
After countless hours of studio work a second album “Paramoral” was released, this time with Zenon Records from Australia. It continues the tradition of his previous releases, but takes it to the next level. Paramoral came out in august 2006, featuring a matured sound flirting with both jazz as well as minimal techno and electro. Its quirky beats, deep atmospheres and ripping leads, combined with a high level of musicality. Released on Zenon Records, it contains 10 previously unreleased tracks.
Edited by muterad on 31 Jul 2011, 11:19
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