When the discussion of Denmark artists comes into play, one that should be an instant go-to would be René Kristensen, otherwise known as Noir. With an overwhelming catalogue and being responsible for one of Germany’s brightest labels (Noir Music), René is a individual always looking searching for something special and out of the ordinary. The latest release on his label collaborated with Caitlin's vocals called ‘Black’, is one of 12 productions for his debut album which will be taking things towards the darker side of electronic music. As a bonus, we have included Thomas Schumacher’s remix, which definitely turns things up a few notches and has received a great deal of support since it's release. 2015 appears to be extremely bright for Noir and the label, so make sure to keep an eye out for them.
'BLACK' explores the darker corners of Noir's studio persona, opening with a deep bassline and atmospheric piano chord. Songstress Caitlin provides the sublime and haunting vocals, longingly expressing the emotional misery and yearning, which go hand in hand with heartbreak. Caitlin’s beautifully sustained tones are then met with a chunky, Italo house inspired beat that's awash with 80s-inspired synths, instantly transforming 'BLACK' into a powerful piece of electronica. With 'BLACK' and its predecessor both showcasing Noir's diverse skills as an artist, his debut album promises to delve even deeper; presenting 12 songs that will each feature a selected artist and explore the various layers of electronic music. 'BLACK' is another taste of what's to come from one of 2015's most highly anticipated debut albums.'
Available via Beatport: HERE