Pinorama aims for a wide range of styles, from experimental and cinematic to righteous techno, always trying to achieve a unique touch on its releases and avoiding style topics. Max Cooper, Weval, DJ Koze, James Blake, David Byrne, Mount Kimbie, Photay, Bjork, Thom Yorke or even The Beatles are influential to the label.
Pinorama started out with ‘Kingdom’, an electronic synthpop kraut album by the label’s founder Ruben Kielmannsegge, which reminds us of Matthew Dear, John Grant or David Bowie. Now Pinorama is back with its second release, the first of a 3-EP-series of Kingdom remixes. The cover artwork is also a remix in itself, as the argentinian artist Chéfer transforms the original cover of the álbum for this remix series.
We are presenting a remix of the track ‘Mother’ by Behind The Mountains, a producer from Madrid living in Vienna. He did this remix while staying with his mother in a quite delicate moment for her, and as a result of this exceptional situation, the track has a strong emotional charge. With a clear influence from the world of cinema, and drinking of sources like Vangelis, this is a dense remix, dark but hopeful, continuing the mood of the original song, with a complex production, plenty of synths and orchestral arrangements in a trip hop mood.
‘Kingdom Remixes Pt. 1’ EP will be available after the 31st of March HERE.