The Art of Letting Go - Supermayer
KOMPAKT kings dedicated to producing feelgood electronica.
It doesn't happen very often but every once in a while along comes that record where you can actually hear the ease and delight that the musician's experienced during the process of recording the songs…the union of KOMPAKT's most loved DJ's, SUPERPITCHER and MICHAEL MAYER fittingly have united as SUPERMAYER to produce what is without any doubt one of these kind of albums - a labor of love and creative leap for both artists that we expect to keep you grinning ear to ear from beginning to end. Sure, there's evil out there and who needs another hero right? Then the naïve will surely balk and cry at the title being SAVE THE WORLD as a pretentious artistic statement. Folks, all you have to do is look below that shallow surface and realize it's just part of the highly entertaining storyline that the album is audibly and visually set to. SUPERMAYER are magically brought to life by renown Daily Kat / Frankfurter Allgemeine illustrator Kat Menschik (which is included in the gatefold vinyl and CD versions). There will be other villains may cry - who needs a techno TOMMY? Evil can be so misunderstood...so misunderstood. Dance music and it's culture have well earned it's place to be one of the most extravagant sources of music and entertainment on the planet, so it's fair game that SUPERMAYER are there to take you out of this world. Then there's the music - never has there been an album on KOMPAKT that's reached into so many different pockets of musical bliss - a trumpet, saxophone, acoustic guitar, melodica, flute, a vast array of percussive instruments and even a gong are just a handful of gizmos they both put to use recording SAVE THE WORLD. The songs are never taken too far and are certain to not disappoint longtime fans. Bets are on that SAVE THE WORLD will get many of those anti-electronic purists off their chairs! SUPERMAYER have come up with what we feel is a musical achievement for KOMPAKT and both of these artists individually - now as one act.