Everything is constantly changing, nothing stays the same. The world spins and spins, new faces appear, exciting relations spring up and music weaves us all together. Dolph, a young emerging artist from Berlin knows this phenomenon well and has dedicated four tracks to Itself while becoming a welcome member of the Amselcom family.
Cheerfully singing, he piles warm pads on solid grooves and decorates them with playful melodies. Sometimes breezy and sometimes rather melancholic but always filled with sensual emotions. Dreamy and cozy like the last sunbeams of a late summer afternoon.
Dolph focuses on linear organization, he is guided by effective simplicity and abjures needless gimmickry and excessive demand. Itself invites listeners on a special journey that perfectly reflects the essence of the producer’s creative live sets.
Carefully and closely observing that blue coloured flower, watching it’s stylistic beauty and jauntiness grow peu a peu.
A constant change that arouses a feeling of naive merriment, always reflecting back on . . . Itself.
In symbiotic harmony with Dolph stands the cover artwork of Contemporary Artist Richard Shipley: As I Search For A Face That I Know beguiles and surrenders Itself to the organically immersive dynamics of cathartic self reflection and abstracted expression.