copenhagen’s ‘silent cure’
FANS of The Orb and Moby may wish to check out ‘An Electronic Jazz Punk Passage Through Dreams,’ the debut album from Danish electro artist, SILENT CURE.
While mainly instrumental, the lead track ‘Silent Love Song’ features Barcelona artist M-ANA, with the album also featuring vocalists Elisa King from Vancouver and Italy’s Serena Masciarelli.
Hailing from Copenhagen, Silent Cure operates in the realm of stylish sound designs with attention to small details, guiding the listener on a journey through various moods.
Silent Cure is a veteran electronic music producer with over three decades of music-making, informed by a broader grasp of and special love for multiple genres. The result in an album that, while diverse in scope, is still widely accessible.
“I felt it was time to move out of my comfort zone being a part of the electronic underground scene for many years and challenge myself with something new,” he said. “I listen to all kinds of music at home, so the inspiration comes from many places over many years.”
Ambient downtempo tracks like ‘Silent Love Song’ and ‘So Annoyed’ showcase the artist’s softer side, compared with upbeat electronica tracks such as ‘Synthwave Retrospect,’ ‘Gratitude,’ and ‘Symphony Octobre.’
In contrast, the melancholic ‘So Annoyed’ is about a couple that have clearly spent too much time together under lockdown conditions.
‘An Electronic Jazz Punk Passage Through Dreams,’ is now available on all streaming platforms and directly via Silent Cure’s Bandcamp site.