Jennifer Cardini’s eclectic label Correspondant connects the (musical) dots once again and brings together two of the electronuc musice scene’s in-demand artists, namely Fort Romeau and Terr. The former just delivered two impressive remixes for Tunnelvisions’ tune ‘Rafaka’s Song’, respectively another one for Anja Schneider’s track ‘Give It All To Me’, while Michael Greene, Fort Romeau’s real name, released his first EP of the year, ‘Heaven & Earth’ on Permanent Vacation in February. Now it’s about time for the artist’s second EP of the year, which goes by the name of ‘DADA’ and is simply described as ‘Paranoid music for paranoid times’ by the Fort Romeau himself. The four tracker is provided with two original versions, ‘DADA Pt. 1’ and part 2 and comes with remixes from Niv Ast and Terr. The latter delivered an impressive EP, ‘Neuromancer’, on Correspondant last year. Almost ten months later the Berlin based artist and Clash Lion co-label head has become a key-figure within the scene. Releases such as ‘Tale Of Devotion’ on Phantasy Sound or her remix for Benjamin Fröhlich’s track ‘Holloway’, out on Permanent Vacation, underline the aforemention status quo of the artist. Now Daniela Caldellas, Terr’s real name, takes on remix duties for Fort Romeau’s ‘DADA Pt. 1’ and delivers, once again, a classy yet quite electroid approach. Terr’s remix manages to evoke a warmth within the mechanical sound sill keeping the paranoid momentum of the Fort Romeau’s orginal.
Fort Romeau’s EP ‘DADA‘ will be released on Correspondant on May 15th, 2019.