Competition: Win A Vinyl Copy Of Robot Koch’s ‘Tsuki’ EP
24 February 2015
Earlier this year, Robot Koch released his first-rate new EP - ‘Tsuki’ via Berlin based record label MONKEYTOWN.
We had been eagerly anticipating the release, not just because of the promise of good music from Koch, but also because it features collaborations with homegrown talent and member of our family at Vital Agency - Abhishek Bhatia, better known as Curtain Blue.
Koch met Bhatia at the 1st edition of Magnetic Fields Festival in 2014 (where he was headlining the festival as part of a collaboration with Border Movement) and opened up the idea of a collaboration after seeing him perform - “I really liked this guy called Curtain Blue, who’s somewhere between Apparat and Jon Hopkins, a bit sound track-y, melancholic but really detailed production.”
‘Tsuki’ is a one-of-a-kind, masterfully produced EP that any music lover would be proud to have in their collection. Unfortunately, the album can’t yet be streamed in India (those outside can find it on Spotify), however we have got a shiny new vinyl up for grabs, delivered fresh from MONKEYTOWN’s headquarters in Berlin, just waiting to be played.
To be in with a chance of winning the EP, simply send us an email with your name, phone number and address to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Win Tsuki EP’ as the subject, and a single line line about why you want it. Deadline for entry is Friday 27 Feb at 5pm.
You can read our review of the track ‘Let Me’ which also features vocals by Born In Flamez. They recently released an ethereal new video for it, which is embedded below. Follow Robot Koch and Curtain Blue on SoundCloud to get to know their sounds better. It's recommended that you also keep an eye on Curtain Blue's Facebook page for forthcoming updates.