Kasalla, Kay One, Razz, ZAYN Weekly Review KW36 2017

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Summer is almost over and we thought, with “Despacito” we would have survived the worst. Wrong thought! Luckily we can also report some nice new releases:

Kasalla – Mer Sin One

Kölsche Musik is for the Most probably only in conjunction with carnival to see. Kasalla prove with their Kölschrock but now for a few years, that you can have a lot of success outside of the session. And so the fourth studio album “Mer Sin One” was not suitable for 11.11. or Altweiber, but has been on the market since last Friday. At the sold-out concert last night at the Tanzbrunnen the release was celebrated with very text-safe fans, confetti and pyrotechnics. The fact that the show lasted almost three hours is not least due to the fact that the new album with 18 titles also has a certain excess length to offer. It will not be boring anyway. Kasalla show instead that Kölsche music can be more than drunken licking in a tiger costume. (Andrea)

Kay One – Señorita (feat. Pietro Lombardi)

Who thought a worse summer hit than “Despacito” could not exist, he did not expect Kay One! Together with Pietro Lombardi, he tries on a German Abklatsch of the Spanish long-eared worm and presents a lyrical catastrophe. The pretty Señorita likes to wear designer brands, she wants to go jet skiing and is also stalked by Snapchat and Instagram. Favorite line: “You’re as addictive as FIFA.” The song definitely does not do that. (Yvonne)

Razz – Nocturnal

Nocturnal is the name of the second album of the rather young band Razz, two years ago with her debut album “With Your Hands We’ll Conquer” in the German Indielandschaft emerged. The music sounds more mature on the second work and shows that in the meantime the four Emslanders have been able to develop themselves and their sound. No wonder, after all, you could collect as a support for bands like Kraftklub and at numerous festival appearances a lot of experiences and inspirations. Accordingly, there are also some experimental moments in the 11 titles, especially the feature “Another Heart / Another Mind” with the Giant Rooks, which sounds very spherical and surprised with distorted voices. Quicker to the ear go classic, danceable indie tracks like the pre-singles “Paralysed” and “Let It In, Let It Out”. Overall, the record is convincing and should continue to pave the way for Razz. (Andrea)

ZAYN – Dusk Till Dawn (feat. Sia)

That Zayn Malik is more than just a former member of Boyband One Direction, he proves this week at the latest with his single “Dusk Till Dawn”, for which he cooperated with singer Sia (“Chandelier”). The song starts quietly, but becomes more powerful as soon as the voices of the two meet and harmonize perfectly with each other. There was also a music video in the form of a nice short film – see above! (Yvonne)

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