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It's a Musical
It's a Musical

小简介 It's a Musical 是由自德国柏林的Robert Kretzschmar和Ella Blixt组合,一女一人,绝妙搭配。欢快的独立流行的节奏中拌着一些电子的节奏,在添加些简单动听的钢琴声。在It's a Musical 的乐器中看不到吉他,俩个人也十分有意思的说“我们不会演奏吉他”。他们的首张专辑已经签下了Morr Music长牌,即将在10月发行。俩人的音乐也是那种有说有笑,甜蜜的也有,枯涩的也不缺。很适合现在的心情听,轻轻松松,可爱的插图,漂亮的剪切画,缤纷的颜色等等。足够活跃你的心情。 Ella Blixt and Robert Kretzschmar are “It’s a Musical”. That’s what their band is called. But that’s how this band sounds only in a figurative way – when one loves great musicals for their conjuring entire worlds out of the membranes. But musicals depict an artificial world. “It’s a Musical”, however, are sincere about it. And they are a great fun being listened to. “It’s a Musical” means pop music in an absolute immediate sense. Two artists, their voices, their instruments. Going forward, turning somersaults. We don’t play guitars Two years ago they had got to know each other at common concerts with their current projects that time. Ella had still lived in the Swedish city of Malmö by then recording songs under the name of “Bobby Baby” when Robert had drawn up first ideas of his notion of pop music with his duo “Lady Boy”. Few months later, Ella also moved to Berlin. First common songs were written on an old organ with a charming name and an even charming sound. And because there was this organ and soon a piano, too, for Ella’s sparkling chords and since Robert’s airy and swinging play of drums went forward curiously, “there was no hand left for a guitar”. Indie pop without guitars? But the music that has taken the best from Stereolab and St. Etienne, from the likeable simplicity of LoFi as well as from the interwoven harmony landscapes of a Burt Bacharach or a Karen Carpenter, this music has left behind the drawer of indie anyway. Trumpets, vibraphones, canonical Choirs. “It’s a Musical”, it really is. Back in the year of 2005 the wires radioed Ella Blixt, alias Bobby Baby, across the Baltic Sea. Soon most of her downloads came from Germany. The tracks of Bobby Baby, her former, now resting project, could be recorded in the evening and listened to on MySpace the next morning. And like “Bobby Baby” “It’s A Musical” also lives in and from this dynamics. “It was important for us on the one hand to use a good studio’s tonal opportunities for the album. But on the other hand we tried to change our recordings afterwards as little as possible. It all should sound direct, live.” However, Ella Blixt released an album under the name of “Bobby & Blumm” together with Berlin-based avantgarde-pop-bricoleur F. S. Blumm recently. Gentle, delicate woven soundwriting – also released by Morr Music. “Where Frank (aka F.S. Blumm) draws up fine sketches with a thin pencil I make a thick brushstroke”, Ella says. Bathing in colours. Growing up in a small town The story of pop music as a landscape of longing, the two artists in their mid-twenties could sing songs about it, in Swedish as well as in German. One of them grew up in South Swedish smalltown named Hultsfred the other one in Thuringian village Weissenborn. Growing up in a small town, boredom, escapism into sounds. At first, one played the transverse flute or the drums in the local brass band. Lateron, one played with the thought of leaving theses places behind. “If you wanted something to happen it was only you to make it happen”, Ella Blixt says. Do it yourself, literally spoken. This summer she drives home to Hultsfred in order to fill young girls with enthusiasm for those opportunities at a “popcamp” (www.popkollo.se).

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小简介 It's a Musical 是由自德国柏林的Robert Kretzschmar和Ella Blixt组合,一女一人,绝妙搭配。欢快的独立流行的节奏中拌着一些电子的节奏,在添加些简单动听的钢琴声。在It's a Musical 的乐器中看不到吉他,俩个人也十分有意思的说“我们不会演奏吉他”。他们的首张专辑已经签下了Morr Music长牌,即将在10月发行。俩人的音乐也是那种有说有笑,甜蜜的也有,枯涩的也不缺。很适合现在的心情听,轻轻松松,可爱的插图,漂亮的剪切画,缤纷的颜色等等。足够活跃你的心情。 Ella Blixt and Robert Kretzschmar are “It’s a Musical”. That’s what their band is called. But that’s how this band sounds only in a figurative way – when one loves great musicals for their conjuring entire worlds out of the membranes. But musicals depict an artificial world. “It’s a Musical”, however, are sincere about it. And they are a great fun being listened to. “It’s a Musical” means pop music in an absolute immediate sense. Two artists, their voices, their instruments. Going forward, turning somersaults. We don’t play guitars Two years ago they had got to know each other at common concerts with their current projects that time. Ella had still lived in the Swedish city of Malmö by then recording songs under the name of “Bobby Baby” when Robert had drawn up first ideas of his notion of pop music with his duo “Lady Boy”. Few months later, Ella also moved to Berlin. First common songs were written on an old organ with a charming name and an even charming sound. And because there was this organ and soon a piano, too, for Ella’s sparkling chords and since Robert’s airy and swinging play of drums went forward curiously, “there was no hand left for a guitar”. Indie pop without guitars? But the music that has taken the best from Stereolab and St. Etienne, from the likeable simplicity of LoFi as well as from the interwoven harmony landscapes of a Burt Bacharach or a Karen Carpenter, this music has left behind the drawer of indie anyway. Trumpets, vibraphones, canonical Choirs. “It’s a Musical”, it really is. Back in the year of 2005 the wires radioed Ella Blixt, alias Bobby Baby, across the Baltic Sea. Soon most of her downloads came from Germany. The tracks of Bobby Baby, her former, now resting project, could be recorded in the evening and listened to on MySpace the next morning. And like “Bobby Baby” “It’s A Musical” also lives in and from this dynamics. “It was important for us on the one hand to use a good studio’s tonal opportunities for the album. But on the other hand we tried to change our recordings afterwards as little as possible. It all should sound direct, live.” However, Ella Blixt released an album under the name of “Bobby & Blumm” together with Berlin-based avantgarde-pop-bricoleur F. S. Blumm recently. Gentle, delicate woven soundwriting – also released by Morr Music. “Where Frank (aka F.S. Blumm) draws up fine sketches with a thin pencil I make a thick brushstroke”, Ella says. Bathing in colours. Growing up in a small town The story of pop music as a landscape of longing, the two artists in their mid-twenties could sing songs about it, in Swedish as well as in German. One of them grew up in South Swedish smalltown named Hultsfred the other one in Thuringian village Weissenborn. Growing up in a small town, boredom, escapism into sounds. At first, one played the transverse flute or the drums in the local brass band. Lateron, one played with the thought of leaving theses places behind. “If you wanted something to happen it was only you to make it happen”, Ella Blixt says. Do it yourself, literally spoken. This summer she drives home to Hultsfred in order to fill young girls with enthusiasm for those opportunities at a “popcamp” (www.popkollo.se).