„Ehrlich klingende Techno-Musik, durchdrungen von starken Bässen, anmutigen Instrumentierungen und verträumten Melodien“ – mit diesen Attributen beschreibt der Berliner Jonas Saalbach seine Produktionen. Auf dem Hamburger Label Einmusika Recordings erschien seine 3-Track-EP „Lost“ und auch sein zweites Album "Perspective".
The future can be near or far away. Love can be tactile or beyond reach. This sound comes out from the window straight across the street - or is it just in your mind? It’s all a question of your perspective. Is something right or wrong, is it near or far, is it peaceful or not? Jonas Saalbach likes to play with all those possibilities. With his new album he tries to catch the perspectives of electronic music. Sometimes wild and free like in “Aerial Perspective“, sometimes controlled like in “Herzsprung“. After his debut album “Ancient Lake“, the Berlin based producer is bringing a versatile mixture for the club and for the festival season. Wide open soundspaces and long lasting melodies building the ground for something special. It’s upon your perspective, if this one is a journey through the electronic music history or a fiction of the upcoming sound of the season. “Pull On The Strings feat Morina Miconnet“ is one of those special tracks, you can enjoy in the car while driving to the ocean or drive deep into the vibes on the dancefloor. Let’s “Play With Birds“ and get an idea of passion and energy in perfect collaboration. So intense and cosmic - a typical Jonas Saalbach tune with a unique signature. The perspective on “Nightwalk feat Amber Long“ can be different. You can dance to a dark and moody track or find warm and organic synths playing. “Bonnie“ has a tight clap from the very beginning and it brings you a balanced mixture of bleeps and noises, overlined by a mystic synth part. There is so much more to discover on this beautiful collection. Let us take you on a trip to the moon with “Nomads“. Starting so calm and bringing you second by second to a restless journey. Are you still watching the earth from above? Or is your perspective different?