Review : DOMINIK EULBERG - Heimische Gefilde
StylusMagazineDominik Eulberg may or may not be working as a naturalist and park ranger to earn supplemental income these days, but that isn’t to say that he isn’t still using those skills. The influence of natural sounds and textures on Eulberg’s brand of electronic dance music is understated—stompers like “Bionik” or “Der Buchdrucker” certainly aren’t laden with sampled bird calls or beavers chomping happily on logs—but once it is pointed out to you, it all starts to make some sort of sonic sense....full text
PitchForkIt's only natural to want to translate the Germanic song titles of Dominik Eulberg, in part because they're said to derive from nature. No reference to Eulberg as a DJ/producer goes without mention of his also having worked as a park ranger, and what could be more novel than a German techno artist who talks about birds and trees when he's not busy being post-human?...full text
CokeMachineGlowDominik Eulberg continues to fascinate me by doing the sorts of clichéd things I hate about techno and trance while making me somehow like them. Elsewhere, his whole nature/future paradox may nurture his output, but to be honest the bird sounds on Flora & Fauna (2004) were sort of beside the point for me (one of the reasons mix Kreucht & Fleucht (2005) was a better gauge of his concept). And here he is again with skip-to-my-loo bass lines ricocheting out of “Adler” and obvious drops and a whole Commodore 64 breakdown in “Gashof ‘Zum satten Bass’” and spoken word segues between the mostly-edited mostly-previously released 12 inchers that make up this album and again I’m…not sure what to say about it....full text
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