DJ / producer Henri Bergmann is poised to announce her debut release in the form of ‘Interference’ through her brand new label Automatik this summer.
A futuristic underground cut aimed squarely at peak time dance-floors, ‘Interference’ is laced with bleepy melodies & cinematic pads, washing over percussive beats and tribal rhythms.
She says: “I wrote this as a nod to space wars, which are happening all over again now between billionaires instead of governments, and also to my favourite film ‘Blade Runner’ and its composer Vangelis. I wanted my first track on Automatik to be a darker club track, but still keep the melodic spacey elements that I’ve always loved making”.
Bergmann’s recent releases ‘Last Dance’ and ‘Benadryl’, both peaked at #1 in the Hype Machine charts and drew critical acclaim from the likes of Data Transmission, Acidstag and Le Visiteur. Armed with a new darker, more melodic direction, she created Automatik, a London-based techno label, in order to showcase new talent whilst staying true to underground club roots.
Bergmann has received support from the likes of Pete Tong on Radio 1, and on going club rotation from John Monkman, Arthur Baker, Tensnake, Sofi Tukker, Vaal and Nicolas Masseyeff.
Currently in the studio finishing up a new collection of darker club releases, Bergmann explores her deep fascination for analogue tones and futuristic cinemascapes. From 303 acid baselines to the dystopian realm of Blade Runner, her sound draws you in to a world of dark melodies and techno rhythms.
‘Interference’ will be available via Automatik on 24th May 2019.
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