St. Moritz – EP

Weit weg. Und glücklich

Prickelndes Champagner-Klima, wohltuende Höhensonne und ein kühler Drink am kristallklaren Pool. Paul Divjaks jüngstes Œuvre lädt zu einer kurzen Zwischenlandung ins mythenumrankte St. Moritz ein. Entstanden im legendären Palace Hotel, “Rangierbahnhof und Operationsbasis der High Society” (© Der Tagesspiegel), serviert Divjak Elektronikhäppchen vom Feinsten – und das nicht nur für Industrielle, Erben, Neureiche und Steuerflüchtige. – Eccolo! Hier kommt der Melonen-Juice! Wir schließen die Augen, und genießen den Sound, der uns mit sich trägt und von ganz oben erzählt. Im Handumdrehen sind wir weit weg. Und glücklich.

Visit St. Moritz together with Paul Divjak. Fine pieces of electronica served fresh and on ice (… and not only for billionaires). His sounds take you far away and pretty soon you are high on happiness.

what if
just happy now

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So fine / As if

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Cover art: Manuela Mitterhuber

The Western world has a brief history of ecstasy. Affected through and through by a belief system that triggered off the industrial revolution, achievement and pleasure were perceived as opposite poles of time spent. Work meant the construction of order. Pleasure meant indulgence in disarray. Formulated in more precise terms by Calvinism, such assumptions opened the world for the industrial revolution and the almost religious accumulation of wealth an property.

Also at the dawn of the revolution of the cultural industry, the same paradigms can be found. Freeing Rock´n´Roll from the indulgent disarray of darker and more intimate urges, over-achievers such as the Beatles would turn music into work. Manufacturing order in any possible aspect, intuition was replaced by multi-track recording and improvisation became theory. — mehr —