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Solomun continues album rollout with ‘Kreatur Der Nacht’ – Dancing Astronaut


With “Home” having previously hit the top spot on Beatport‘s Top 100 chart, Solomun now continues his album rollout with the Isolation Berlin-assisted “Kreatur Der Nacht.” The track, which translates to “Creatures of the Night,” is a unique blend of Solomun’s electronic stylings with Islolation Berlin’s post-punk sound, as Solomun explains:

“As a child of the ’80s, I had wanted to make a track with this special feeling for a long time, one which is playing with the punk and new wave appeal of that time. So I was very happy that the band ‘Isolation Berlin’ and I got together last year and the track “Kreatur der Nacht” was born.”

“Kreatur Der Nacht” is the second track released on Solomun’s NINL imprint, launched in October. The Bosnian-German’s forthcoming record, to be released via NINL, will drop in full in May 2021. The single’s video was directed by Golden Globe and Cannes award-winning film director Faith Akin, who explained their inspirations for the video, stating,

“On the pursuit of distraction we become ‘Creatures of the Night’… Mladen and I grew up in the same hood at the same time. It must have been an incredibly creative area…although all I can remember is gang-land. Our mutual dreams from lightyears ago we express in this video, but also the desire for distraction in the here and now and the departure unto a possible, not all to distant future.

Mladen mixes his signature contemporary sound with the new wave of the early ’80s, [which] also shaped me. Artifacts of this culture repeatedly appear in my work; that’s why it was a huge gift for me to be able to have a go at this epic track, visually and narratively. It is the Solomun just the way I love and cherish him, who gave me the chance to personally express myself here.”

Featured image: Tomorrowland

Tags: fatih akin, isolation berlin, ninl, Solomun

Categories: Music

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