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Tired Eyes Kingdom

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Fatigue and megalomania – this is how you could read the band name, among which Elif Dikec, Isabelle Pabst and Yotam Schlezinger got together:
Tired Eyes Kingdom
But, of course, the kingdom that stretches behind the tired eyes is one of humbleness, not of almighti- ness. The band and their sound are post territorial - and in this respect a guiding example for artistic exchange processes and sound design, in times when others build walls.
Their music can only develop when the protagonists get lost in their sound for days and nights, until it is freed from attributions and causal ambitions. Being children of our time
- but not good children. not concerned of taking up the contemporary music one-on-one or joining the ranks of the zeitgeist of the contemporaries. With stubborn wilfulness they deconstruct impressions from what is shimmering around them. That‘s the reason why you have to think of a band like Portishead, or Moderat, Lali Puna, Micachu and the Shapes and Deerhunter, Now, a permanently peeling snake is anything but a beautiful playmate, yet exactly therein lays the uniqueness of Tired Eyes Kingdom, they look for change, but they admire the song and would never sacrifice it for the heat of the moment. The Cologne based DJ and producer Hans Nieswandt (among others Whirlpool Production), an avid fan and mentor of Tired Eyes Kingdom, has put this in a nutshell: „An organism of laptops and stompboxes - from wholly delicate to brutal, cute to disharmonic.“

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