Timo Maas

Timo Maas - Pictures - Album Review

Timo Maas - Pictures - Album Review
Timo Maas
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A Triumph! This is Timo’s first production album since the hugely acclaimed ‘Loud’ from back in 2002 where he created a name for himself by producing fiercely original and brave dance floor staples utilising inspirational collaborations not really stirred up since Leftfield’s ‘Leftism’. Kelis is back on this one as too, helping Timo to again break the boundaries of conventional dance music. You will also recognise the distinctive tones of Placebo’s Brian Molko and Neneh Cherry.

Timo Maas has already demonstrated that he has the capacity to create the kind of music you can expect to be hearing tomorrow. The thing is he’s doing it today.

Like ‘Loud’ this album is a journey. The sounds are as addictive as the best of his work and he keeps on surprising you with an unsurpassed talent for producing some of the best dance music in the world. The key word here is variety as he’s taking his inspiration as ever from all around him from the sights and smells of hip-hop, tech house and even rock

Everyone should own this album. Shame on you if you deny it its place in your collection

Pete Ainsley



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