Geneva-based hardly classifiable yet unmistakable Sinner DC return with a new album, and this welcome addition enriches their already extensive discography with another display of both the constant evolution and consistence in quality that the trio is known for. Their previous albums, most recent of which were released on the English label AI Records, gathered untarnished acclaim from every media outlet, tastemaker and listener who paid attention. Sinner DC’s unique brand of overwhelming electronic music has left very few indifferent and gathered an avid following that’s certain to grow in number and grow fonder at a listen of Future That Never Happened, the new album planned for release this November on Mental Groove Records.
Sinner DC have been forging an increasingly solid reputation for impeccable tunes and sweeping electronic sounds for themselves over the years. The live trio whose sound is as captivating as it is unique merges a combination of electronics, mechanical investigations and terraforming sounds, which will stop for nothing. The minimal vocals, captured sound waves and clever programming all pull together to create another doorstep slice of goodness that AI Records are getting renowned for.
Sinner DC have already performed more than 100 times all around Europe as live set or dj set with Plaid, The Field, Vitalic, Sigur Ros, M83, Spectrum, Margaret Dygas, Black Dice, Matias Aguayo, Nuno dos Santos & Patrice Bäumel, Mondkopf, Emperor Machine … and also collaborated with artists such as Sonic Boom, Christian Marclay, Water Lilly, Rone, Object Object, Geoff McFetridge, Parra, Neil Krug, Piano Magic. On stage, digital videos by Alexia Turlin & Sinner DC support a live show with drumming, real-time sampling, distant voices, toy organ, and slide guitar & bass.