Pascal Terstappen a.k.a. Applescal is rapidly becoming one of the most interesting and forward thinking artists in the Traum Schallplatten stable, combining ambient and broken beat electronica with the harmonic complexity typical for the Traum. The young Amsterdam-based producer cites artists like Extrawelt and Nathan Fake as influences, something which can still be discerned on his recent second album 'A Mishmash of Changing Moods', but at the same time manages to take his style in a new and exciting, more abstract direction.
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The Album A Mishmash of Changing Moods (+Video) was reviewed:Young Amsterdam producer Applescal steps up the abstraction level for an intriguing sonic journey - doing away with straight beats for good, his sophomore full-length combines ambient and broken beat electronica with finely textured harmonics.
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