The majestic and threatening ambiguity of the forces of nature... set to dark romantic space/doom/jazz music.
Assuming that all questions are resolved, all answers are given and all doubt is eliminated:
Man sees himself struggling and coming to terms with the given
incontrovertible conditions - resulting in painful knowledge and relief all at once.
Music about ultimateness... with a sense of cinematic grandeur, elegiac sadness, and high drama.
On this album, we empathize with a soul (symbolized by a trumpet) exposed to his own and surrounding nature, reflecting circumstances (ethereal vortexes of electronic soundscapes), at times accompanied by a stoical instance (a piano).
There we have the trumpet - scared and forlorn, sometimes troubled and rebelling, then again relieved and soaring... gliding through a surging wall of sound, constituting grave monumental aural landscapes with also a fierce, threatening quality at times.
"Morgen Wurde" is Wolfgang Röttger's mission in creating haunting musical ambiances. For this album, he joined forces with like-minded trumpeters with individual qualities and visions in free jazz and captivating lyricism:
Tetsuroh Konishi from Saitama, Japan, developed a strong reputation for his music composition and performance in Japan and beyond, collaborating in the art scene across multiple genres including writing, production, and education.
Australian born trumpeter Toby Mak was mentored throughout his
highschool years by Motown legend Gil Askey, today he is an in-demand sideman and jazz soloist, currently living in Shanghai.
Frank Wilke is a classically trained tenor saxophonist who expanded his skills to the trumpet and other wind instruments, bustling in diverse ensembles in the German Ruhr district and worldwide collaborations.
All of the three also being active in electronic music, they are a perfect match for this project.
The material is augmented by interpretations from a number of prolific producers:
Cogi from Manchester showcases his mastership for spaced out funky sampledelica on his remix.
Nightkites from Brighton deepens the cinematic qualities of today's future garage style.
Firnwald breeds wondrous flows of electronic freestyle in the heights of the German Allgäu.
Jan Nemeček from Belgrade is one of Serbia's finest electronic
musicians, here he delivers a stunningly epic and unique psychedelic trip.
encym is a London-based sound alchemist, creating bizarre beauty out of obscure or weirdly transformed sonic material. He conceived a haunting, fast-paced remix.
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