#: dialCD 15
minimal, tech-house, deep house
hubscale: topaz [8.0]
|10.||Wasting My Time|
note: "Almost 10 years after Paul Kominek aka Turner cofounded the Dial Label he now releases his long awaited first Pawel album. In the meantime his Turner Project grew to an amazing success, his large output includes 3 Longplayers on Ladomat and Mute and many singles and remixes for Ellen Alien, Miss Kitten, Depeche Mode etc. In 2006 Kominek founded the Orphanear label in Berlin to take care of his own releases, newcomers and remixes by Vince Watson, Robert Hood and Sten. Now his debut album comes out covered by silver typographie on a white sleeve, reduced and glittering- just like Pawel's music. It was a long journey to reach the top of Kominek's work. After firstly touching the techno music scene in the Detroit influenced Frankfurt he moved to the melancholic deep city Hamburg. From here he started several trips around the world, mainly southamerica and asia. All this melts together into the typical sound of Pawel. Tracks such as Coke und Crillon are deeply inspired by almost two decades of Detroit's Planet E - Era, followed by new artists like Patrice Scott and Omar S. The Warp alike Muscles comes up with a touch of Plaid's elegance but subtile deepness conects it to other lowlights like Alvin and Wasting My Time. Here you find again the sweet and lovely Turner, a musician who reinvented him self to share a dream with us." - kompakt.fm.