🇯🇵 Having released their third album, the Japanese Minami Deutsch have reached the peak of their activity and portrayed the founded balance in new colors.
The band’s leader Kyotaro Miula (guitar, vocals, synths, drums) called this work “the encyclopedia of kraut “. You can argue with this statement or not accept it. But one thing is for sure: once you catch the pulse of the first track, you won’t lose it until the very end of the record.
It’ s an album which is warm and cool at the same time. In a word, fresh. One of the strengths of “Fortune Goodies” is its conciseness. Unlike a whole cohort of the genre’s followers, Minami Deutsch do not get deep into the wilds of musical loops and endlessly returning phrases. For them, it is more important to explore the boundaries… or maybe not to perceive them.
The tracks turned out to be capacious, fast and harmonious. The quartet worked on the content for quite some time, devoting themselves to rehearsals and reworking of the material. And there is nothing to complain about: a tight bass, powerful drums, a frisky guitar and a moderate amount of synthetics on top of everything. Great cocktail for the ears.