Mario Hammer And The Lonely Robot | Je L’ai Câlissée Là


Mario Hammer And The Lonely Robot | Je L’ai Câlissée Là

Product no.: BINE CD37

Available on June 2, 2017

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Life is a mystery. The more impressive that some people have the gift to express this mystery in an artistic way. Perhaps Mario Hammer and And The Lonely Robot itself is a mystery, which is strictly opposed to an explanation. But this blind spot, this great emptiness, has the power to make music come to life and to move a step closer to the meaning and purpose of this mystery.
Already the debut album L'esprit de L'escalier was a complete success and gave the listeners a wonderful differentness. On 02.06.2017 the new album Je L'ai Câlissée Là by Mario Hammer and the Lonely Robot will be released by BineMusic.


Live, love, laugh. Pain, shame, guilt. Grief, consolation, action. Hope, healing, helplessness. Loneliness, egoism, disappointment.
Transitless, we experience a harmonious combination of all these and many more emotions that mesmerize us hypnotically. Here you are confronted with the truth. Uniquely smartly packaged, we may have to end up with the fact that what we can feel from the one minute to the next is, indeed, irritable and engaging, but that exactly this property makes us human.
The ten very different titles devoted to different languages and proverbs take us on a journey throughout the emotional worlds of human existence. Or can the interpret be psyochologized at this point and should we rather speak of the journey throughout his sentiment? Mario Hammer's music is a time of reflection and pondering. He calls it life experience. We may be part of this realization and perhaps we will be aware of how often we can find ourselves in the tracks.
It is both the creativity, as well as the enormous sensitivity to sounds and sound colors that make up this album. For fourteen months Mario Hammer, in collaboration with Josef Steinbüchel, has developed an emotion and sound carousel that not only touches our senses but also stimulates us to think.


The album is pleasantly gently opened with the track Y'aburnee (Arabic) and triggers an emotional chaos almost by mistake by its clever composition. Can I be selfish when it comes to the death of another loved one? Tarvotur (Icelandic) gives no answer to this question, because instead tears may be the answer. It is up to each individual to decide whether these tears spring from a sadness, joy or anger. They are present and this track is an excellent way to answer a question that apparently does not have an answer, as Mamihlapinatapai (Yaghan) represents us further. The proverb encompasses the meaning of a wordless but meaningful gaze shared by two people who wish to initiate something but still hesitate to start something. Is Je L'ai Câlissée Là (French) the end of this story? At first it seems so, because the track displaces us into a thoughtful, increasingly sad mood. To draw a conclusion, abruptly conclude with something that one felt as beautiful, as romantic and grand. Soft tones embrace the painful thought of having to send this only person away, who has held this hand for so long and would never have been willing to let go. But let go? The deep impulses which lead the track Tenalach (Irish) after a thoughtful phase suggests something different. Pain is part of love. Both are indispensable in a rhythmic and mutually dependent combination. For no matter whether we cover up feelings, lie to ourselves with a view into the sky, life consists of Gezelligheid (Dutch), as the corresponding track expresses great. Slowly and fast rhythms fit into a pleasant unstoppable ride. At the same time, however, it is also possible to call Backpfeifengesicht (German). This exclamation is probably more ironic, perhaps with a little pinch of truth, which the track expresses within impulses and mutually complementary tones. Perhaps there is also a smile behind it. Then it is quiet again. The transition to Aay'han (Mando'a) can be compared with a true line of thought that begins slowly and then gets more and more louder. This bittersweet and at the same time perfect moment of grief and joy, in which you realize that those who have lost or who are gone are celebrating somewhere or having the time of their lives. Here it is almost philosophical and this philosophy is implanted truth. In the end it is called Verkackt Die Dritte (German) and does not need any, also in- the-physical justification for the fact that life goes on, no matter who you are or want to be in the future, with whom you celebrate or share the bed, from whom one has just passed or still needs to. A mixture of grief, thoughtfulness, irony, fun and joy underline the last track and offer a perfect expression in understanding life as well.

Release Date // June 02, 2017
Format // Digital Album // CD
Catalog Nr // BINE CD37
EAN // 880319865824

 

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