Baltimore
Beautiful Swimmers (Musicians)
Beautiful Swimmers is a musical duo from Baltimore, consisting of Andrew Field-Pickering (Maxmillion Dunbar) and Ari Goldman.
Beautiful Swimmers in Features
Music Interview | posted 30.07.2011
Beautiul Swimmers
Get symbolized, yo!
Auf ihrer kürzlich angetretenen Deutschlandvisite schnappten wir uns Ari und Andrew (alias Maxmillion Dunbar), die gemeinsam als Beautiful Swimmers eklektische Tanzmusik produzieren, die von Ned Doheny, Adonis und Kool Keith gleichermaßen inspiriert ist, sperrten sie zwei Stunden weg und spielten ihnen Platten vor. Einen repräsentativen Ausschnitt aus dieser zweistündigen Listening Session findet ihr hier. Get symbolized, yo!
Beautiful Swimmers in Reviews
Music Review | posted 01.11.2010
Maxmillion Dunbar
Cool Water
Slow Motion House? Cosmic Boogie? All is possible, nothing is carved in stone. But we are astonished by one of this year´s best albums. A revelation!
Recent Articles
Music Portrait | posted 12.11.2020
Tidal Waves
Riding the Wave
A powerful wave has already washed many treasures ashore. Seen in this way, the name fits, because the Belgian reissue label Tidal Waves searches for, discovers and publishes pearls of music history believed to be lost.
Music News | posted 24.06.2020
Apollo Brown & Che' Noir
Exclusive Edition: »As God Intended«
Apollo Brown has teamed up with Che’ Noir for »As God Intended«, which will be released by Mello Music Group on September 4, 2020. The album is exclusively available from us in a Coloured Vinyl Edition.
Music Review | posted 20.07.2020
Adult Fantasies
Towers Of Silence
A very deserving compilation brings us Stroom these days with »Towers Of Silence« from the Belgian Adult Fantasies.
Music Review | posted 23.07.2020
Eiko Ishibashi
Hyakki Yagyō
On her first solo studio album in two years, »Hyakki Yagyō«, Eiko Ishibashi brings wonderfully wondrous sounds into flowing movements on two sound collages.
Music Review | posted 24.06.2020
Biosphere
Dropsonde
The new edition of »Dropsonde« comes along with seven bonus tracks. The Norwegian producer Biosphere then radically reinterpreted an entire genre.