Quentin Mosimann Drops New Album ‘The 8 Deadly Sins’
Quentin Mosimann this month lifts the lid on his much-hyped album ‘The 8 Deadly Sins’. Rammed with no less than thirteen original productions, he’s successfully achieved what so few electronic musicians dare to attempt. With an emphasis on Progressive House with borrowed elements from other sub-genres of dance music, Quentin has impressively proved his artistry with this varied and constantly quality package. Having secured #69 in the DJ Mag’s Top 100 in 2013, he’s taken an approach that few in the EDM world can compare to.
No stranger to the album format, Quentin’s latest venture brings him back to his first love, true and pure electronic dance music. With his own globally recognisable vocals an integral addition to his arsenal, Quentin offers a range of talents far beyond that of production and mixing records. Whether on a synthesiser, drum kit or microphone – he’s a genuine example of a musician that can turn to any tools and perform at the highest of levels.
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‘The 8 Deadly Sins’ is a genuine album, a collection of ‘songs’ that have narrative and relevance to each other. With all too many EDM stars releasing a package of singles and calling it an album, Quentin has given the dance music world a reminder of what the format is all about. ‘The 8 Deadly Sins’ lets the music do the talking, something Quentin has done for his entire career and it’s that pro-active mentality, mixed with his extraordinarily widespread talent that makes him an essential selection.