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TRP pairs an unreleased tune with the video of a gravity-defying street performer

A gem from Lobster Theremin's own

  • Harrison Williams
  • 28 October 2016

Rising German producer TRP, aka David Willenberger, recently shared a dreamy and atmospheric unreleased track paired with an intriguing video of a street performer that’s simply impossible not to watch.

Although Willenberger only just emerged with his TRP project in 2016, two outstanding releases on burgeoning labels Lobster Theremin and Shall Not Fade have generated a strong buzz within the underground community. Possessing a unique style consisting of dusty lo-fi sounds and an overall gritty motif, Willenberger drifts away from mainstream textures with a pleasantly distorted sound profile.

The new unreleased track, titled ‘Things Won't Change’, sees TRP take on an ethereal tone and delivers an arrangement that builds towards the climax with subtle acid stabs. The track is pure quality, but the video is truly captivating and features a street performer showcasing incredible skill.

Watch the video for TRP’s ‘Things Won't Change’ below and look our for more news on a possible release date coming soon.

Harrison is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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