Genre: Jazz Fusion. Released: 2017-06-28.
An Unrestrained Cornucopia of Fusion, Funk, Rock, and Jazz! Jazz harmonies and improvisation are merged with rock and funk music’s hard-hitting primal beats, and fused into a euphoric, vibrant and very personal expression of sophisticated elegance and accessible grooves.
Issued in an exclusive DigiPak with 8-pages booklet and personal download card. Shrink-wrapped.
- Naked Ladies (Interlude)
- Would U (feat. Emilie Molsted)
- Electroshock (Interlude)
- Man vs Nature
- Damn Good Coffee
Mathias Heise (chromatic harmonica/keys/vocoder)
Mads Christiansen (electric guitar)
David Vang (electric bass)
Aksel Stadel Borum (drums)
+ special guests:
Emilie Molsted (vocals on #5), Hans Ulrik (saxophone on #3), Live Strings (strings on #9), Anne Dirks (vocoder on #2)
Recorded at Sund Sound Recording Studio, Fredensborg (DK)
Produced by Erik Zobler
Mix & Mastering: Erik Zobler, Studio Zed, Los Angeles
Label: Giant Sheep Music
NOTE! Also available on vinyl: GSM0276
Mathias Heise Quadrillion - Decadence (CD)
'Decadence' is the sequel to Mathias Heise Quadrillion's debut album 'Sudden Ascent' (2015).
As the title suggests, this album is both an expression of and an exploration of the word “decadence”. And to a certain extent, the album represents decadence itself. A virile and unrestrained cornucopia playing with throbbing beats, harmonies, tones and improvisation. A dynamic plethora of sounds, ideas and wildness, where the objective is beauty, enthusiasm, joie de vivre, bliss, pleasure.
And last, but not least, liberation from the inhibitions of conventions and stereotypes. This urge for complete liberation – and to do exactly whatever they want – has meant that MHQ's music is now dubbed FuRoJazz. FU for future, funk and fusion, RO for rock, and of course, Jazz.
The guys allow themselves plenty of space to experiment, but the band’s unique composition of musical personalities never leaves you in any doubt of the originators.
'Decadence' is produced by acclaimed L.A. producer Erik Zobler, who is known for his longstanding cooperation with George Duke, among many others.