Tha Tian Market

Tha Thian Market

Back in the 17th Century Tha Thian was the trade centre for Bangkok, as an agricultural market once reserved for the royal family. Over the years its function has changed into its current form, as a lively, dried and salted seafood market circled by beautifully restored Sino-Portugese arches period shopfronts painted yellow and green - indicating that they are managed by the Crown Property Bureau. 

Artist Notes:

The song is based almost entirely on sounds I recorded at the market. The idea is that the market slowly comes alive in a percussive way as if people working on the market were all slowly getting into the same rhythm. At some point it becomes a gathering of people dancing and at the end slowly going back to their as i recall it pretty relaxed working style.
I haven‘t used field recordings that extensively before and for it was a very unusual way of working, not having a studio and relying completely on the recorded sounds on the market but I really enjoyed the process, it feels like a snapshot of the moment inexperienced the place.

Daniel Brandt

Daniel Brandt

German electronic artist Daniel Brandt’s music conjures a playful form of minimalism informed as much by Steve Reich as it is by Detroit techno, with a percussive sensibility grounded in his roots as a drummer. 

Alongside his solo work, Brandt is a founder member of the already legendary German trio Brandt Brauer Frick, and a skilled filmmaker who directs his own music videos, and runs his own online TV channel,

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Daniel Brandt

Tha Tian