Austrian DJ/producer duo Wiener Planquadrat, consisting of Michael Weiler and Maximilian Atteneder, have released their new single “Ein Weites Feld“, alongside an accompanying video.
Showcasing a wide variety of analogue sounds and synths, the track builds an euphoric and futuristic atmosphere, featuring striking percussion that gives it a feeling of weight as well as utilising a vocal that blurs the line between human and robot.
The song continuously builds up the energy with a flurry of arpeggiators, sweeping pads and acid basslines, giving the listener the sense of breaking free from the atmosphere and launching off into space, as if they are floating away in zero gravity.
The track is out today, August 8 via Iptamenos Discos. Grab it here and watch the video below.
Wiener Planquadrat has built their sound over a variety of successful releases including their debut hit single ‘Stillstand’ and the follow up EP ‘Dschungel’, as well as many remixes and collaborations with artists such as Local Suicide, You Man, Kalipo, Dina Summer, Oberst & Buchner & Ali X.
In recent times they have been DJing and playing live shows in Berlin, Paris, Thessaloniki, and Vienna as well as focusing on the production of their debut album.
Photo credit: @mafiamashi