Electric Souls by Theatre Of DelaysElectric Souls is a sparkling lemonade turned into music. Fresh, and with a slightly acid sound, it quenches your mind with a taste of childhood a bit retro and tens of tiny electronic bubbles, happily crackling into your ears.

Bonsai Symphony encapsulates, in not even 4 minutes, all the movements and the twists you can find in a regular size symphony. A warm retro sound harmonizes a lazy, and pretty jazzy melody, with a definitely electronic and exuberant rhythm. The result is just as refined and surprising as those lovely miniaturized trees can be.

Listen to the Original Tracks & Remixes By Acid Washed & Superlover:

The music of Theatre of Delays has a rare capacity: it can turn a simple walk in the city, with your headphones on, into a movie scene.
There’s a cinematic touch in every work of this Berlin based producer.

The original style of Tommi Theatralo (that’s the name of the guy behind the scenes) proved its worth since his very first appearance, two years ago, with a non official remix of Justice’s Audio, Video, Disco.
After that spark a long sequence of personal reworks and official remixes came, like the shiny tail of a firework.

Theatre of Delays seems to know every shade of emotion: in his Remix of Superlover’s “Sequential Circuits” he plays with nostalgy, coming to build a dreamy and trembling love story in his remix of Acid Washed’s “Fire N’ Rain” at Record Makers.
He hits the number 1 on the Hype Machine Chart with two different tracks: the “played with toys” version of Daft Punk’s “Doin’ It Right” and the epic and desperate rework of Red Hot Chili Peppers“Californication”.
But Theatre of Delays is not only a remixer, Shine, his first original release, a ray of sunshine boogie and Black Ballet his latest heart-warming gem, hit recently the number 9 on the Hype Machine Chart.

Watch the video of Theatre Of Delays´ Black Ballet:

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Theatre Of DelaysElectric Souls EP on Bandcamp: theatreofdelays.bandcamp.com/album/electric-souls

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