L-One is a young Munich hip-hop beat smith and a lover of drum computers. At only 24-years-old, he already has a considerable discography as a producer including projects such as ATP’s “C’est La Vie Or What?” (2016 on Bumm Clack) as well as Weltuntergäng’s “Dogmatikers Elfen” (2014 on Tieftonkultur). As a part of Akere and Manufaktur, he also ventured into new genres in the recent years and provided new approaches to TripHop and Dubstep.
On the Farska LP, L-One processes his impressions of his vacation in Croatia in 2015 and 2016. Every song was created on the beach with only an MPC60, which carries its title either of the meal (2015) or the drink (2016) of the previous evening.
Far away from civilization and the daily grind: a calm bay on the southside of a small Croatian island. No one around, just a few cabins. The sound of the sea blending in with the chirping of the crickets, melted candle wax between spilled olive oil and empty matchboxes. A magical place, where you automatically start to think differently – where you find peace – and focus on the essentials: nature, food and creativity. Fresh ingredients, a few samples, a field recorder, lots of atmosphere and a drum computer. This way, new impressions are immediately processed and organic instrumentals come into being almost by themselves while the swimsuits are drying in the evening sun. The Farska LP is a collection of these sensations – a very special postcard. Calm audio waves inspired by the vibe of the past two summer vacations. An album close to nature that wakens wanderlust.