Release Date: January 29 2015
Two years after releasing his latest album, electronic musician Keenhouse returns to the fold with “Argon Decibel”, the introductory single for his third LP to date. Memories of tomorrow, sci-fi surrealism and futuristic impressionism are the main inspirations that define “A Future Past”, his new album. “I started to work on this album right after my last production. At that time I wanted to try something different musically, observing music and sound from a visual perspective”, Keenhouse affirms.
The official first single “Argon Decibel” clearly depicts that artistic and human metamorphosis Keenhouse is experimenting with in his new productions, a powerful transition to acoustic instruments combined with synthetic sounds, which unquestionably are an inherent part of Keenhouse’s style. “There are strings and brass sections that I wanted to incorporate for a long time, acoustic instruments that for me can’t ever be replaced by any machine or synthesizer. Those classical sounds combined with electronic music can create this sort of juxtaposition, which I like to experiment with”, says Keenhouse.
For the release of his new album, Keenhouse has joined forces with Shinya Sato, a multimedia artist based in Japan who has created videos for internationally acclaimed music groups including Chateau Marmont, Crystal, Strip Steve, and Shinichi Ozawa. Shinya is currently working on what is to become the artwork for “A Future Past”, and also serving as the video director for the introductory single, “Argon Decibel”.