After four years of meticulous songwriting, Radare return with their fourth album titled Der Endless Dream. In contrast to their previous, self-recorded album Im Argen, the Wiesbaden and Leipzig-based band chose to record Der Endless Dream with Lari Eiden at Lunar City Studio in Darmstadt. The result is a sonic journey characterised by droning synths, soothing woodwind, and wailing guitars, for fans of Slint, Bohren & Der Club of Gore, and the soundtrack of Twin Peaks.

Der Endless Dream explores the confusion of adolescent desires in a collage of warm greys and dark earth tones, retaining the cinematic aspects of previous records, but exchanges the narrative focus for one more diverse and scenic.

Whilst the band’s debut album, Infinite Regress (2010), was an affair of heavy riffing and abrasive textures—a sound they moved away from on 2011’s Hyrule—it was their 2015 album, Im Argen (also released by Golden Antenna Records), which marked the fruition of a more contemplative sound dominated by Rhodes piano and brushed drums. Der Endless Dream is a further progression from that sound, being more guitar and synth-driven, and features an updated line-up of Fabian Bremer (guitars, synths), Henrik Eichmann (drums, clarinet), Jobst M. Feit (guitars, synths), and Dominik Fink. Fink replaces longtime band member Matthias Jurisch on bass and adds a different tonal color to the album with his saxophone.

Der Endless Dream was mixed by Henrik Eichmann and mastered by Harris Newman, the latter of whom has previously worked with bands such as Timber Timbre and Arcade Fire. The album features cover art and packaging designed by Fabian Bremer, and will be released on the 29th of March in all formats through Golden Antenna Records.

(Text: Robert Westerveld)


Törzs – Tükör LP (Splatter)

PRESSING INFO: 300 copies. 150 splatter, 150 black. 180 gram vinyl, download code. For friends of: Explosions In The Sky, The Mercury Program, (early) This

Törzs – Tükör CD (Digisleeve)

For friends of: Explosions In The Sky, The Mercury Program, (early) This Will Destroy You The Budapest trio Tӧrzs take their name from Hungarian terminology

Radare – All Filler 7″ (Gold)

All Filler 7″ by RadareEight months after the release of their latest album, Der Endless Dream, follows Radare’s All Filler, a 7“ with two songs


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