This is the second full-length release for Copenhagen-based Dub Tractor, aka Anders Remmer. Together with Thomas Knak (aka Opiate) and Jesper Skaaning aka Acustic), he is also a member of the Danish supergroup System and Future 3. Listening to his early works, one can clearly detect where the name for the project came from: spring reverbs and tape delays act as key ingredients, full of incredible blueprints of indie-driven electronica. While his first full-length More Or Less Mono marked a crossroads for Remmer, focusing more and more on his guitar, bass and vocals, Hideout officially declares that this transition is over. Dub Tractor is now a fully-blown one-piece indie band. With the hushed gentle crackle of static and warm lambent background noise, Hideout evokes music recorded in a dusty garage with an old microphone, picked up at a clear-out sale. Hideout is irresistibly quiet yet unbelievably catchy and somehow heartbreaking and melancholic at the same time. This is undoubtedly Anders Remmer's strongest and coziest album to date.
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