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Vomit Heat

Music / Indie / Essen, Germany

Blending past and future in a prism whose facets reflect Krautrock and post-punk, shoegaze and psychedelic pop in a multitude of colours - Nils Herzogenrath already achieved this in 2009 on his debut, “2180”. It was such a success that it was drowned in praise, and not just by the local music press. After years of tweaking and testing, bedroom productions and collaborations with renowned greats of the German indie scene (from Hendrik Otremba to Niklas Wandt to Stella Sommer), the man from his adoptive Cologne showed again in 2016 on his follow-up album “Spirit Desire” why he’s one of the most interesting representatives of the German, or rather European, DIY scene under his stage name, Vomit Heat. This year saw the release of “Second Skin”, probably the most sophisticated work to date from the oeuvre of this multimedia jack-of-all-trade, who draws comparisons with all kinds of big names – from My Bloody Valentine to Deerhunter – while still doing his very individual thing.

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