Andrew Applepie & Bjurman sway away in ‘Waltz of Despair’
Berlin-based producer Andrew Applepie and Swedish vocalist Bjurman are back yet again with their latest collaborative victory ‘Waltz of Despair’ released on September 15th via Seeking Blue Records.
With the original track and vocals supplied by Sandra Bjurman, a collaborative version was then created by Andrew Applepie, capturing their individual energies and emotions like never before and blending it together into a thought-provoking piece of art.
Stream ‘Waltz of Despair’ by Andrew Applepie & Bjurman below –
Drawing influence from modern electronic artists such as Caribou and Baths, as well as classic beatmakers like RJD2 and bands such as Gorillaz – Applepie also takes influence from alternative/independent artists like Sigur Rós and Deerhunter.
Andrew Applepie loves producing music, creating songs with everything he gets his hands on. He uses all kinds of instruments, ranging from familiar choices like guitar and drum machines to exotic contraptions he picked up while traveling, to all the stuff you would find in a kitchen. His very unique style transpires his charm, wit and happy nature, bringing an organic sound and laid back timing to electronic music.
For Sandra Bjurman, nothing compares to the feeling of a freshly hatched song idea. Her vivid imagination has her accumulate bits and parts of melodies and words, processing her experiences and surroundings, giving live to emotionally powerful pieces of music through her writing and captivating voice.
Purchase ‘Waltz of Despair’ by Andrew Applepie & Bjurman via iTunes