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The Spirit of the Golden Twenties is with us even a hundred years later and is still captivating people with flair and esprit from New York to Shanghai. But with prohibition, the stock market crash, flapper-girls and boisterous charleston dancing - the 2020s were a time of radical changes, too. Tape Five was already looking forward to chilled sounds in a sunny future, but with the sign of our times pointing to either "dancing on the volcano" or the swansong of civilization as we know it - we decided it was better to deliver a rousing party album! Tape Five, founded in 2003 by master-mind Martin Strathausen (favorite quote:"I did it my way"), have already navigated their way through many facettes of vintage/retro music, and since 2010 have been making a name for themselves as "pioneers of electroswing". Since then they have thrived on a mixture of beats using the means of modern times, but with song structures, stories, atmospheres, arrangements and live musicians inspired by days gone by, when enthusiasm for music boomed and musical individualism was paramount. "The Roaring 2020s" is Tape Five?s seventh album. Sepia coloured retro-modern screenshots in music: a vintage car cruise with the instrumental "Duesenberg", a driving dixie clarinet in "The Cats Pyjamas". A retro uptempo version of Ramp;B hit "Happy", the beat is waltzing through the hall with "Ballroom Troopers"... The gypsy swing ballad "Once Upon a Summernight", and the old black corded phone:"Why don?t you just call?" A hommage to Brooklyns good old days "Saturday Night down on the corner", or a rendezvous with the mysterious beardy dame in "Lady Moustache". Party like it?s 1929!
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