As Tim Eve and Laurence Horstman launch new EP ‘Aerodyamour’, we ask them about life's all essential matters
Focusing on a dark disco-tinged dancefloor tip, Night Angles (made up of London-based musician Tim Eve and as of recently, his live collaborator Laurence Horstman) combines the former’s wide-ranging musical influences from Chicago house to David Bowie’s Berlin years and the likes of Vangelis – as well as his personal love for the nostalgic properties of his other creative interest, photography.
Using built-in laptop mics and whatever was available to them, Night Angles’ debut EP ‘Aerodyamour’ on Swedish label Majeure is the first offering of Eve’s knack for fusing engaging pop melodies and electronic beats. Having already remixed the likes of Metronomy, Real Fur, D/R/U/G/S, and Clock Opera, deftly applying catchy ‘space-age disco’ sounds, Eve and Horstman will be playing tonight at East London’s The Macbeth.
... Your secret talent?
Machine music with a human heart. Or like a good friend of Steven Spielberg thats been lost in a big forest for a long time.