proudly presents the two lifetime projects by founder Horst Grabosch
“The purpose of life is in between”
Horst Grabosch continues his narrative journey about the states of the human soul. This time the theme is chance in the form of fate. The weaver of fate comes across as a relaxed lady in electro house style and weaves merrily away. With Alexis Entprima, all those involved come together in an upbeat and relaxed club atmosphere. The music has something of the old easy listening style of Bert Kaempfert in it, although it is based on common but oscillating pop styles.
Music is also fundamentally an art form. All art forms have offshoots in the form of “commercial art”. Paintings are produced as wall decorations for homes and music is also sold as acoustic background music for everyday life. Some artists react to this practice by linking an artistic claim with this social attitude. Andy Warhol’s “Pop Art” is an example of this. Art critics and curators, who are supposed to be an aid to interpretation for art lovers, initially find it difficult to deal with such works because they are strongly linked to art history. This is why innovations in art are often promoted by art fans. That’s why I’m addressing you directly, dear art lover.
What makes emotions real? You are listening to a beautiful pop ballad in which a beguiling female voice laments a sad loss. You are touched because you feel the pain. Who is the singer? What does the supposedly delicate creature look like? Who composed the song? We can’t answer the questions seriously, but the result touches and that is the most important thing in music. And yes, the producer of this wonderful mosaic of sound building blocks, soul-searcher Horst Grabosch, has a comprehensive music education – so far it is extremely serious.
The use of artificial intelligence in music production has become a hot topic. On the surface, it’s about copyright law, but hidden within that is the accusation that it’s morally reprehensible for artists to make use of AI in production. Reason enough for a concerned person to take a stand on this. My name is Horst Grabosch and I am a book author and music producer at the Entprima Publishing label.
Horst Grabosch and Alexis Entprima with a new dance track that again goes into the leg as well as the brain. A poppy horn section, borrowed from the days of Chicago and Blood Sweat and Tears, is at the center of the song. As you would expect with Grabosch’s compositions, there are also extensive quotes from the blues and a guest appearance by the Peking Opera – all perfectly molded into a tropical house track.
Horst Grabosch continues to surf the wave of summer with his alter ego Alexis Entprima. Today his message is “Talk to Me”, which is always better than “Shoot on Me”. Like the last summer singles, it is electronic dance music with always different subgenres, like electro or Future House in this case. And again Grabosch invites some eclectic guests. In this song a rock band sounds from another world. There’s definitely a different way to be boring.
A Message From Our Editor
“Development don’t stop!” When we started with Entprima, there was a band called Entprima Live without any recordings but lot of live events. You can follow the way of this band on their own website > Entprima Live
Meanwhile we have recording projects with million plays and things get more complex. I try my best to give you an overview and to keep you informed.
Editor in Chief