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Law of the Dawn

Law of the Dawn

Law of the Dawn


Project history Law of the Dawn was founded in Bonn in 1989 by keyboarders Marcus C. and Andrew Thomas E., 15 respectively 17 years old at that time. In the course of several sessions, seven tapes were recorded using a simple four-track multitracker. Stilistically, the music can be described as being somewhere between Darkwave and harsh Electro. Slowly, the actual LOTD sound emerged from the different music tastes of the two band members. Marcus C. Read more on Last.fm
Project history Law of the Dawn was founded in Bonn in 1989 by keyboarders Marcus C. and Andrew Thomas E., 15 respectively 17 years old at that time. In the course of several sessions, seven tapes were recorded using a simple four-track multitracker. Stilistically, the music can be described as being somewhere between Darkwave and harsh Electro. Slowly, the actual LOTD sound emerged from the different music tastes of the two band members. Marcus C. was contributing to the rough electronic side, while Andrew E. was responsible for the calm, melancholic sounds. In 1995, the demo tape "Different Faces", a mix of material from the years 1990 to 1994, found its way to the "Discordia" label. This demo became the debut CD "Stories about Shadows and Lights" that was released the same year. Primarily produced by Andrew E.

- Markus C., now guest musician due to his departure from the band, and Lisa G., a pianist, each contributed one track to the album. The music and lyrics of the second album that was released in 1997, "Daemmerung der kalten Schatten", was composed and produced by Andrew E. single-handedly.In 2005, after some years of silence, a new demo maxi-single called "Crying with your tears" was released. This MCD was once again produced single-handedly by Andrew E. and is distributed exclusively on the Law of the Dawn - Homepage. The music The songs of Law of the Dawn and their story deal with the polarity of many things. Everything, no matter how opposed fragments may seem to be, depends on the antipole.

No light without shadow - no night without day. Sometimes very simple and cold appearing sound structures are combined with Andrew's distinctive and warm sounding voice, which lets listeners sink into a seemingly dreamy world. Although the deeper meaning of this music can not immediately be discovered, it still leaves space for personal images to emerge inside the listener's mind. The "Law" in the band's name is a metaphor for the division of powers (legislative, judiciary, executive), which in turn stands for heart, intellect and act. The "Dawn" symbolizes polarity / dependancy of opposites. In an emotional context this means no joy without pain (or vice versa), in a more mundane context this might mean no night without day etc. Read more on Last.fm.

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