The album "Low Voltage" deserved a lot of positive feedbacks. The sound of the "Low Voltage" has a very soft intelligent character with a hint of glitch. The acoustic guitar playing sometimes on a background, adds to music a little vitality and juiciness and finishes this picture a female vocal – a little playful, and from time to time hardly heard in general. After the "Low Voltage" presentation Unlockedoor started to appear more often on the Moscow independent platforms, acting in the company of such musical projects, as Ambidextrous, Jermook, Dustveil, Livelectro, Sleepy Town Manufacture, Illuminated Faces, Midimode, etc. Unlockedoor also received an invitation to warm up such well known musicians like Vladislav Delay, Berg Sans Nipple and PLUXUS. In the summer of 2009 Grin & Don released the second official album called "Private Space" on their own label "Family Jam" which was presented in Duma club.
From the moment of the debut album's premiere the Unlockedoor's sound strongly mutated and moved away from concept of "inditronic". The album "Private space" constructed from the most different styles and elements of the electronic music such as breaks, drum & bass, idm & etc. The Unlockedoor's sound became more electronic, atmospheric, and completely instrumental with a lot of gentle and romantic guitars. But there’s also two tracks with vocals on the album: «True feelings» and «Ground control». Despite sometimes quite long pauses in creativity, the Unlockedoor project never stopped the existence.
Grin and Don continue the experiments with sound and vocals, attracting more new synthesizers, guitars, drum machines and accumulate a new material which will shortly be embodied into music tracks. In 2013 Unlockedoor will return with the new concert program and a couple of fresh releases among which a joint album with the Midimode project, remixes for Orbital and, at last, the third studio album. Follow the UND on a new official site www.UNLOCKEDOOR.com. The Door is still open … Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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