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Compact Space

April 26, 2011

Laura’s Blog Entry

Today’s hot item? Music news! Music news with a Depeche Mode connection even!

The band Compact Space has signed a recording deal with Ferryhouse Productions in Hamburg, Germany. The band, featured on our podcast episode number 35: “Very Wonderful on Many Levels,” will be releasing their first album, titled Nameless, along with the Push Push EP  on June 24, 2011.

We offer a hearty congratulations to them and celebrate their success!

Here’s more interesting details, fresh from the record label:

“Compact Space was founded by Christian Eigner, Daryl Bamonte and Florian Kraemmer. The former are already particularly well- known among Depeche Mode fans. For years, Eigner has played drums for the band and has also co-written various songs with Dave Gahan – for Depeche Mode as well as for Gahan’s last solo album, which he also co-produced.

As a musician Eigner has contributed to a total of more than 100 albums for various  artists. Bamonte began working for Depeche Mode from the start of their career in 1980, taking on a varierty of roles before moving on in 1995 to work for The Cure for several years.The trio is completed by the exceptional singer Florian Kraemmer.”

Can’t wait to hear more of their stuff. “Push Push” was a great track. Should be a good collections of songs. For more information you can visit www.compactspaceworld.com to stay up to date on their latest adventures in the big time!

[Added 4/26/11 – A video trailer was released today as well. Check it out below.


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