At first, the disparate preferences of Inéz and Demian Kappenstein hardly seem compatible: he is immersed in crafting organic beats, recorded with drums and provided with effects. She is a completely unique kind of singer who uses her voice, piano and synths to fuse melodies into a new futuristic sound as if through a prism. But then a second listen reveals that the songs of the two as ÄTNA radiate a magic that is hard to grasp, completely unique in style and execution, precisely because of their eclectic structure beyond all conventions.
In "Ruining My Brain" and "Come To Me", art pop, futuristic indietronica, lush rhythms and glorious vocals flow into each other without boundaries and awaken a longing that always means departure - goose bumps included. No doubt about it: their debut "Made By Desire" is indeed a new chapter in German pop history. And rightly so, ÄTNA were awarded the coveted Anchor Award at the Reeperbahn Festival.
ÄTNA are a creative duo at eye level. They combine fashion and design with their music, wear monochrome stage costumes and deliver visually impressive videos, which they laconically call "carving out their own world". ÄTNA also prove this in collaborations with artists like Solomun or Martin Kohlstedt, which always bear their own personal signature. So we can look forward to what ÄTNA will surprise us with next!
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