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In Geo22’s sonic world, anything is possible. There are no excluding dynamics at play here, with wide-ranging musical influences coming together as one. The duo respectfully incorporates whatever comes their way, mixing elements from different eras and genres to create a musical amalgam that’s bigger than the sum of its parts. Consider a concept as utopian as time travel, bridging past, present, and future with a wink: the tempo of a techno track from the 1990s fused with the sensibility for a melody from the now. Peppered with references to the occult and mystical, Geo22 are aspiring to tap into the subconscious. The result are ethereal musical cuts, or rather: vehicles for transcendence. There is plenty of things left to be modernized, and Geo22’s first single “Magic” does exactly that. By merging the careless and nostalgic attitude of rave-adjacent genres with the epic grandeur of choir music, the listener suddenly is confronted with something that feels new and truly contemporary. Dotted with references to the optimistic and unifying approach of the new age movement, the duo steps in to provide an update of the musical palette and approach of influential projects and artists like Enigma or Enya. It’s accessible music for the people, and you could just go ahead and call it pop.

The Berlin-based artists behind Geo22 grew up on a healthy diet of both guitar and electronic music and participated early enough in what club experiences the capital had to offer during the late 2000s. But instead of settling into a techno-immanent rigidness, the duo aspires to inject their music with color, making a generous offer to reevaluate what dance music in 2023 could sound like.