01.05.20 Paradise Symbiosys Festival, Gängeviertel, Hamburg
09.10.20 Nachtasyl, Hamburg
19.06.2019 Cantona, Aachen (with Barbara Toth)
14.06.2019 MS Stubniz, Hamburg
13.06.2019 All, Hamburg
29.05.2019 Jupi Bar, Hamburg (with Giulio Gianì)
05.05.2019 Noiseberg, Berlin
23.02.2019 Madame Claude, Berlin
21.02.2019 Frappant, Hamburg
26.01.2019 Malto, Hamburg
19.01.2019 Sofar Aachen (with Barbara Toth)
10.11.2018 Kultur in Balkonzimmer 2018, Hamburg
2.09.2018 KBH Marne, Marne
4.07.2018 Raststaette, Aachen (with Barbara Toth)
Orange and Mountains is a project of Edoardo De and Loe, a crossover between their musical visions and their
scientific and technical backgrounds in natural sciences and engineering.
After playing in different jazz and rock bands as guitar players and producing electronic music, a quite tangled
series of coincidences brought them to meet in Germany and to start a new live project together, based in
Hamburg and Aachen.
They fuse their personal and musical backgrounds to create an immersive, detail-rich and “dream-like”
suspended world of music tales,
contaminated by downtempo, ambient, IDM, electronica and post-rock, everything shaped by their obsession
for melancholic melodies.
After releasing the first EP in 2018, which they played in different locations between Hamburg, Berlin and
Aachen, they went back to the studio to work on new material and on a new concept. News coming soon..
Even if mostly focused on the triad guitars/synths/drum machines, on live events Orange and Mountains
cooperate with musicians coming from different backgrounds and musical experiences (string and brass
The diverse interests for music and arts that Orange and Mountains have been constantly sharing merged into
the production of LE:compounds, a channel to compound their personal and different paths into a cohesive,
colorful world. Particularly, reading Los Detectives Salvajes by Roberto Bolano has pushed Orange and
Mountains´ attention on how each form of art can still have new forms of expression yet to discover, like these
lakes that "no one sees". This encourages Orange and Mountains to search for different musical solutions to
work with and to draft their vision.
Violin in "From Those Lakes, No One Sees" and "Porhole": Barbara Toth. Cello in "Porthole": Elias Moreira.
Mastering by Swift Mastering Studios (London, UK). Artwork by Monio.
Thanks: Valentina de Din, Alex Balzama (Swift Mastering), Matthias Wille (Tonvibration), Walter no.