Type to search

Music News

Wehbba Unveils Third Album ‘Straight Lines And Sharp Corners’


Landing 10 years after his first concept album, Wehbba’s drops his debut full-length album on Drumcode. ‘Straight Lines And Sharp Corners’ features collaborations with David Caretta, Thomas Gandey and Brazilian vocalist L-cio.

Following a series of globally adored EPs and inclusions within the imprint’s esteemed A-Sides compilation series, the São Paulo native now reflects upon his life as ‘the artist’. He offers an immersive montage of stories that echo a tenacious dedication to his craft. The album’s 13 cuts represent a myriad of musical references close to Wehbba’s heart. Running parallel with the organic sensibilities of his field recordings.

Discussing the upcoming album, Wehbba commented: “The musical references on these works trace back to the 90s, when I started listening to electronic music and had no judgement of what was cool – when I was totally free. So they represent, without any filter, what touched me, ranging from braindance to goa trance, from ambient to hard house, and from drum n’ bass through every single mutation of techno and house music.”

As a key ambassador for Brazil’s dance music community on a global scale, Wehbba’s longstanding career has seen him affiliate with many of the industry greats on both remix and collaborative projects; a testament to his flourishing reputation. Following on from the geometric-led titles of his first two albums, Straight Lines and Sharp Corners alludes to the difficult decisions and blunt shifts he has faced in his career, and their capacity to shape his identity over time. Studying the great Antoni Gaudi, Wehbba’s third LP title takes reference from his perceptive quote: “There are no straight lines or sharp corners in nature, therefore buildings must have no straight lines or sharp corners. Anything created by human beings is already in the great book of nature.”

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

  • 1

You Might also Like