With Order 69 from Münster, Germany there is once again a breath of fresh air for everyone who likes handmade rock music with a good portion of party program. Like fire and gasoline, the rhythm brothers Özdemir and lead singer Ramin harmonize together on stage. Their connection forms an independent soul that carries over to the music and inspires. Their love of the blues meets dirty rock, the raw energy of youth, which is how the band creates their unclassifiable sound.
ORDER 69’s second album “Monitoring” was recorded in Copenhagen at Heyman Studios.
the Heyman Studios. There the band recorded within six days 12 new tracks, 11 of which made it onto the album. To get the live feeling of the sessions, in which the trio recorded together and simultaneously recorded together and simultaneously, only missing subtleties and overdubs were overdubs were added with mixer Simon Raschen in Münster.
The album deals with contemporary as well as personal themes and moves stylistically in the rock area. Strong riffs are paired with catchy rhythms and are accompanied by almost poetic lyricism
between the striking and the profound.
It is a varied album, which shows the whole range,
joy of experimentation and the most diverse influences of the band.
All in all, “Monitoring” is clearly darker than its predecessor. At the same time, the band maintains its cynicism and its eye-blinking
view on the things of the world.
“Order 69 and its analog and different sound are guaranteed to find their listeners” (Classic Rock)
“The trio ORDER 69 […] delivers a fresh rock wind. The three guys move clearly between classic and alternative rock, plus a big pinch of blues. […] Above all, one notices the harmony and a good song feeling in the formation.” (Slam)