Pippin Avenues used voice Google Translate on the new album
Pippin Avenues and Hugo van der Poel have their album Chaos in the Universe, among more inspired by the Japanese culture. They used on some songs, the voice of Google Translate.
“That is probably very wrong in Japanese,” Van der Poel. It comes to the idea,” says Van der Poel, better known as Stippenlift, in an interview with newspaper het Parool.
The two musicians started to talk about Japan when Van der Poel with a backpack with Japanese animatiefiguurtje the studio came walking. “Pippin immediately thought that I was one or other Japanfreak was. He shot all the way in the Japanfreakmodus and we are not more come out,” says Van der Poel.
The Japanese theme is not only caused by the backpack. The number of Pokémon was given the name by a beat that was reminiscent of the Pokémonspel. Avenues, who broke through as a rapper Faberyayo of the Youth of Today, began the cooperation with Van der Poel for a solo album, but in the meantime, is the a album.
The album that on August 25, appears, is about much more. “It’s about things where you’re doing if you’re almost 35, or nearly 30. What is all of this actually? What does it mean to live?”, thus Avenues.