Spotlight: Apparat – Making an album in Mexico

By Clint Gomez
15th May 2019

When, in 2011, Apparat left the cold Berlin winter and headed to Mexico to write and record what became ‘The Devils Walk’, they filmed the entire process. The result was a mini-documentary as inspiring and refreshing as the album that followed. Revisit it below and listen to the album here.

See our Mexican retreats here.

 

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