In spring 2021, Drechsler plans to introduce listening sessions to the Liminal Zone Project. To re-embrace a nostalgic, more focused form of listening, Liminal Zone will invite artists, journalists, record labels and more to listen to the artists’ favourite or latest work. The audience will listen to this music together and discuss it afterwards.
“The music business is getting faster and faster. Nowadays, everyone has a flat-rate on streaming platforms. We consume art so quickly that an awareness is getting lost – an awareness that art is not only something important, but something which is necessary for all aspects of human living, being, and thinking.”
“When I was young, 30/35 years ago, you’d go to the record store, get the latest Duran Duran or Depeche Mode album, listen to it again and again and discuss it. These devices, sources are great, but for most of us, it’s much too much. We lose the idea of what is really important to us. We should ask ourselves, “What do I really need in my personal life?”.”