In Weimar Germany, the famed film director Billy Wilder helped write a screenplay depicting the people of Berlin in their day-to-day lives. The resultant film, ‘Menschen am Sonntag’ or ‘People on Sunday’ was released in 1930 and has become seen as a pivotal work showcasing day to day lives of the interwar period. Recently aired as a live performance at Les Arc film festival, the delicate Electronica on Domenique Dumont’s latest album is an all-new soundtrack to the film. Sprightly, melodic, and organic the album wafts in a way that requires the listener have no real external sense of narrative. Drawing on a palette of tonal sine waves and analogue synths the atmosphere created is richly natural rather than stylistic. The perfect partner for your own Sunday morning routine, this is one not to be missed.