I’ve been working with the band “Tuesday Microgrooves” for almost ten years. All of those guys are really stunning musicians and working with them has broadened my musical horizon. They’re running a Crowdfunding for their next album “bigger Than Us” right now. Step Saturn is going to be prominently featured on this album. Part of […]
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I attended a really awesome open air gay house party during my trip to Berlin in August. Met very nice people, danced a lot and stayed very long 🙂 This track is inspired by the music that was played at that party, the way I felt during those 22h and the people I was there […]
Did a Live-Jam-Session with Juan Pablo Trad and Yulan Yu on July 22nd. I arranged some of my favourite parts. Thanks to Yulan and Juan Pablo for this intense Jam! Thanks to Less for lending me his Microkorg! Thanks to Dominik A. for leaving his nice custom handmade electric guitar to me. It is a […]
Using some more of the sounds I recorded in italy. Processed them using some digital effects and added some analog synths back at the studio.
Musical impressions gathered during a week in italy. A collection of field recordings. Featuring a number of musicians as well as mother nature. Main protagonists: – the streams of bagno vignioni – the crickets by the terrace – the winds in the field – the players at the concert – the singer from the far […]
Recorded at “Casa Lemmi” in San Quirico D’Orcia, Tuscany. It’s a live jam, featuring the lovely voice of korean singer Nayona. The track is an improvisation, using two mono inputs of the laptop for recording vocals and keyboards in one single take. Just added some delay effects, reverb and did very few corrections to the […]
Heavy stuff happening in Graz last saturday. Feeling sorry for everyone involved. Somewhat glad none of the people dear to me were harmed. I love the candles at Herrengasse, showing that people care. They are really beautiful. The whole situation in the city definitely had an influence on this track. Thanks to dsp for playing […]
I had been in the mood to play some electric piano for weeks. Here we go. Basically played live in one go. Another live round with the Wavedrum, some looping of the percussions, adding some reverse delay on the wurlitzer. That’s it.