In the middle of the 90s Daniel Nitsch began organising major events in the field of crossover/hip hop/big beat. Being open minded to all kinds of music finally lead him to electronic sounds. In 2001, he and Christian Gleinser founded a project called Nitsch&Gleinser. In the next years they released some EPs, Singles and Remixes on labels like Pocketgame, Lasergun, Voltage-Musique, I220 and many more.
Be Svendsen produces organic, tech-style music, painting tonal stories that invoke a rusty key to the door of your imagination. His live performances takes audiences on a profound experimental journey, that spellbinds and unites people in celebration.
Laid-back euphoria and slow-motion ecstasy: The music of Herrhausen & Treindl comes with rather low BPM count, but with an extremely high catchiness and danceability.
Skazka-Orchestra ist Brandungstanzen in Rettungsweste, ist lachende Gesichter in tosenden Wellen russischer Offbeats, Kreuzseen im Sturm der Bläser, volle Nacht voraus, im Seegang verschütteter Vodka, kein Land in Sicht und niemand dabei, den das kümmert. Skazka ist Tanzen bis es hell wird. Seetüchtigkeit vorausgesetzt.
THE MICRONAUT is a one-man orchestra. Tracks narrating with no need for speech, resembling a collage of electronica, samples, and live guitar. The guitar sets the point of departure: riffs evolve and are passed to synthesizer keys, note by note. A peculiar dynamic arises – a merging.
Peng Peng – That's how it sounds when a dance floor is hit by a double strike of sudden pressure. When this happens, the lower sound spectrum boosts from the speakers like a seismic force of nature, creating a vibe that is dark and dirty. Whereas the higher sound spectrum is like a weightless counterpart, full of subtle melodies and trippy rhythm fragments. Peng Peng – Music that hits your head, that hits your feet, and that goes straight to your heart.