A new spontanMusik release is out! Tilman`s album has been remixed by several good house-remixers from around the globe: James Johnsten, David Gluck, Roman Rauch or Manolo. I did a very low and airy pop-remix of Lofi which was featured by Jacob and the Appleblossom.
After a longer time of no release, here`s my recent five track EP called “Solarplexus” which comes out on spontanMusik. With this record I go more into melodic, deep, warm and sometimes detroitish sound. It is not a danceable release again, but some of you will hopefully play it as well. The download is free on spontanMusik, but there`s also a bandcamp release.
For UNOIKI I`m doing the mastering and some tracks I released on the well designed CD compilations. One of the them is the new remix-project REDEFINITION. Soon there will be a second one which is in my ears a bit better than this one.
For REDEFINITION twenty-two carefully selected producers from diverse fields from all over the world had been asked for participation:
new upcoming talents as well as established artists – all of them standing for a highly interesting, exciting and unique style somewhere between dubstep, dubtechno, drone, glitch, sound-art, minimal, techno, house, IDM – always with an experimental approach right in the sense of UNOIKI.
Redefintion 1 – undefined compiles the first half of remixes of all tracks from the album UNdefinition, refined and made-up for a fine listening experience on a strictly limited CD in an edition of just 100 copies.
Jonathan Mangelinckx is responsible for the artwork and the book-sized handmade fold-up cover, which reflects the abstract music with its unusual design in a perfect way and which in a way stands for an implied and unspoken UNOIKI statement:
Me and Tilman released the first record of our new project called Horst. The release is digital only at this time and comes on my label spontanMusik.
“Tilman and Keinzweiter are Horst – and how they can prove their love for the upcoming spring better than on their debut on spontanMusik. Microfunk and House come together in a colorful patchwork of small pieces of jazz and funk, which lives lovingly in minimal melody-lines and pounding grooves. Horst is the birth of a new generation of spontanMusik house music and a real spring release.”