The folks at Subsekt invited me for an interview, which you can read here. It’s somewhere along the lines of where it all started for me, digital DJing, the demoscene, early netlabel days and beyond.
It’s accompanied with an exclusive podcast:
So, it was about time to get _rohformat back on track via Bandcamp and i’m glad to say that the first fresh 4-tracker is available as of now. Raw, straight, clonky, midly distorted tracks with a very dark remix by Mattias Fridell.
The first raving review can be read at Subsekt. If you’re into Surgeon, Regis, Blawan and the likes you shouldn’t hesitate checking these out.
Gosh, i almost forgot to put the mix up on my own site… The june episode of Traktorized went a bit towards an apocalypse. You can find the playlist at SoundCloud!
Alright, here’s my set from last fridays (12-06-15) ‘etc radio’ show – two hours of dark & banging Techno!! You can grab it from SoundCloud, Mixcloud (timestamped of course) & official.fm. You can find the tracklist at SC & MC, too so i won’t blow this one off the screen…
Been thinking back on forth on what to use as cover image on Facebook and came up with this…
What would life be without a 909?
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George Gund takes a look at the beginning of electronic music production, turntablism, synthesizers, sampling, Kraftwerk, Afrika Bambaataa, Acid House and the latter. Really a must see wether you’re into electronic music production, arts and/or music
May 9th, 2012 in Blog
Being a sucker for documentaries i just stumbled upon the Documentary network on Twitter. There’s a good range of free ones to discover on any topic. Currently headlining is a 90 minute trip to the boundaries of imagination: journey to the edge of the universe. Available in 1080p/full hd on youtube.
April 19th, 2012 in Blog
One last thing before christmas:
i recently picked up my moniker from the Superstition Rec days, produced a fresh Ron Mc Coy track. This is what it sounds like…
Merry christmas again!!
December 23rd, 2011 in Blog
Recently found this B12 cassette i got back in 93 at Container Records/Hamburg. Now lurking from my KRK studio monitors. B12 ftw!
As much as i admire any genre of electronic music, i recently stumbled upon some fantastic new albums i’d file under that nifty name “pop music”. That might be dilletant for some however works fine for me. Above is a playlist with tracks by Tom Waits, Zola Jesus, Trouble Andrew, The new division and more.
If you like this selection i strongly recommend checking out ISO 50s playlists over here.
Our first little game for iOS and Windows released under Farbrauschs newly formed outlet Gamebrausch recently hit the worlds appstores. It’s titled “Picnic Mayhem”, features hungry cute bears, meat, cheese, brains, frogs, bombs, chainsaws…
Music and sound design ended up on my desk where i tried to keep it somewhat weird & organic while mainting an overall funny theme. I really dig the outcome, especially the sounds for the creatures where a task on their own.
See and hear yourself
It is currently available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad on the Appstore (0,79€) and for Mac OSX on the Mac Appstore (3,99€). Windows users can grab a free version here. An Android port is currently in the making.