Kieran Apter’s EP ‘The Mirror’ was released on Chapter 24 in February this year and was already his second contribution to the label after last year’s ‘All I Want’.
When Keinemusik’s &ME spewed his striking rendition of Joris Voorn’s ‘Homeland,’ it was hard to imagine that the track could get even better.
The Keinemusik super-trio, Rampa, Adam Port and &ME, are back, and this time with a 10-track, almost 1-hour album that contains many different sounding tracks but with an audible cohesion between them.
The Berlin-based collective of like-minded free-spirits, and part-time crusaders for self-expression, Keinemusik, are not ones to try and fit into a mold. With diverse musical influences and a complacent presence in the electronic music community, quite influential especially in their home-base, Berlin.
Just in time for ADE Offering Recordings’ is ready to drop its latest release, Transition (The RMXS) Pt. 1. Berlin based producer David Mayer takes on remix duties to give Boddhi Satva’s track ‘Love Will’ a decent club feeling.
Growing up in Gran Canaria and now residing in Berlin, Kalyma‘s personal journey is as interesting as his musical one. As one of the founders, alongside MYNY and D.Y.A, of the label Solide the producer is responsible for several drum and rhythm oriented tracks.
&ME‘s path has gone up ever since he moved to Berlin back in 2004, which marked the beginning of his musical career in the spotlight of the electronic music. With his very first Keinemusik release, ‘F.I.R.‘, Andre Boadu, how close friends call &ME, set quite high standards for following releases, but disappointed neither his audience nor DJs.