In his Ep "Chamber Music", Johannes Brecht transforms his electronic explorations of sound and electronic style to acoustic chamber music. This work is his first to feature string quartets and other ensembles.
The Ep was recorded during Stekker Festival 2015 in Utrecht, Netherlands
There is a great beauty in the tame mayhem of Brechts and Lillingers new project. It is the first collaboration between Berlin-based drummer Christian Lillinger and multi-instrumentalist and producer Johannes Brecht.
Now, in 2019, its time for the follow up. The title: Page Blanche. Progressive staccato dabs on the viola set a gloomy scenery, when a gentle bassoon starts to caress the composition with its warm tones. More dark strings enter and crescendo into almost a march, then dissolving into a quiet violin whisper, only to return to full staccato force, played sul ponticello.
Christopher Dell - Vibraphon
Johannes Brecht - Electronics
Christian Lillinger - Drums
Jonas Westergaard - Bass
The collaborative effort 'Voix Grave' calls together Brecht and Prommer, classical and jazz-inspired artist who makes his exciting debut on the label
For the icebergs, against global warming.
AVEN D'ORGNAC CERCLE
Electronic Beats Talk
Henrik Schwarz - Instruments
here is an Interview I did with Ransom Note about the Project: read more ...
playing live in huge (11000 square meters) cave: Aven d'Orgnac, south of France, for Cercle.
Megaloh - Regenmacher (Afrobeat) feat
Mixing & Bass Player
Electronic Beats TV travelled to his Stuttgart based studio for this Tech Talk, and we found out what equipment and processes allow him to harness all of his influences to create.
Dell Brecht Lillinger Westergaard
Live at Alarme Festival Berlin
© 2018 Johannes Brecht