Experiment meets deepness: Acoustic techno with orchestral instruments





Three young musicians have recently joined together for this exciting acoustic techno project. On the one hand Daniel Brandt and Jan Brauer, who as a duo named „Scott“ produce club music with a jazz attitude.

On the other hand Paul Frick, who has studied composition with Friedrich Goldmann at Berlin University of Arts (UdK). Besides pieces for orchestral instruments he also releases house music.

With prepared piano, vibraphone, drums, various percussions, brass and string instruments, rhodes, bass guitar and analogue synthesizers the trio creates textures that may bring to mind Steve Reich as well as the oldschool loop techno. Experiment meets deepness, complexity meets minimalism. The generation of the sound is mostly acoustic – even the bassdrum. Only few electronic instruments complete the sound.

The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble consist of:

Violin: Mari Sawada
Cello: Michael Rauter
Trombone: Florian Juncker
Tuba: Benjamin Grän
Harp: Gunnhildur Einarsdottir
Percussion: Matthias Engler
Percussion: Ketan Bhatti
Percussion: Daniel Brandt
Moog: Jan Brauer
Piano: Paul Frick

Recording Engineer: Felix Dreher
Stage Manager: Michael Karl Schmidt

www.brandtbrauerfrick.de

Video credits:
Executive Producer: Yvonka Groeger
Camera: Richard G. Brzozowski
Camera Assistant: Brendan Uffelmann
Editing: Daniel Brandt
Colour Correction: Julian Schleef

Produced by Park Bennett / Brandt Brauer Frick / !K7 Records

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