My Name is Christopher von Deyhlen – and i am Schiller ! 10 words he always uses in his concerts to introduce himself. CvD is a musician from Germany working since 1998 under his alterego Schiller. Inspired by electronic music like tangerine dreams , Kraftwerk and Jean-Michel Jarre he produces “global pop” according to the music press. Listen to his great relaxed song “Lichtblick”:
Yeah, again my next own new little piece. Called it “A break from life”, thanks for the idea Emre. It’s more a chillout song, makes me dreaming!
Hehe, my second one. Very similar to “Steps” so I called it “Steps 25″, but it’s a different style.
Hehe, as you’ve seen I created my first little track. I thought Xandixx would be a nice name: strong as the Gauls, and including Xandi. And the best: the name wasn’t used often so far! Xandixx was born in 1995 and still likes sport! ;)
So I’m just a hobby producer, and want to share my sounds with you. I called it “Steps” and would be so glad if you’d share!!
Don’t known more about Robert Owl, but his chill out tracks are amazing. Listen to “Jacob’s Ladder”:
Wow, electronic chillout music is so awesome good. Found this DJ called Falscherhase(you remember?!) from Frankfurt last week. Here’s his song “Lebenslänglich”:
The Irrepressibles are a ten- member orchestra from London. Their music could be described as alternative, orchestral and ambient pop. Here’s their most popular song “In This Shirt”:
Múm are an elecronic and experimental group from Iceland, formed in 1997. Their music is made out of computers and acoustic instruments. They released six albums so far, and are well known in Iceland. Here’s their nice song “The Ballad of the Broken Birdie Records”:
Funny, today I’m (just) finding a lot of great canadian music :)
This song is called “I’m Sorry, I’m Lost”, from the Ontario-based ambient and indie band Epigram. Really worth listening!
Slowdive, formed in 1989, were a british ambient and dream pop band active until 1995. Here’s their nice song “River Man”: