#Official Releases
#Radio Show
#Private Releases
#About my music

 Official Releases:



"Audio Cologne Project" - 2911

(Uwe Cremer/Dave Pearson)

Download at: bandcamp.com

You can pre-listen to all tracks at: bandcamp.com

audio cologne project

1. chemist's bike

2. crazy bongo's

3. spieluhr

4. grobmotorik

5. mind the gap

6. bonus track - akustisch-1

 

 

 

Uwe Cremer/Thomas Rydell:

Sirius Singularity

Order 'Sirius Singularity' as professionally manufactured CD-R jewel case directly:

buy/download

Download at e.g. itunes, amazon, musicload...:

List of stores

Enjoy the trailer on youtube:

Sirius Singularity - teaser

Sirius Singularity

 

1. Sirius Singularity

2. Revisiting the Art Museum

3. Gizeh Intelligence

 

 

 

Level π: Dunkelstunde

How to order 'Dunkelstunde' (as CD-R in digipak) directly:

buy/download

Download at e.g. itunes, amazon, musicload...:

List of stores

Enjoy the samples:

Dunkelstunde

 

Level π: Electronic Sheep

You can buy 'Electronic Sheep' at Musea

Musea/Dreaming


Enjoy the samples:

Album Electronic Sheep

 

Level π: Entrance

How to order "Entrance" directly:

buy/download

Enjoy the samples:

Album Entrance

 

Compilations & more

Psychedelic Underground 13

MyOuterSpace Vol 5

Pferdekopfnebel ( download)

schallplatte 12

sampler of the em-fanclubs schallwende e.v.


Music for a motorbike shop

Motocross

For Friends

Honeymoon-Question
Tasmanischer Geburtstagsgruss
Die Mädels der Wiersbergstrasse

 

Level π Special in der

TDFZ Radioshow

Level π Special


Tangerine Dream Fans Zone:

 

 Private Releases

as PSR

Absent Friends

private pressing with eight songs

Experimente

private pressing with three long tracks

Being someone else

private pressing with four long tracks


In Zusammenarbeit mit Artwörk99

Compilation

u.a. cherokee, pinball, zappa

Singles:

Geburtstagstubbies
Bad Times



 About my music:

The days of Krautrock are over since long now, like the ones of long improvised sound mixtures. The times are also over for those songs which brought along the charm of not being perfect. Songs which were carried by the enthusiasm of creating something new – despite few means and limited possibilities – or which at least made you follow the tracks of the living legends of the time.

What was more obvious than following the example of the Krautrockers and composing the music I myself wanted to listen to? I got a keyboard as well as a multieffect processor machine and got going.

The first songs were recorded live, track by track, while the computer became the tape recorder. All the effects were created by the Korg AX1000G. Later, some more software was added with the result that it sounded like Klaus Schulze for example – the last four songs were done at this very stage. Therefore, whoever feels reminded of the sound of some well-known bands, may take these lines as what they were thought for: a tribute to those musicians, that is to say, to the time when Kraut rock was young, and Pink Floyd were still composing music.

 

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