Seifert & Steinbüchel – Abandoned Places


Release data: Seifert & Steinbüchel – Abandoned Places CD/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Pleasure Sound Audio, 2018 After finishing “Reverse Engineering“, Erik Seifert & Josef Steinbüchel decided to compose an ambient album with slow music to relax but demanding attentive listening at the same time. The result is music inspired by wonderful haunting images found on the internet of places, buildings and rooms that nature took back after humans abandoned…

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Seifert & Steinbüchel – The CERN Concert


Release data: Seifert & Steinbüchel – The CERN Concert DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Pleasure Sound Music, 2017 It’s not too farfetched to hear similarities of Schiller, Jarre, modern TD and some Ultimae-artists in Seifert & Steinbüchel’s straightforward, tight and high-tech electronics making up this release. “The CERN Concert”, a 60-minute live recording from 2010, offers some previously unreleased special remixes from their catalogue. It pairs energetic, pulsating…

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Seifert & Steinbüchel – Softlock


Release data: Erik Seifert & Josef Steinbüchel – Softlock USB-STICK, Pleasure Sound Music, 2014 “Softlock” a limited edition USB-stick (embedded in a card in the size of a credit card) which premiered at the Schallwelle Award on March 29th 2014 in Planetarium Bochum, Germany, where an outtake from the album was performed live in concert. Next to 90 minutes of continuous music in two audio…

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Erik Seifert – Core


Release data: Erik Seifert – Core CD, PleasureSoundMusic, 2009 “Core” is a concept album on the Large Hadron Collider (a huge particle accelerator in Switzerland used for high-energy physics research), which took Erik Seifert three years of work to complete. For the music, he envisioned to capture the power, energy and the technical beauty of this momumental project, while also giving it an overall soundtrack-like…

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Erik Seifert – Aotearoa


Release data: Erik Seifert – Aotearoa CD-R, Syngate, 2006 I think I’m one of the many who were impressed by Seifert’s album “Trust Avis”, and listening to his new concept album “Aotearoa” even gives me more thrills. It’s a well produces concept-cd on New Zealand, the land of the long white cloud, on which Erik mixes harmonious chords, and great sequencing with tribal influences. Within…

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Erik Seifert – Astronomical Unit


Release data: Erik Seifert – Astronomical Unit CD, Spheric Music, 2008 “Astronomical Unit”, Erik Seifert’s fourth album (but his first on Spheric Music), was officially released February 8th 2008, and actually is a live album. The music of the concept album, dealing with the astronomical unit that refers to the distance between the sun and the earth, contains some great new music (which synced to…

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