Though he didn't learn playing a musical instrument, Jochen Dworeck has been interested in music since he began thinking. Born in 1974 he made his first musical experiences in a band with some schoolmates when he was 18. Spontaneously he just grabbed the mic and let emotions flow - this was what everybody was doing in this formation.
Punkteins is an alias of Martin Donath. Punkteins was an important step for him to induce a more reduced way in looking at and perceiving music. The works released under this name have some things in common: calmness, monotonousness and tranquillity.
Siegmar Fricke started his first musical experiments in 1981 using tape-recorders and shortwave-radio signals to create collages of musique-concrète that has been recorded on various cassettes. After intense activities in the European tape-scene between 1985 and 1993 Siegmar Fricke founded the project Efficient Refineries together with Miguel A.
Fern is the combined efforts of the German duo Johannes Rix and Jürgen Krause. Inspired by Aphex Twin's album "I Care Because You Do" and Nonplace Urban Field's "Raum Für Notizen", both artists began to make electronic music independently in 1996.
1. Alexandre Navarro is a guitarist, composer and producer. He now records under his full name, the artist profile for which can be found here: Alexandre Navarro.
2. Navarro is a rock band from Zagreb, Croatia.
There are multiple artists using this name: 1) color by numbers is jason coder. (off the sky) 2) Color By Numbers is a dance rock band from Santa Cruz, California. 3)Color By Numbers was a piano driven alt-rock band from Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Herwig Holzmann is an Austrian producer of electronic music and co-founder of the netlabel laridae. As "Photophob" he has released a multitude of albums on different netlabels all over the internet, as well as 2 CDs on the American label Hive Records and one CDr on laridae.
Markus Dolic a.k.a. Nulleins (born in 1980) discovered his interest in electronic music during the Techno/Rave boom in the early nineties (without ever really being a part of that scene, though). After some rather unsatisfying tracker experiments in 94-96, "Real" gear had to be bought and was used quite frequently.