He was born in the university city of Heidelberg in 1969 and grew up in a small nearby town. In the 1990ies he moved to Mainz.
Michael Brückner started producing music rather late, in 1993, first working with 4-track tape recorders, later switched to hard disc recording. His music reflects influences like Berlin School and other “classical” electronica, classic ambient music like Brian Eno or Steve Roach, but also younger bands and artists like Future Sound of London, Underworld or Mouse on Mars.
Being quite productive, he has accomplished more than 90 full length albums so far - yet none of them was oficially realeased on any label. Instead, since 2007 Michael Brückner presents parts of his work on different social network profiles.
Some of his albums have been reviewed for both print and online music magazines, and a number of radio stations all over the world have aired some of his music.
Due to the necessity of his day time job (he works as a graphical artist) he’s rarely able to do live performances.
Edited by BruecknerSound on 22 Sep 2010, 16:43
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My memory (I am Michael Brückner…)
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