1) Mmm is a Norwegian electropop duo (Ida Eline Tangen & Johanne Isefiær McDougall)
2) MMM is the collaboration of Fiedel and Errorsmith
The duo Mmm from Oslo, Norway plays lovely electropopmusic. Electro? Pop? Music? No, not in a Robyn vs Röyksopp-kind-of-way. Lean back and picture yourself on a beach on a beautiful summer day. If you add the Nordic coolness and some extremely catchy tunes, you have Mmm in a nutshell. You have to catch this act, my friend. If you like the movie mystic of David Lynch and the music of Kate Bush at the same time, do yourself a favour and check out Mmm.
MMM is the collaboration of Fiedel and Errorsmith fully named as Messe der Meister von Morgen. Their style is techno and house influenced club music in the broadest sense. Since 1996 they release on their own label. The track ‘Donna’ from their second 12“ single became a real techno classic. This timeless disco-techno hybrid is still played out today, appeared on countless mix-cds made by DJ Hell to Boys Noize and animates myspace friends to ecstatic comments to this day. So it’s no wonder that MMM has to meet from time to time to stamp the repressed records (stamp=artwork).
After the first two releases MMM took a longer break. Errorsmith released music under his solo name and started Smith n Hack with befriended Soundhack. Fiedel continued to dj. Today he is one of the resident Djs of the Berghain club in Berlin and is represented by its inhouse ‘Ostgut’ booking agency.
The long cherished plan to make music together again was finaly realised in 2007. They released ‘touch and go’ on the ‘Anniversary EP’ released by Soundhack and MMM together to celebrate 10 years of existence.
They developed a live set containing classics and unreleased material. Live versions of ‘nous sommes MMM’ and ‘let’s git it on’ appeared on a cd by tsugi magazine and in Boys Noize ‘i love Techno 2008’ mix.
In february 2010 MMM released their forth 12” containing studio versions of ‘nous sommes MMM’ and ‘let’s git it on’.
Like the productions of Errorsmith, Soundhack, Soundstream and Smith n Hack, all MMM tracks are released by the artist himself instead of a label to assure the most possible artistic and financial independancy. This is possible through the support of Hard Wax, a Berlin based record store, which is the main distributor of all their releases.
Edited by TheDarkNarayan on 6 Oct 2013, 22:04
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