Biography

Neulander is Adam Peters and Korinna Knoll. They formerly lived in and worked out of New York City, then moved to the Joshua Tree desert in California, before settling in LA. A drum machine, 2 keyboards, a cello, a boy and a girl in gigantic baroque luscious minimalist overdrive. Adam the already knighted man of the stage and Korinna the astonishing new kid on the block. The New York Times describing Neulander as a hot tip for 2003: ‘Neu taking on The Human League in battle’ ‘Neulander are melodic, unusually cool and slightly aloof’. Neulander write strong and defined songs whilst using deconstructed electronic arrangements. The music and the voice mesh together creating a timeless and almost ancient quality. The lyrics seem to suggest Russian poetry colliding with an abstract and personal response to the confusion of 21century media culture.

Adam Peters, being a Londoner by birth, used to play with British acts such as Echo & The Bunnymen (arranged and conducted the strings for this groups´ 1984 album “Ocean Rain”), Siouxsie & The Banshees (live perfomances), his own and Ben Watkins group The Flowerpot Men/Subsonic - as well as he produced and played with acts as Australian The Triffids and Danish art-pop group The Poets (originally Poets Of The Signature, in the US and Canada known as The Sealand Poets).

Edited by dildorff on 12 Apr 2009, 20:33

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