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Two veterans of the viennese electronic music scene met and joined forces to form King Electric (formerly known as the Sultans of Swing). One of them, Chris Isepp, was publisher of the "trailblazing graphic art/techno magazine "Envelope" (MTV, 1994) in the mid/late-90s, the other, Peter Hartwig, was member of the viennese electronic music pioneers "Bask".

As the Sultans of Swing the guys have already shown in recent years their feeling for catchy tunes with hits such as "Summerbreeze" or "The way you feel inside", which were ranked in radio- and club charts worldwide.

Following the unexpected death of the Sultans in 2006, Peter and Chris are again united after a three- year break and have released at last their comeback single "Da King", heralding their forthcoming album.

King Electric: "Our new release, "Da King", is just another example of our definition of pop music. We started again because we wanted to see how far we could go with our music. King Electric is a pocket full of quotations of our lives and all the music we love." (Interview: Radio Altroverso, Italy)

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