Hailing from Oslo, Norway, Modulo One consists of producer and vocalist Anders Schau Knatten and keyboardist Tom André Solli.
Knatten started writing a few tracks as Modulo One in 2013, but the project got more serious in 2016 when he recruited long term friend and DJ collaborator Tom André Solli. The same year they also remixed Substaat’s “Elusive”, a remix which Darksynthradio named one of the best tracks of 2016.
In 2017 they played their first concert, remixed Bitbear’s “Raise the Dead”, and recorded their debut EP Ten Thousand Meters of Desert, released 26 March 2018. The EP consists of three original tracks, as well as four remixes, and is available on all digital platforms through their own label Synthetic North. All tracks are written, produced and performed by Anders Schau Knatten, except remixes by the respective artists. The EP was mastered by Sebastian Komor of Xenomorph Productions.
The band's main influences are bands like Covenant, Apoptygma Berzerk and VNV Nation, but they are also inspired by TBM, psy-trance, aggrotech and oldschool EBM.
After releasing a couple of tracks for friends, things got more serious in 2016, when he was joined for live keyboards by long time friend and DJ collaborator Tom André Solli. Modulo One also released remixes for BitBear and Substaat this year, the latter was named by DarkSynthRadio as one of the best tracks of 2016.
For more information, see http://moduloone.com.
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