After the success ‘Japanese Rose’, the Schönbrunner Perlen crew take it up a notch with their second release which features Oberst & Buchner’s ‘Today I Feel’, remixes and ‘The Devil behind my Shoulder’ by Andreas Buchner on his own.
Andreas Buchner and Sebastian Oberst have their roots in Bavaria, where they started their first band project and experimented with all kinds instruments and musical styles. A few years later both of them found their calling and started buying 12inches and converted to house music. At about the same time they moved to Vienna, became part of the Schönbrunner Techno collective and the result is ‘Today I Feel’ featuring Midimum, the A-side of SP02. Legend says the framework of the song was produced on a very long train ride and elaborated during something they call “a magical night”. Then all they had to do was adding some vocals by Martin Steer, who is also the background singer at Frittenbude, and asking well known photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek for a perfect cover to complete their first release on Schönbrunner Perlen.
Check it out at Schönbrunner Perlen 02 Release Party at Flex on Saturday, January 28th 2012.
If you are into electronic music and living in Vienna but haven’t heard about the Schönbrunner Techno-crew you’ll probably have the pleasure of spending eternity in Satan’s filthy hot pit for missing out. This is because they are a collective consisting of some of Vienna’s finest DJ’s and producers of techno, house and all its sub-genres. They also set up their own label and released a personal favourite of mine and others in 2011: ‘Japanese Rose’.
The person responsible for this track is Ken Hayakawa, but he didn’t do it alone! Herb Piper co-produced the track which is why we decided to roll the 10 x 4 questionnaire across the quiet guy in the background. We recommend you also check out Schönbrunner Perlen 001 Remixed which was released in December and look forward to SP002, which will be released on January 28th.
Favourite part of the day to create?
I love sitting the whole night in front of my equipment and working on tracks and new ideas. Then I completely fall into music and nothing else exists. I even forget to eat and drink when I´m working on new stuff.
First musical love?
As a child I really enjoyed listening to the audio drama cassettes about Mozart, Strauss and Schubert. I think this was my first musical love.
Last musical love?
One thing you cannot live with out?
One thing you would live without if you could?
Definitely the piano.
Love of your life?
Music so far.
The new Viennese based label “schönbrunner perlen”.
A place to create?
One day I want to make a track in one of these typical Viennese coffeehouses. Catch the atmosphere and put it into the music. But till then I´m producing music at home or in Ken Hayakawa’s studio.