Schnauss, Ulrich

Ulrich Schnauss (* 1977 in Kiel) is a german musician and producer. In 1996 he moved to Berlin.
He was also known under: View to the Future and Ethereal 77. He plays ambient Drum'n' Bass and electronic. In the meantime he moved to London.
Jerome Froese + Ulrich Schnauss - Unpleasant Poems

Artist: Jerome Froese & Ulrich Schnauss
P: 2004
Ground Liftaz re-released the tracks of all three vinyl 12" singles by TDJ Rome on one CD, together with two additional tracks by Ethereal 77 (aka Ulrich Schnauss). Unpleasant Poems is filled with Drum n' Bass and Breakbeat tunes which were created by both artists in their spare time. Definately worth a listen!

16,90 EUR
 
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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.261  02/17
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 261
02/2017
5,00 EUR
 
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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.264 05/17
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 264
05/2017
5,00 EUR
 
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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.270 11/17
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 270
11/2017
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Tangerine Dream - Mala Kunia

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2014

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During Tangerine Dream’s Australian concerts in mid-November we will start shipping the first compositional work of the new line-up comprising Edgar Froese, Ulrich Schnauss, Thorsten Quaeschning and Hoshiko Yamane. It is the format of a so-called Cupdisc (EP) with a running time of nearly 55 minutes and the first product out of “The Quantum Years” series starting on 16th November 2014 with the MMW Festival concert in Melbourne. This cupdisc is named “MALA KUNIA” – the name of two Aboriginal tribes - according to Aboriginal mythology - living ages ago around Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, whereas the Mala tribe lived on the sunny side and the Kunia on the shady side of the rock.

12,90 EUR
 
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Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk - Eight Fragments of An Illusion

Artist: Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk
P: 2021

London-based producer Ulrich Schnauss and Danish guitarist and producer Jonas Munk have both unfolded their unique visions of electronic music over the past two decades, and they have been collaborating since the mid-2000s. "Eight Fragments Of An Illusion" is their first album in over four years, their third overall. The latest effort is ambient and introspective in nature, but with a kinetic, polyrhythmic energy pushing it forward. There's a floating quality to Ulrich's synthesizer washes and Munk's guitar patterns, yet the eight tracks are anchored by pulse and compositional direction. The duo brings their individual strengths to the table, yet the music transcends any of their previous work conceptually. There are echoes of blissed-out new age music and kosmische from the 1970s and 1980s, as well as traces of shoegaze-era abstraction and leftfield electronica. But ultimately there's no off-the-rack category that fits it. It exists in its own rarefied space. Pieced together from sessions spanning the course of three years, mostly in Ulrich's London studio – a workspace packed with rare synthesizers and vintage outboard gear – "Eight Fragments Of An Illusion" is a luxurious listen. Compared to the duos previous two releases there's more of a focus on texture and slowly evolving patterns, which naturally reflects the fact that Ulrich has spent a large portion of the last seven years as a full-time member of legendary synth group Tangerine Dream. Sonically, the tracks have a certain silky and shimmering characteristic, with Ulrich's mallet-like arpeggios and glittering analog synthesizer pads merging with Munk's melodic guitar lines as the most natural thing in the world. Throughout, the guitar is used both in a rather traditional manner, but often also as a vehicle for sonic exploration, processed into cloudy layers using outboard effects and software. This might be their most minimalist outing to date, but it still radiates that uplifting widescreen magic that both artists are known for. "Eight Fragments Of An Illusion" is their most focused collaborative musical statement to date, and arguably the most rewarding.

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Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk - Emotion meets Expression

Artist: Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk
P: 2013

The collaborative work of Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk recorded between Denmark over a series of months. This stunning 12 track foray into the world of the emotive and uplifting has already started gathering interest and reactions worldwide.


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Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk - Passage

Artist: Ulrich Schnauss + Jonas Munk
P: 2017

If you like the melodies and the way Schnauss produces his music, you will also like this one, where the brilliant guitar from Jonas Munk is added into the 11 instrumental titles with a cool reverb flavour.

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Ulrich Schnauss + Mark Peters - Destiny Waiving

Artist: Ulrich Schnauss + Mark Peters
P: 2021

‘Destiny Waiving’ completes a collaborative trilogy that began with 2011’s ‘Underrated Silence’ and followed by 2013’s ‘Tomorrow Is Another Day’ (Schnauss also became a full time member of Engineers at this time). Initial sessions began at Ulrich’s East London home studio in early 2017 and final mixes where completed there in late 2020. Despite it’s extended conception, most tracks where completed during 2017, in part informed by improvisational sets in London, Dublin and St James’ Church in Birmingham (as part of the Seventh Wave electronica festival).

 

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Ulrich Schnauss + Mark Peters - Tomorrow is Another Day

Artist: Ulrich Schnauss + Mark Peters
P: 2013

Electronic duo Ulrich Schnauss ("A Long Way to Fall", "A Strangely Isolated Place") and Mark Peters (of the band Engineers) return with a second collaborative album titled "Tomorrow is Another Day". This second project offers a sublime exploration into their signature expressionistic landscapes while exploring the potential of a collaborative model in which Schnauss's keyboards and Peters's guitar work together in juxtaposition.

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