German DJ and producer duo, now based in Berlin. They are co-founders of Innervisions.
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Âme Discography Tracks


Âme Âme (Album) Sonar Kollektiv Germany 2004 Sell This Version
RA.042 Âme RA.042(File, MP3, Mixed, 160) Resident Advisor RA.042 UK 2007
Âme Live (Album) Innervisions Germany 2012 Sell This Version
none Âme 65 Min Boiler Room Berlin DJ Set(File, MP3, Mixed, 320) Boiler Room none 2012

Singles & EPs

SK002EP Âme Sarari / Hydrolic Dog(12") Sonar Kollektiv SK002EP Germany 2003 Sell This Version
SK043 Âme Mifune / Shiro(12") Sonar Kollektiv SK043 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
SK027 Âme Ojomo / Nia(12") Sonar Kollektiv SK027 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
Âme Rej EP (EP, Single, Maxi) Sonar Kollektiv, Innervisions Italy 2005 Sell This Version
Âme Kuma / Engoli Sonar Kollektiv Germany 2005 Sell This Version
Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon Feat. Derrick L. Carter* Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon Feat. Derrick L. Carter* - Where We At EP (EP) Innervisions Germany 2006 Sell This Version
SK106 Âme / Agora Rhythm Âme / Agora Rhythm - Excelsior / My Vision(12") Sonar Kollektiv SK106 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
Âme Fiori Ostgut Ton, Ostgut Ton Germany 2007 Sell This Version
INNERVISIONS11, IV11 Âme Balandine EP(12", EP) Innervisions, Innervisions INNERVISIONS11, IV11 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
none Âme / Claude VonStroke Âme / Claude VonStroke - It Is Just For Me EP(10", Ltd) Not On Label none Germany 2007 Sell This Version
HAP 056-6 M.A.N.D.Y. vs. Booka Shade / Âme M.A.N.D.Y. vs. Booka Shade / Âme - Body Language / Rèj(12", Maxi) Happy Music HAP 056-6 France 2007 Sell This Version
Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon - D.P.O.M.B. EP (EP) Innervisions, Innervisions Germany 2008 Sell This Version
Âme Setsa / Ensor (EP) Innervisions Germany 2009 Sell This Version
Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon - A Critical Mass Live EP (EP) Innervisions Germany 2010 Sell This Version
IV28 Âme Rrose Sélavy EP(12", EP) Innervisions IV28 Germany 2010 Sell This Version
IV33 Âme & Amampondo Âme & Amampondo - Ku Kanjani EP(12", EP) Innervisions IV33 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
Âme Live EP (EP) Innervisions Germany 2012 Sell This Version
RH 125LTD Âme Erkki(12", S/Sided, Ltd, Smplr) Rush Hour Recordings RH 125LTD Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
IV47 Âme Tatischeff EP(12", EP) Innervisions IV47 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
ENGL02 Âme Doldrums(File, MP3, Single, 320) Engoli Records ENGL02 2016

DJ Mixes

none Âme Radio Mix - 60 Min - 09.2004(CDr, Mixed, Promo) Sonar Kollektiv none Germany 2004 Sell This Version

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May 11, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Âme and the surrounding Sonar Kollektiv/Innercityvisions field undoubtedly triggered a true revolution in Deep House a couple of years ago, not only through their own productions but also thanks to the refreshing records they (and other people such as DJ Dixon) discovered and played. A very warm and melodic sound was brought to life, sometimes stripped down and dry, sometimes heavily orchestrated and emotive. Deep House, whose image had been somewhat suffering in Europe among younger people, suddenly changed from being reputedly boring "lounge" muzak that many people just smiled at - to utterly fresh and funky dance music, grown up and serious yet forward thinking and playful.
But not just that - looking at their playlists and compilations you will notice that also many an obscure Disco, Ambient, Modern Classical or Old School House track has experienced rejuvenation through these people and perfectly integrated into the current Deep House scenery. Everybody who's heard Kristian Beyer or Frank Wiedemann DJ will probably appreciate their sets' contemplative side where plays of Steve Reich compositions are nothing unusual.

Brief, these guys are icons. Yet I am slightly concerned about Âme's future: their sound is already perfect and maximally elaborated, all of their tunes are massively popular and more or less classics. What else is there to express in their current style? Well, in my opinion: nothing. Their last major studio release (which on a side note is already eight months old) was a simple and beautiful, slightly melancholic remix of Dennis Ferrer's and Jerome Sydenham's "Timbuktu" and would be the perfect final anthem for such a splendid musical chapter. Whatever it is Âme decide to do, I hope it does not involve settling down on their current success and sound, i.e. starting to produce formulaic material. That would be the easy way that many a talented artist has fallen for. Instead I hope they try and start something new. How about a more experimental Ambient album for example? Or, hell, why not give it a shot with a more mainstreamy project, maybe with a vocalist? Anyhow, those are only a couple of personal thoughts and I have no serious doubts that this fantastic project will live on and enrich us for many years to come. Big up!


February 19, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
These guys have seriously done some amazing music. "Shiro" and "Kuma" are two of the best tunes that we have heard in a few years and are seriously classic as well as timeless. Very talented individuals with a higher musical vision.

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