Ulrich Schnauss

Real Name:Ulrich Schnauss

Ulrich Schnauss is a German composer, producer, remixer and musician, born 8 September 1977 in the northern harbour city of Kiel, known in Germany for sailing and its handball team. Based in London, he creates mainly downtempo, ambient and shoegazing, electronic music which calls to mind such diverse influences as Chapterhouse, My Bloody Valentine and LFO. After much unsigned work under some aliases, the CCO label saw fit to release his debut mini-album, "Far Away Trains Passing By". The album became a critical hit and gained more and more listeners through the next couple years as it seeped into the far East and America. Due to strong word-of-mouth and a devoted following, his follow-up album, "A Strangely Isolated Place", was an even bigger hit. He has also started branching out with collaborations and remixes with Longview, Mojave 3, I'm Not A Gun, Justin Robertson, The Zephyrs, and more.

2014-2020, Schnauss was a member of Tangerine Dream, and he debuted with the "Cupdisc" (ie. Mini Album) "Mala Kunia" in November that year, the start of "The Quantum Years". , Bandcamp , Bandcamp , Bandcamp , Facebook , MySpace , Songkick , Soundcloud , X , Wikipedia , YouTube
Aliases:Ethereal 77, Hexaquart, The Extremist, View To The Future
In Groups:Beroshima, Engineers, Hair, Longview, Measured, Police In Cars With Headphones, Tangerine Dream, Tinkabell
Viewing All | Ulrich Schnauss




Showing 0 - 0 of 0