Farben Discography


faitiche 12cd Farben & James Din A4 Farben & James Din A4 - Farben Presents James Din A4 (Album) Faitiche faitiche 12cd Germany 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

KLANG 19 Farben Farben Klang Elektronik KLANG 19 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
KLANG 25 Farben Stuck EP (EP) Klang Elektronik KLANG 25 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
KLANG 32 Farben Featuring The Dramatics Klang Elektronik KLANG 32 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
KLANG 48 Farben Beautone (EP) Klang Elektronik KLANG 48 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
KLANG 39 Farben Raw Macro Klang Elektronik KLANG 39 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
KLANG 65 Farben Farben. Says: Don't Fight Phrases (EP) Klang Elektronik, Klang Elektronik KLANG 65 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
KLANG 86 Farben Presents The Presets Farben Presents The Presets - The Sampling Matters EP (EP) Klang Elektronik KLANG 86 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
faitiche 04 Farben Farben EP(12", EP) Faitiche faitiche 04 Germany 2010 Sell This Version
faitiche06 Farben Xango(12") Faitiche faitiche06 Germany 2011 Sell This Version


klang elektronik cd07 Farben Textstar (Comp) Klang Elektronik klang elektronik cd07 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
KLANG 66 BOX Farben Starbox(4x12", Comp + Box) Klang Elektronik KLANG 66 BOX Germany 2002 Sell This Version

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November 25, 2013
sick producer!


August 8, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
Jan Jelinek's work as Farben is, in my opinion, his best. Everything Jan has released over the years has been superb but his Farben work has an energy about it which i don't feel is present in his other material.
This music is funky, fun and energetic house music which is accessable to anyone who just wants to dance and there is also a deep, technical side to it which will keep "experienced" listeners very interested.
Jan Jelinek's sound, no matter what name he uses, is unique and unlike anything else you're likely to hear.
Strong jazz, funk and dub influences and sampling galore, this is minimal house music with alot going on. I really don't think this man could ever put a foot wrong. Check out ALL work by Jan Jelinek (Farben, Gramm, The Exposures) today, without delay ;-)


May 18, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
This is the best minimal techno I have heard, therefore it's probably the best in the world. Don't stop at the 9 tracks on the album, get everything Jan has released under this monster alias. The jazz influences are subtle and give the tracks a very unique feel. It sounds like nothing else I've heard. The microhouse beats are tweaked to perfection, and always refreshing. My favourite track is probably "Farben Says: Love To Love You Baby" however it's unfair to choose as the output is so consistent. A sonic feast.


February 9, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
If you translate the German word Farben to English it means “colours”. So, the first Farben releases (KLANG 19, 25, 32, 39, 48 and 65) with their different cover colours black, white, cyan, yellow, magenta are like a concept work – these are the colours you need to print, and every each colour is made of mixing them. The photos used as pictures for the covers are photos taken from the court process to the so called Baader-Meinhof Gang, that later bacame the Red Army Faction (RAF).


May 25, 2002
Farben tracks are great. deep dubby and minimal! the farben track on daniel bell's button down mind disc, "live at the sahara, tahoe 1973" is incredible. farben combines all these great elements. im curious as to what the future holds for this guy! great stuff!

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