Martin Eyerer set to release third artist album 'Struktur' via his Kling Kl

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Martin Eyerer set to release third artist album 'Struktur' via his Kling Kl

Struktur is the third artist album by Martin Eyerer and his most important so far. It's a wonderful, forward thinking and perfectly crafted Tech House release from the Kling Klong boss! It marks a new milestone in Martin's life and is closely connected with the opening of the RIVERSIDE Studios that he established in Berlin along with his friends Tassilo from Pan-Pot and Jade Souaid from Beirut after several years of hard work. The album ‘Struktur’ has felt the benefit of the development and collective of DJs and producers, that have been working on projects at the Riverside Studios. With collaborations Boot Slap, Princess Superstar and Hagelstein, the array of artists have come together with Eyerer to create his third album after a five year hiatus. With tracks on the album encompassing genres from Deep House, dark Tech House to reworks of 80s inspired sounds in collaboration with with Berlin based outfit Abby. The final output is an inspiring album that crosses the boundaries in modern electronic music. The tracks resulting from his hard and passionate work have been released on respected labels like Get Physical, Saved, Watergate, Leena and his own imprint Kling Klong. His last two albums Word Of Mouth (2008) and Tiny Little Widgets (2010). For three years Martin Eyerer has created the perfect working structure for his third album and probably it's no coincidence that it is called Struktur and will be released in June 2015, of course on his very own imprint Kling Klong. The album has already received support from DJs like Anja Schneider:“totally into these tracks!!!”, Laurent Garnier:“Really like 'Navigate'. Would love to play this out”, Pan-Pot:“Great Tracks I like all off them. big tunes, great album to come Doorly: love this” it has also had support from Green Velvet and Matthias Tanzmann this album is set to be received well by Martin’s fans. We caught up with Martin Eyerer to talk about the new album, Riverside Studios and his passion for music as well as 'Struktur' Podcast to help give you a taster for the forthcoming release; Your new heavenly abode at Riverside Studios, Berlin, has it helped improve or changed your creativity in any significant way? The move to Berlin completely changed my life and so does the surrounding of the Riverside studios as well from many perspectives. There are all the artists having studios next door and always open for co-operation’s or help, there is the amazing city of Berlin which is high energetic and cultural crazy and last but not least my new studio inside RS offers so many options. Technically speaking my new rooms are designed to record and mix on a high level so its pure fun to do so. For my current album I needed to use this and so did I. I recorded drums, guitars, Rhodes, Pianos and many vocal session what you can hear on Struktur. It made the album much more organic and that was the intention. Also some cooperation’s with Berlin based artists like Rude Hagelstein, Boot Slap or Santé (who helped me arranging some of the tracks) influenced the whole process and you can hear it on the result. I think at some points of your life you need a bigger change what I did with my move to this city. It gave me a big new creative motivation and fun making and creating music. ‘Struktur’ is your third studio album, have you enjoyed making this more than the previous two and did any of the tracks almost write themselves? I can't say that. I enjoyed producing each album the same. I actually always enjoy making music and if I wouldn't I think I should stop. I think whenever you are in the middle of such a process you always try to do the best you can and you feel you evolved yourself. After finishing it - and I never give out any music without being totally satisfied - you realise you already moved a bit further and the next album would sound different. Its maybe part of trying to develop something further and never stand still. Struktur was finished last year and I play all the tracks on it but I am aware of the fact if I would do the album now a couple of months later it would definitely sound different. Some tracks indeed write themselves in a way. Each tracks starts with an idea and sometimes you have to work the idea and find the direction but on some days the tracks just happen. Those are mostly the best ones... What’s next out of Riverside? Any collaborations to look forward to? At Riverside is always a lot happening. Some stuff planned a lot unexpected. We created a space where people love to be and in the meanwhile a lot of guys just come by for a visit and see what’s going on. We have 25 studios with 25 successful artists so you can imagine what this means. Not everyone is doing electronic music. We took care we have a great mix of different people doing film, advertising, gamin, rock, pop , jazz and of course electronic. For myself the upcoming projects are mixing the band RÜFÜS from Australia, a Co production for a new Hip Hop Artist, doing some music together with my friend Santé. I have regular sessions with a few friends like Markus Homm, Patrick Chardronnet or Namito. Also something new with Stephan Hinz is in the loop as well as a follow up on the Eyerer & Chopstick stuff. You see its never boring here.Where has been the place in the UK you've enjoyed playing at the most? There were many places I must say. One of the coolest was at a club called Matter (London). Unfortunately the club no longer exists. The night I played was with Dubfire and was pure energy. I play since many years at the Egg (London) from time to time what I always loved and Lightbox was a very cool venue too! What’s your plans for the rest of 2015 and the future? As I wrote above there are many upcoming projects in the loop regarding my studio work. Currently I am on my album tour - actually I sit here in San Paolo writing the answers - which will lead me from South America to Asia around the globe. It started in April and will go until September. This means lots of travels and days out of Berlin. At Riverside we are setting up specialized seminars which I am involved and also my Label Kling Klong will release some promising releases summer/autumn. The album 'Struktur' is released on 8th June 2015, available in all formats... Struktur DJ Set Tracklist; 1. Martin Eyerer - Intimacy feat Princess Superstar (Kling Klong) 2. Junior Gee - One for the Road (8bit) 3. Kiki – Supermoon (Exploited) 4. Marc Romboy – Bylgja (Systematic) 5. Kevin Over – Retrovision 6. Martin Eyerer – What We Fear (Kling Klong) 7. Paul C & Paolo Martini - 1987 (Techno Version) (Terminal M) 8. Traffic Signs & Jake The Rapper - Cookie Jar (Joyce Muniz Dub Remix) 9. Clio - Afterplus (Original) (Electric Ballroom) 10. Martin Eyerer – The Rolls (Kling Klong)

Struktur is the third artist album by Martin Eyerer and his most important so far. It's a wonderful, forward thinking and perfectly crafted Tech House release from the Kling Klong boss! It marks a new milestone in Martin's life and is closely connected with the opening of the RIVERSIDE Studios that he established in Berlin along with his friends Tassilo from Pan-Pot and Jade Souaid from Beirut after several years of hard work. The album ‘Struktur’ has felt the benefit of the development and collective of DJs and producers, that have been working on projects at the Riverside Studios. With collaborations Boot Slap, Princess Superstar and Hagelstein, the array of artists have come together with Eyerer to create his third album after a five year hiatus. With tracks on the album encompassing genres from Deep House, dark Tech House to reworks of 80s inspired sounds in collaboration with with Berlin based outfit Abby. The final output is an inspiring album that crosses the boundaries in modern electronic music. The tracks resulting from his hard and passionate work have been released on respected labels like Get Physical, Saved, Watergate, Leena and his own imprint Kling Klong. His last two albums Word Of Mouth (2008) and Tiny Little Widgets (2010). For three years Martin Eyerer has created the perfect working structure for his third album and probably it's no coincidence that it is called Struktur and will be released in June 2015, of course on his very own imprint Kling Klong. The album has already received support from DJs like Anja Schneider:“totally into these tracks!!!”, Laurent Garnier:“Really like 'Navigate'. Would love to play this out”, Pan-Pot:“Great Tracks I like all off them. big tunes, great album to come Doorly: love this” it has also had support from Green Velvet and Matthias Tanzmann this album is set to be received well by Martin’s fans. We caught up with Martin Eyerer to talk about the new album, Riverside Studios and his passion for music as well as 'Struktur' Podcast to help give you a taster for the forthcoming release; Your new heavenly abode at Riverside Studios, Berlin, has it helped improve or changed your creativity in any significant way? The move to Berlin completely changed my life and so does the surrounding of the Riverside studios as well from many perspectives. There are all the artists having studios next door and always open for co-operation’s or help, there is the amazing city of Berlin which is high energetic and cultural crazy and last but not least my new studio inside RS offers so many options. Technically speaking my new rooms are designed to record and mix on a high level so its pure fun to do so. For my current album I needed to use this and so did I. I recorded drums, guitars, Rhodes, Pianos and many vocal session what you can hear on Struktur. It made the album much more organic and that was the intention. Also some cooperation’s with Berlin based artists like Rude Hagelstein, Boot Slap or Santé (who helped me arranging some of the tracks) influenced the whole process and you can hear it on the result. I think at some points of your life you need a bigger change what I did with my move to this city. It gave me a big new creative motivation and fun making and creating music. ‘Struktur’ is your third studio album, have you enjoyed making this more than the previous two and did any of the tracks almost write themselves? I can't say that. I enjoyed producing each album the same. I actually always enjoy making music and if I wouldn't I think I should stop. I think whenever you are in the middle of such a process you always try to do the best you can and you feel you evolved yourself. After finishing it - and I never give out any music without being totally satisfied - you realise you already moved a bit further and the next album would sound different. Its maybe part of trying to develop something further and never stand still. Struktur was finished last year and I play all the tracks on it but I am aware of the fact if I would do the album now a couple of months later it would definitely sound different. Some tracks indeed write themselves in a way. Each tracks starts with an idea and sometimes you have to work the idea and find the direction but on some days the tracks just happen. Those are mostly the best ones... What’s next out of Riverside? Any collaborations to look forward to? At Riverside is always a lot happening. Some stuff planned a lot unexpected. We created a space where people love to be and in the meanwhile a lot of guys just come by for a visit and see what’s going on. We have 25 studios with 25 successful artists so you can imagine what this means. Not everyone is doing electronic music. We took care we have a great mix of different people doing film, advertising, gamin, rock, pop , jazz and of course electronic. For myself the upcoming projects are mixing the band RÜFÜS from Australia, a Co production for a new Hip Hop Artist, doing some music together with my friend Santé. I have regular sessions with a few friends like Markus Homm, Patrick Chardronnet or Namito. Also something new with Stephan Hinz is in the loop as well as a follow up on the Eyerer & Chopstick stuff. You see its never boring here.Where has been the place in the UK you've enjoyed playing at the most? There were many places I must say. One of the coolest was at a club called Matter (London). Unfortunately the club no longer exists. The night I played was with Dubfire and was pure energy. I play since many years at the Egg (London) from time to time what I always loved and Lightbox was a very cool venue too! What’s your plans for the rest of 2015 and the future? As I wrote above there are many upcoming projects in the loop regarding my studio work. Currently I am on my album tour - actually I sit here in San Paolo writing the answers - which will lead me from South America to Asia around the globe. It started in April and will go until September. This means lots of travels and days out of Berlin. At Riverside we are setting up specialized seminars which I am involved and also my Label Kling Klong will release some promising releases summer/autumn. The album 'Struktur' is released on 8th June 2015, available in all formats... Struktur DJ Set Tracklist; 1. Martin Eyerer - Intimacy feat Princess Superstar (Kling Klong) 2. Junior Gee - One for the Road (8bit) 3. Kiki – Supermoon (Exploited) 4. Marc Romboy – Bylgja (Systematic) 5. Kevin Over – Retrovision 6. Martin Eyerer – What We Fear (Kling Klong) 7. Paul C & Paolo Martini - 1987 (Techno Version) (Terminal M) 8. Traffic Signs & Jake The Rapper - Cookie Jar (Joyce Muniz Dub Remix) 9. Clio - Afterplus (Original) (Electric Ballroom) 10. Martin Eyerer – The Rolls (Kling Klong)