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S Olbricht

S Olbricht
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™A producer from Budapest and co-founder of Farbwechsel

Martin Mikolai aka S Olbricht walks on the obscure side of the electronic music landscape and during his restless journey he explores the blurred territories between murky techno and melancholic house combined with ambient sound and abstract rhythms. Besides diving deeply into the sea of human emotions, Mikolai’s artistic approach also refers to his academic studies in electronic music and media art thus his experiments of sound are defined by conceptual thinking. Rooted in noise and dark ambient as well as influenced by Detroit techno and Chicago house, Mikolai constructed his own abstract narratives in his creative output.
As co-founder (together with Bálint Zalkai aka Alpár and Balázs Semsei aka Norwell) and label head of Farbwechsel he released tapes from a bunch of promising Hungarian producers with idiosyncratic sound, such as wanderlust synthpop-house of Route 8, horror-trash parodies of A I W A, experimental improvisations of 12z (pronounced: onetwozed) and melodramatic acid fantasies of his project with Alpár called SILF. SILF is a hardware-driven duo based on the musical interaction between S Olbricht and Alpár by their live experimentation with analog synths.

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