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Beginning producing in the early 90ies, Andreas Krüger became one of the most popular german artists in techno worldwide over the years. After handing out a demo tape to sven väth he was signed at väth’s Hardhouse label. Since then many releases on different labels and noumerous live gigs followed. In 1998 “Der dritte Raum” released the “Raumgleiter” album including the tracks “Hale Bopp” and “Trommelmaschine” that shaked the floors and became techno classics. Starting with a mixture of classic Techno and Progressive with influences of Goa, Acid and Trance, Krüger’s Style changed over the years and arrived at a sort of minimal Techo and House while not forgetting the unique style of “Der dritte Raum”. But Krüger alias “Der dritte Raum” made a man for himself with the noumerous live sets he controverts with his mate Ralf Uhrland. Now Der dritte Raum release their new single on Hardhouse.
“Sieben” is a phat TechHouse smasher with a blowing bassline, whooshing percussions and psychedelic synthesizer arrangements that will tidy up your brain with with the right verve you need to forget dancing in a club!
The “Sieben Remix” from the Berlin Producer “ Neal White “ flushes every kind of control out of your body. More technoid an with little influence of acid flavour, the dark humming bassline will drop your consciousness to the next level while the finely woven highs pulling your hair out of your skin.
“szthingkätznardth” is a very linear track with a high energy atmosphere and chords chiseling the light out of the night and freaky vocal samples are taking care for the creepiness in your mind.
“Rubin” closes the single in a more housy way than the other tracks, but here you will also find great melodies and a balanced arrangement going around with a sense of humor.
So have fun.