Field Rotation
April 29, 2009, 12:02 pm
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One of the things that we love about running Fluid Radio is the amount of highly talented artists we discover along our journey of bringing you fresh cutting edge sounds. One particular talent is an artist who goes by the name of Field Rotation. We recieved a four track demo a while back and haven’t stopped listening to it since. This guy’s music is very special indeed and I have a feeling we will be seeing lots more from him this year. With his track ‘Regenzeit’ submitted to the Fluid Audio 001 project ‘Hope’, ‘Licht und Schatten’ EP signed up for Fluid Audio 002, Field Rotation is definitely an artist to watch out for in 2009!

Field Rotation is the German composer and producer Christoph Berg. With this project he combines ambient, experimental classic and electroacoustic sounds, connects classic impressions and synthetic clubworks.Christoph was born 1985 in Kiel, northern Germany. At the age of seven he started to learn classic violin and piano. For many years he played in different symphonic youth orchestras. Actually he takes part in different jazz projects like BSB Trio and Introspective, with Field Rotation he starts to discover the world of club ambient and floating electronica.

The work of Field Rotation is based on his experimental structures combined with sound design and arrangement. Rhythmic and percussive elements lead to wide Soundscapes and create a minimal ambient atmosphere somewhere between electronica, downtempo and IDM.

www.fieldrotation.introspectivemusic.de

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