Playing tracks by
Michael Brückner, Brueckner, Michael, M. Brueckner, Brückner, M. and Michael Brueckner.
Part three in this series of early recordings brings You (almost) all the terrors and wonders of my various excursions in different genres outside those ambient / electronica paths You probably know me for.
You'll encounter some attempts at 80ies synth pop (including one "classical adaption" in that vein), followed by piano pieces (some more classically, others rather jazz inspired), then the draft of a mini audio sci-fi "drama" (unfortunately with myself on "vocals" while no proper singer was around back then...) followed by some "heavy metal" featuring my brother on guitar (15 years back then!), an experimental recording of electrified (distorted!) saz (completely unskilled "performed" by me) - and finally three rather listenable examples for ethno-tinged new age / instrumental music, with one recording featuring Uwe Linde on acoustic guitar.
All rather unkempt and weird (and much of it not entirely serious even when I recorded it) - I hope it's still entertaining.