World War Ii
Matthew Graybosch reviewed my album ‘After 1989’. I’m honoured and flattered by such a genuine and magnificent analysis.
My debut concept album has been receiving a bit more attention recently, especially after I stopped trying to sell it.
Despite the developer’s effort, Google refused to publish the game ‘Attentat 1942’ on their Play Store in Germany, France, Austria and Russia.
Stunning review by Nova Music Blog for ‘Skinny Kid’, the opening single from my debut album ‘After 1989’.
Another amazing album review for ‘After 1989’: Angry Baby wade every week through great new indie music tracks to find the best gems.
YHHTMY podcast selected my song ‘Love Field’ from the album ‘After 1989’ for their latest episode.
A partial chronicle of what I did to retrace my grandfather’s steps in Sachsenhausen concentration camp. In the process, I wrote my debut concept album.
How an arrangement for another band became the opening single and lead song for Minutes to Midnight’s concept album ‘After 1989’.
Cheering crowds greet the President at Love Field, the Dallas airport. As the motorcade cuts through the city, I imagine to be there, standing still while everything changes.
The music blog Indiebuddie reviews ‘Skinny Kid’, opening single from my debut concept album ‘After 1989’.
A concept album about my grandfather, who escaped Germany in 1945, while I made the other way round, looking for answers.
30 years after the opening of the Berlin Wall, ‘After 1989’ is a real-life story about imprisonment and liberty. Watch the video teaser.
A rough and unpolished partial testimony of a different approach to production and the general workflow.