Manuel Meyer founded the musical project Zusammenklang in 2011. Only 2 years after, he would share the stage with the famous pioneer from french electro scene Etienne de Crecy.
His musical touch relies on a perfect balance between quiet emotions and deep, intense sounds.
Confirmed by his first productions Zusammenklang was quickly supported by his fellows. Notorious producers such as Solee, Oliver Schories, Infkish, Joachim Pastor or more recently Miyagi did not hesitate to let their productions be remixed by the writer and producer.

On the 9th of September Zusammenklang will be releasing a full album called “Different Places” though Hamburg label SOSO.
With “Different Places”, Zusammenklang manages to achieve the balanced equilibrium of having the duality of utility of club and home listening. Beautifully crafted with care and love.

Read the Smallltalk with Zusammenklang:

Coffee or Tea?

Vegetables or Meat?
I like both.

Subway, Car or Bike?

Pub or Club?

Digital or Analog?

PC or MAC?

The Beatles or The Rolling Stones?
The Rolling Stones.

What are you doing first after waking up?
Turn on my PCs and the coffee machine.

What turns you on / off?
On: a nice groove / Off: not such a nice groove ;)

What were you like in school?
The school band sessions.

What is the first record you bought, and when?
Altern 8 – Infiltrate 202 – Network Records – 1991

What is your embarrassing favorite song?
There is no favorite embarrassing song.

What do you don´t like about yourself?

If you could learn a random skill, what would you learn?
To fly. Ok joking – playing Piano.

Which instruments did you learn?
Bass & Drums.

What are you good in besides doing music?

What do you like a) most and b) least about being a musician/producer/dj…?
a)To do every day what I love b) There is absolutely nothing.

What are you currently working on?
On an EP which will be released in December 2014 on Parquet Recordings.

Is there anything else you want to say?
Greetings to my Mom :)

Find Zusammenklang on:

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