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International Festival of Digital Creativity and Electronic Music

Alongside MUTEK 2010 alumni Brandt Brauer Frick and fellow 2011 performers Elektro Guzzi, Perlon recording artists Wareika belong to that riveting trend of live-electronic collectivism among a new generation of deep-house enthusiasts who eschew the isolationist tendency of working alone in favour of a more organic and permeable version of the genre that emerges from well-honed live instrumentation and improvisational prowess. With two albums under their belts in 2010 – the impressive debut Formation and the excellent follow-up Harmonie Park – the trio of Florian Schirmacher, Henrik Raabe, and Jakob Seidensticker has come storming out of the gates with a subtly jazzy sound propelled by crisp percussion, minimally warm keyboard work, and dubby interludes. Born in the Hamburg scene, which is quickly emerging as a housier counterpoint to Berin’s techno, Raabe and Seidensticker have performed together previously in numerous deep-house live bands such as The Egocentric and The Havana Boys. Wareika came together when the pair began working with Schirmacher, who also brings a strong history of collaboration in the city’s deep house circles.

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Perlon, Tartelet Records, Connaisseur