The Berlin-based DJ and producer KlangKuenstler is the best example that talent isn’t just a matter of luck. You also need the courage to believe in your own skills while steadily developing them, so it’s no coincidence that KlangKuenstler became one of the most promising house artists of the German scene within the last three years
In 2013 his track „Barfuss auf Wolken“ was released by the quality label Stil vor Talent and reached more than one million plays online and „Hand in Hand“ released o Soundplate was supported in the BBC Radio 1 show by Rob Da Bank.
Only one year later, his debut album „That’s Me“ marked a milestone for the young newcomer, which soon resulted in him playing at renowned clubs over Europe, as well as festival stages at Global Gathering, SonneMondSterne, Bestival, Dockville, and Mystic Garden. With the increase in international gigs, KlangKuenstler also refined his sound, merging old-school vibes, funky hooks and – drum samples in an effective balance as proven by his hit „Jam Master Jack“ (Smiley Fingers), which climbed to #1 on Beatport’s Tech House charts in the spring of 2016.
Whether deep, booty or tech house – his sets and productions neither fit into a simple category nor do they follow popular trends.
KlangKuenstler stands for a strong characteristic sound with high memorability by focusing on an infectious blend of percussion and rhythm. From his releases on Toolroom, Suara, Simma Black or Great Stuff to the numerous gigs such as Stil vor Talent’s label showcases – KlangKuenstler is always seeking for exciting variations within his style.