Torafikkukōn is a photographic essay which underscore the precision and depth of Elektroklänge's unique mode of AI photographic storytelling, featuring traffic cones in various situations.
The debut CD album Komposituation is heavily inspired by the comics and drawings of the German painter, poet and audio-visual artist Emil Schult.
An exclusive digital artbook companion to the album Komposituation which is included in the Bandcamp version. The artbook contains lyrics and AI generated art.
Elektroklänge takes you on a space mission with this homage to both early German science fiction movies and to the pioneering German electronic music of the early 1970’s.
Elektroklänge presents four deconstructed "tanz acts" in four different languages, strongly influenced by Vilmos Huszár's “simultaneistic-mechanical dance” at Dada-soirée, 1923.
Elektroklänge's debut single "Hello World!" released in 2015 featuring a song about programming one line code: print "hello, world"...
Elektroklänge is a minimalistic electronic music act based in Stockholm, Sweden. Elektroklänge's melodic driven retro-future signature sound combines repetitive rhythms with simple catchy melodies. The instrumentation is minimalistic and strictly electronic while all lyrics are sung through vocoders and/or generated by AI speech synthesis or the band's own replica of a Robovox.
Elektroklänge makes strictly non-improvised and meticulously programmed electronic music. While remaining true to the “Düsseldorf sound”, Elektroklänge adds and develops the sound in sometimes unexpected directions and occasionally employs the piano which often brought the project to be described as a “more emotionally-charged version of Kraftwerk”…