Johannes Brecht


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    Page Blanche
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    Kerberos Revisited - Solomun & Johannes Brecht Remix - Stephan Bodzin, Marc Romboy, Solomun
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    Voix Grave - Johannes Brecht Version - Christian Prommer
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    Pause, Imperfect Moments, Pt. 8
It is merely impossible to not call electronic producer and live act Johannes Brecht a “real musician”.
His childhood and adolescence is deeply rooted in classical music; countless first prizes in national competitions followed by stellar university degrees as Jazz bass player and pianist seemed to have forecast his fate as instrumentalist pretty clearly. But, as usual when you make plans, suddenly life happens.
In his case it’s the love for electronic music, which he discovered in 2013 – and which luckily threw all his previous plans overboard. For then, as Jazz and classical music moved way into the background, the electronic music artist was born.
First EPs on Mule Musiq, Pokerflat Recordings and Sunday Music were followed by collaborations with Stimming and Henrik Schwarz as well as multiple releases on Solomun’s label Diynamic Music.

Most notably was the elegiacally light track “Voix Grave” from 2016, which hit #1 in Beatport’s “Deep House” chart. Its successor “Page Blanche” found its way into the computer game giant “Grand Theft Auto V”.
Johannes Brecht prefers to keep his private life to himself, while his music he loves to present on all sorts of stages. Be it in a flowstone cave, devoid of all audience, for the live streaming pioneers Cercle or on the legendary “Turmbühne” of Fusion Festival in front of 20.000 people. His music remains the same - the electronic oeuvre never fully conceals his classical roots.
Almost as if it had all been planned out ...


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