Kevin Werdelmann (also known by his artistname Slowtide) is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer from Bochum, Germany.
Inspired by the music of Vince Clarke, Jean-Michel Jarre and Chris Huelsbeck, Kevin started out as a teenager composing synth-music on an Amiga 500 homecomputer for various self-made films. His first official output was the critically acclaimed electronic concept-album "London”, inspired by his first visit to the English metropolis in 1997.
His affection for british guitar-driven music from the likes of The Verve or Radiohead induced him to form his artistname Slowtide in 2002, under which he combines his love for synths and guitars, creating eclectic Indiepop-music.
20 years after its first limited CD-R release, London received a remastered digital re-release. Kevin plans to record more electronic albums under his real name in the future.