Märtini Brös

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Märtini Brös.
Origin Berlin, Germany
Genres Dance
Years active 1998–present
Labels Poker Flat Recordings
Website Official Site
Members Clemens Kahlcke
Mike Vamp

Märtini Brös. is a German electronic dance musical group from Berlin, who have toured extensively throughout Europe. The project is a collaboration between DJ Clé (born Clemens Kahlcke) and Mike Vamp (born Frankfurt, 1966). Both became established on the electronic music scene in Berlin during the 1980s and 1990s as DJs and remixers. The duo first worked together as part of an effort to translate the opera Don Giovanni into an electronic version in 1997.

Their sound incorporates techno and breakbeat combined with lyrics sung in German and English. As a live act the band usually performs with sequencers and acoustic guitars.

Remixes[edit]

Märtini Brös. have provided remixes for numerous artists; the most significant include Missy Queen's Gonna Die by Tok Tok with Soffy O, and Bleib Geschmeidig by 2raumwohnung. Tiga has used several tracks on his progressive house compilations, including DJ-Kicks.

Discography[edit]

Singles and EPs[edit]

Date Release
1998 "Material Love"
May 20, 1999 "Babyhaze"
April 15, 2000 "Tanzen"
April 9, 2001 "Flash"
2002 "Dance like it's OK"
September 16, 2002 "The Biggest Fan"
2003 "Boy/Girl"
April 28, 2003 "HOT"
January 12, 2004 "Love the machine"
2004 "Big and dirty"
September 13, 2004 "She's Heavy Metal"
June 13, 2005 "Tracks from the Lab pt1"
November 28, 2005 "Tracks from the Lab pt2"
June 5, 2006 "Tracks from the Lab pt3"
November 11, 2007 "From Buleaux"

Albums[edit]

Date Release
July 22, 2002 "Pläy"
May 24, 2004 "Love The Machines"

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