From his early beginnings in the burgeoning scene of underground dance music over twenty years ago, to the pinnacle of live, melodic House and Techno where he currently resides, EINMUSIK is an artist committed to pushing the envelop in each and every aspect of his creative output. The mastermind behind a string of internationally celebrated releases on leading labels including Stil Vor Talent, Diynamic, Bedrock, Suara, Katermukke and his very own Einmusika imprint, the iconic German producer and globally renowned live act now continues his remarkable run of first rate studio form with the unveiling of his latest original single, I’ll Follow.
Out now via Embassy One, I’ll Follow marks EINMUSIK’s eagerly anticipated debut outing on the long-standing German label and represents another impressive milestone moment for the seasoned producer. Teaming up with hyped British singer-songwriter, Richard Judge – who has also enjoyed considerable career success having lent his vocal expertise to a string of hit singles including Show Me Love (Robin Schulz), Sober (Laidback Luke) and Dance On My Own (Frank Walker) to name a few – the two in-demand artists join forces to deliver a perfectly judged, vocal house cut that explores a highly nuanced and dynamic sound palate.
Unequivocal in his commitment to creativity, EINMUSIK’s impressive musicality shines front and centre, alongside his long-standing love affair with deep, melodic soundscapes. Backboned by uplifting synth work, exquisite production values and Judge’s unmistakable topline, the record’s rich sonic texture is a compelling and thought-provoking study of ’s EINMUSIK’s current direction as a highly accomplished, multi-faceted producer.
Berlin-based musician and label head EINMUSIK is considered to be one of the most acclaimed representatives of Melodic House & Techno, and deservedly so. With a musical cosmos that straddles some of the world’s most esteemed imprints such as Stl Vor Talent, Diynamic, Katermukke, Suara, and Bedrock among others, the German producer’s boundless creativity has resulted in a desire to produce under multiple monikers; his real name (Samuel Kindermann) in addition to pseudonyms Resil, Ophir Project and Seriously Tight.
Born in the late 70s, EINMUSIK absorbed the sounds of Depeche Mode, Visage and Kraftwerk, gravitating to their melodic and experimental worth. These, in addition to Drum and Bass and emotive techno material, formed the muse for his debut 3-tracker, ‘Weekender’ (2003, via Italic). By 2004, Kindermann had mastered his core aesthetic as a producer and subsequently entered the German Dance Charts with his single ‘Jittery Heritage’; paving the way for future partnerships with labels like Liebe Detail, Bouq and Noir Music. Curating his all-important debut solo album “de, Medici” in 2007, which included some standout cuts from his back catalogue, EINMUSIK presented an authentic sonic palette founded on rapturous melodies and eccentric synth-work. Contributing further to the progression of the genre, Kindermann launched Einmusika Recordings just two short years later; a label that has since operated with flourishing success. Celebrating its tenth anniversary back in 2018, Einmusika’s showcases enjoyed sold out editions and festival inclusions from New York to Asia and everywhere in between.
About Richard Judge:
Richard Judge is a British singer, songwriter & DJ from London. He is most known for his multi-platinum hit Show Me Love, with Robin Schulz which spent 6 weeks at #1 on the German Airplay Charts and received gold and platinum certifications all over Europe and Australasia with 100m + streams on Spotify alone. His recent collaboration with Laidback Luke “Sober” reached the Top 40 at US Dance Radio, and its follow up “Dance On My Own‘ with Frank Walker is recently out before a packed upcoming release schedule commences.
Judge has worked with some of the biggest names in dance music, collaborating with the likes of Roger Sanchez, Laidback Luke, Todd Terry, Sam Feldt & Benny Benassi, to name a few. He contributed to Kungs’ multi-platinum album Layers, with “Crazy Enough” & when “Ruckus” with Tube & Berger spent 8 weeks at No. 1 on the Beatport Deep House Chart, Magnetic Magazine labelled Richard Judge as “dance music’s next star vocalist.”