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CoEx

CoEx

CoEx


CoEx is the recording project of Klaus Vormehr, who has been involved in creating and producing his own style of electronic music since the early nineties. Heavily influenced by minimalist composers such as Steve Reich and West African poly rhytnms adding melodic content lead to two album releases ,Synaesthesia' and ,Ascents Meteora' in 1994 and 1996. After studying Afro-Brazilian Percussion for several years and subsequent teaching percussion programmes Read more on Last.fm
CoEx is the recording project of Klaus Vormehr, who has been involved in creating and producing his own style of electronic music since the early nineties. Heavily influenced by minimalist composers such as Steve Reich and West African poly rhytnms adding melodic content lead to two album releases ,Synaesthesia' and ,Ascents Meteora' in 1994 and 1996. After studying Afro-Brazilian Percussion for several years and subsequent teaching percussion programmes around Ireland he's back in his studio working on a new album which has just been released on www.tonatom.net/releases/124/. Although "no babble" is the first release of CoEx on tonAtom or any netlabel, klaus vormehr is far from being a newcomer. having worked with several well-known acts in the music industry and after two self-named records in the 1990s, CoEx is back in 2012. CoEx adds another country - ireland - to the tonAtom map.

and CoEx adds a new facet to the tonAtom styles of music with his own sound between sequential music and live improvisation, influenced by dub reggae, afro beat and art rock. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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