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Volumina

Volumina

Volumina


There are at least two artists who go by the name of Volumina: 1. The artist the music of whom has been released by the Canadian label Peppermill Records circa 2009. 2. The early 1990s German duo of Andreas Dorau and Tommi Eckart who released on Berlin-based label MFS. (The former) Volumina started in the late summer of 2006 as a one man band based in the first electronic and classical contemporary music experiments of Benjamin Z. who in those days was influenced by bands like Read more on Last.fm
There are at least two artists who go by the name of Volumina: 1. The artist the music of whom has been released by the Canadian label Peppermill Records circa 2009. 2. The early 1990s German duo of Andreas Dorau and Tommi Eckart who released on Berlin-based label MFS. (The former) Volumina started in the late summer of 2006 as a one man band based in the first electronic and classical contemporary music experiments of Benjamin Z. who in those days was influenced by bands like Múm, Of Montreal, Jackson and His Computer Band, Icy demons and Gangpol und Mit but in a few years his music have become in something unique thanks to many musicians that have been involved with him including Apache who quickly joined the project and took part with the first album called "This Is Our Home, Please Come In!" that is already rounding the net. (The latter) Volumina released the trance EP Alright on Berlin's MFS in 1992.

It was given airplay at that time by the late and great British disc jockey, John Peel. 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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