Our last edition with David Granha gave us some insight on his philosophies and thoughts how the techno powerhouse goes about making his music. This time we bring to you the German national, but Goa based Breger, co-founder of the music label Copycow, and the Beatplantation festival in Germany. He has spent the last 15 years in support of the underground culture.
Breger’s own style varies from minimal to savage techno and reflects his dark and groovy approach. His love for the psychedelic elements is evident in his productions and continues to inspire. Consistently exploring new sounds, Breger has a busy release schedule throughout 2019, in addition to worldwide bookings.
Check out one of his more recent sets from Locals District in Jaipur a few months ago.
All music is about emotions, never get lost in rules or technique.
Send us at least 2 pictures of your studio / workspace with one or two lines describing the space or gear.
My studio has to be flexible and travels where ever I go. Thats why I love my Genelec Speakers, they’re small and powerful at the same time.
What does your typical day look like ?
Chai, Shower, Music, Movie.
If you could have produced any record in the world, which one would it be?
TON STEINE SCHERBEN, Album: Keine Macht Für Niemand, David Volksmund Produktion (1972).
This band could be described as a German version of The Doors, while being more focused on political developments.
Did you in the past or currently do anything else other than music?
What is your DJ setup?
Traktor Sound Card & Software, XONE:K2 Allen & Heath Controller, Sennheiser HD 25 Headphones, Mac Laptop
Your favourite track from your own discography?
Approached Them (Original Mix) on Zenon Records.
Complete this : In a world without music ___________
It will be amazing to drop the first beat.
Describe your music using not more than 3 words
Dark, Groovy, Spontaneous.
Three of your favourite plugins or pieces of gear?
I’m an Ableton Certified Trainer and the co-founder of Beatworx, one of India’s most acclaimed electronic music schools. I’ve been producing music for over a decade. My tryst with computers began in 1994, when I was three years old, and I’ve been wonder-struck by technology ever since. A high school graduate on paper, I went on to prove that formal education isn’t everything. I’m here to help guide you on the fascinating and ever-evolving journey of making music using computers and hardware.