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Ulrich Schnauss

Friday 25th March 2022

Selling Fast

+ Richard Norris & Visuals from Innerstrings

At St. Luke's Church

Doors 7:30 pm

Price £18 + booking fee / £22 on the door

Melting Vinyl presents



Melting Vinyl are very pleased to be bringing highly respected German electronic music composer Ulrich Schnauss to the perfect ambient setting of St Luke’s Church

(NB: Bar Facilities will be available at the church) 

Live visuals from Innerstrings✨

Ulrich Schnauss:  timeless cinematic dreamscape electronica.

Born in the northern German seaport of Kiel, Schnauss’ musical output began under the pseudonyms of View to the Future and Ethereal 77.

His first album Far Away Trains Passing By was released in Europe in 2001on Berlin based CCO (city centre officer)  This was quickly followed in 2003 with  A Strangely Isolated Place n the same label and prompted performance and remixing work for Schnauss with artists including port-royal, Mojave 3, Airiel, A Shoreline Dream, Asobi Seksu, Televise, Longview, Johannes Schmoelling, The Zephyrs, Lunz (Roedelius), and others.

His third album Goodbye (2007) was released on Independiente Records in Europe and on Domino in The United States

Further releases include amongst others  EP’s Quicksand Memory (2007) and Stars (2008), albums A Long Way To Fall  and No Further Ahead Than Today on PIAS records

He also plays keyboards for UK indie band Longview  and has  been a member of legendary Tangerine Dream since 2014.

After an 18 month absence, Schnauss latest release is a career spanning collection of his work to date, with his entire back catalogue remastered and released on his own Scripted Realities label.

‘Music that touches the soul of the listener in a profound way.’ – Louder Than War

Richard Norris

Richard Norris has a deep and broad history spanning decades of dance and electronic culture. Electronic Sound magazine calls him “the electronic musician’s electronic musician’, whilst Time Out New York referred to him as an ‘unhinged sonic magician’.

He started in music at a young age, playing in post punk bands and releasing seven inch singles that got the attention of John Peel at the BBC. He then worked as label manager for psychedelic reissue label Bam Caruso, before co-producing one of the earliest UK acid house compilations, Jack The Tab, in 1987. This led to a deal with Warners as the Grid, his partnership with Soft Cell’s Dave Ball. The Grid enjoyed a run of successful albums and ten UK hit singles, including the million selling ‘Swamp Thing’. The Grid also produced and remixed many artists, including Brian Eno, Yello, Erasure, Happy Mondays, Pet Shop Boys and many more.

Richard’s broad ranging musical knowledge has been applied to many projects. He formed a solo psychedelic project, the Time and Space Machine, and has remixed many artists under that name, including Tame Impala, Warpaint, Ibibio Sound Machine, Noel Gallagher and many others.

He was also one half of acclaimed and influential psych duo Beyond The Wizards Sleeve, alongside Erol Alkan. The duo remixed acts including the Chemical Brothers, Goldfrapp, Franz Ferdinand and Tracy Thorn.

In recent years, Richard has concentrated full time on a series of ambient and deep listening releases on his Group Mind label. Many more are planned, as is a return to the live arena with a new audiovisual show.