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Music4Aliens Podcast Series Ep. 25 - Anina Owly B2B Thomas Klipps

Mon, 18 Nov 2019 10:59:39 +0000
144.1 MB, 01:00:02,

New podcast with the aliens Anina Owly and Thomas Klipps. Groovy sound and some hit of the past. Enjoy!

Anina Owly

Born and raised in the south of Germany discovered her love for electronic music in 2011. After a couple of gigs for her friends she started her series of events ‘Owl Night Long’. Quickly established in the the nightlife, Aninas events featured several headliners such as Carlo Ruetz, Macromism and Ron Costa. After numerous events all over Germany f.e. Magdalena in Berlin, Bunker in Rostock, Zollamt in Stuttgart or Peter and Paul in Regensburg Anina is now one of the residents in Hans-Bunte Areal. Besides her success on national ground she impressed fans of electronic music with her vacant minimal sound outside of the German border. Her gigs include countries like Switzerland, France, Italy and Belgium. Furthermore, she has become a permanent part of the Sea You Festival as well as the Grenzenlos Festival and performed side by side with several headliners. At the same time Anina wanted to bring her own style into the music and released her first EP in 2013. She made it into the Top 30 Minimal Charts with only her second release, the Blow EP on Moonplay. Ever since, Anina releases her EP on known labels such as Phobos Records, Music4Aliens and Creepy Finger Records. Her Remix of the release ‘Blind’ by Clone Kent and Kallin made it onto rank 5 of the Beatport Minimal Charts. Besides her digital success, she also persuades with analogous sounds. In the summer of 2018 she released her Remix of Andrew T Dorms ‘Implant’ on Vinyl, where unique vocals meet a slice of Oldschool Minimal. She just recently made one of her dreams come true by having her first homestudio, which gives her even more space for creativity.


Thomas Klipps
Thomas Klipps, born and raised at the German coast, always had a passion for electronic music. Influenced by his friends, it was only a matter of time when he would find his way to the turntables. Even in times of digital music, he was willing to start from scratch. Therefore, it is important to Thomas that once in a while his sets get a touch of a warm, analoge sound of vinyl. His music style, which reaches from deep groovy techno to old school minimal techno, improved rapidly. After numerous bookings in northern Germany, Thomas decided to to move to the south to Freiburg in 2017. As he quickly became part of the scene, bookings in Hans-Bunte Areal as well as Drifters Club followed. But mixing music only was not enough for the young artist. To express his creativity Thomas decided to produce music himself as well. He celebrated his first release in August 2018 for the Heimatliebe Record. His following EP Music4Aliens reached rank 15 in the Beatport Top Minimal Tech Release.