Since 2000, I have released several EPs and albums by the Salzburg indie pop band Betty’s Apartment, an album of my electronic project sea39 (see below), and the soundtrack to my film SCHLAFLOS on my indie label Ghost Light.
From 1998 to 2002 I directed the avant-garde project Eternity Ltd., which played with weird improvised noise, lyricism and ambience, and also touched on musical forms such as rock, jazz or techno. Old record players, violins, portable radios, computers, image projections: Everything was used here. We performed with it at the Rockhouse Salzburg and in the ARGE Salzburg. The line-up changed from time to time, including Traumpfad keyboardist Matthias Unterhuber, his younger brother Thomas, Austropop musician Christian Tröbinger, and my later cinematic comrade-in-arms Christian Haslecker.
In 2001, we landed with the actually not at all representative industrial-metal piece “Inner Sanctum” on the X-tra-Ordinary-Sampler of Rockhouse Salzburg.
In 2000, I released the album !consume:desire! of my electronics project sea39. Most of the tracks were created in collaboration with Traumpfad keyboardist Matthias Unterhuber. In the individual pieces, electronica, ambience, jazz, techno, and other styles meet in an experimental mixture.