Having spent most of his teenage years in front of a synthesizer in the early 80’s, it was time to pick it up again in 2009. With a new project Deutsche Bank, the heavily Kraftwerk inspired album Autopop was released in 2013. The album was appreciated worldwide for being true to the old school techno-pop sound. The follow-up single Transmission (2014) took it a step further incorporating a Numan-esque feel and 2015 saw a new project born, Frohm and the album Dawn of Electric Age which is a little more emotional and more traditionally written compared to the Deutsche Bank project. Most noticeable influences include Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Gary Numan, Human League. Autopop is a direct reference to Kraftwerks Autobahn and Dawn of Electric Age is inspired by the beginning of the electronic music scene.
Up and coming releases in 2016 holds the album Grand Unified Theory (Deutsche Bank), a little more sci-fi and influenced by science, art and everyday life. In The Simplest Forms (Frohm) continues the style and themes of Dawn of Electric Age.
- Silly Machinery
- The Low
- I Played An American
- I Love Machines