|Sep / 2014||•||First We Take The Streets||Berlin, DE|
|Oct / 2013||•||concert||piec art club krakow|
|Aug / 2013||•||Concert||Werkstatt der Kulturen Berlin|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Facts In The Case Of The Mysterious Pop Murders||Album||2007|
|Music for Alliens and Trees||EP||2014|
He worked together with producers such as Yensin Jahn (Planet Roc Studio, Mando Diao, Alice Cooper, Till Brönner) and Andy Jung (Seed, Blackmail), among others.
The band with the bass in the front
Marcel Krömker, founder of the band, writes the songs on his double bass, that huge instrument that makes kids as much as grown-ups curious when it walks around the city. In Mr Eart, the bass stands proudly in the front.
Argentinean singer Laura Flor Corallini joined him in 2011. Daughter of tango composer Luis Corallini, Flor grew up surrounded by studio recordings, while the passionate Buenos Aires effervesced outside. In Mr Eart, her voice flutters around the double bass, and warmly invites the audience to take part in rhythmic clapping soundscapes.
Based on its bass and vocals core and the use of acoustic instruments, Mr Eart crosses traces of songwriting and improvisation with experimental pop and electronic music.
With sensuality and warmth, the five musicians embody oblique nostalgia in the garb of second hand science fiction. Mr Eart melts analogue aesthetics with poetry, to arrive to an exquisite blend of experimental songs.
...was founded in 2007 in Amsterdam by musicians from Germany, Holland, Norway and Portugal. Since then, the band made a CD (facts in the case of the mysterious pop murders) with the independent label Neukland and played concerts in clubs and Festivals all over Europe.
Using acoustic instruments Mr Eart crosses traces of songwriting and improvisation with pop and experimental electronic music. With sensuality and warmth, the fve musicians embody oblique nostalgia in the garb of second hand science fiction.
In 2011 and after some concerts with a new Berlin based line up, Mr Eart developed a new musical language which resulted in compositions and new arrangements. Today, with musicians from Spain, Germany, Poland and Argentina, Mr Eart remains as international and eclectic as before. Currently working on a new recording including a version of David Bowies´s surrealistic “Disco King”, the band is adding own compositions, pieces of argentinean folk and electric sounds. Experimental. Poetic. Analogue. Mr Eart melts analogue aesthetics with poetry, to arrive to an exquisite blend of experimental songs.