According to sociological definition, Der Dritte Raum is a place that should provide a balance between work and family. A more appropriate name for an electronic music project couldn’t be more original. Der Dritte Raum was infinitely lacking in Corona times. No clubs, no encounters, little compensation…
Andreas Krüger, who lives in Berlin, invites everyone with his new Der Dritte Raum album “Kommit“. And we’re all happy to come along. Back to the clubs, dance till dawn. Pure energy, fun and joie de vivre. “Kommit” embodies a new beginning, the reset button, the flight in the spaceship into better times and endless worlds. And the titles of the album indicate the direction of this journey: “Kommit“, “Andromeda Mission“, “Gummihammer“, “Transporterraum” or “Dicke Disco“. The earth is not enough for this music. It creaks, smells of sweat, glides elegantly into strange, but also well-known worlds.
Andreas Krüger started with Der Dritte Raum” (in UK and US also formally known as “The Third Room“) three decades ago as a techno project. At a party in the early 90s, he gave Sven Väth a demo tape. He landed on the record multinational Virgin Records through his Harthouse label, which brought him into the English single charts with his techno classic “Hale Bopp” at the end of the 90s. Stylistically, Der Dritte Raum has changed over time, but without losing its uniqueness.
The album “Kommit” from Der Dritte Raum is currently on pre-sale and can be purchased and streamed everywhere from September 17, 2021. There will also be a limited vinyl edition, which can also be pre-ordered via Bandcamp, among others:
Der Dritte Raum – Kommit
(Limited 2×12″ Orange Splattered Vinyl in a Gatefolder)
A1 Kommit (Album Version)
A2 Andromeda Mission (Album Version)
B1 Pictureoftheday (Vinylmix)
B2 Mekanikmuzik (Vinylmix)
C1 Candy Blue (Album Version)
C2 Transporterraum (Album Version)
D1 Gummihammer (Vinylmix)
D2 Echodeltaalfaxray (Vinylmix)
D3 Dicke Disko (Album Version)
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