The filmmusic for "STEREO" combines the world of electronic dance music with traditional film scoring. The sound of the score is a palette of complex synthesizer sounds and analogue sounds interwoven to create a unique acoustical layer for the film. In addition to the music of Enis Rotthoff the soundtrack includes tracks by Moderat, Erlie Bird and The Silent Magic
Music from Director David Wnendts visionary novel adaption. The music plays with elements of rebellion and pop and combines electronic music with filmscoring. Following the work of films as "Trainspotting" or "Drive" this film and its music connect the Zeitgeist with cinematic style.
Music for Detlev Bucks feature film MEASURING THE WORLD based on the novel by Daniel Kehlmann. The music was performed and recorded with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra featuring solo violinist Kolja Blacher.
Music for Simon Arthurs psychological thriller "Silver Tongues". The music combines classical music with road-trip feelings and reflects the intelligence and sensibility of the film. The music features wonderful performances by solo violinist Marc Daniel van Biemen and solo cellist Rouven Schirmer.