SCHLINDWEIN “Crash The Orchestra”
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SCHLINDWEIN “Crash The Orchestra”

’This is the second single of my new album, which will be released in autumn this year! The song tells the story of an orchestra going rogue during a rehearsal and switching from a classical tune to a wild improvisation of breakbeats, odd rhythms and catchy melodies. The clash of classical and electronic music and the main theme of all my music and is displayed here in a way I haven’t done before. It is energetic, percussive and powerful.’

Schlindwein is an up-and-coming Berlin based pianist, composer and producer. His music has been used on USA hit TV series like ‘How To Get Away With Murder‘ or „Grey’s Anatomy“ and has been occupying some of the biggest editorial playlists on Spotify and Apple Music regularly.
His debut LP ‘Piano and Electronic Ensemble Op.1’ reached over 2.5 Million streams and received much critical acclaim.
Recent concerts: Berlin Fashion Week, Gasteig HP8 (Isarphilharmonie), Reeperbahn Festival, Live at Steinway&Sons and many more…

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