Florian Meindl surges ahead in 2017 as he returns once more to his home base FLASH Recordings. He has been locked away in his studio and is now ready to unleash his new album ‘Time Illusion’. With these album sessions Florian has created a special collection of analogue focused tracks which will be released on a double vinyl album and digitally in the Spring. In anticipation for the LP release in early April, Florian has prepared a unique live set featuring a Modular System, the KORG Minilogue, effect boxes and a 909 drum machine which were used in the creation of the album and which hewill be touring throughout 2017.
Florian Meindl is a multi-talented and multi-faceted artist, who is renowned for his technical prowess. Producing for over 15 years, Florian has become known for his deep, grooving powerful Techno. His productions are characterised by his love of analog, which represent his true signature sound.
2006 saw the inception of Florian’s label FLASH Recordings. The label showcases Florian’s musical vision, reflects his taste and gives him tracks for his DJ Mixes. A platform for artists that Florian likes, FLASH has had over 170 releases already including tracks and remixes from Radio Slave, Sigha, Stephan Bodzin, Lucy, Jusai, Jamie Anderson, Flug, STRISC., Avgusto, Noncompliant, Twr72, Rekord 61...
In May 2017 Florian released his third solo album ‘Time Illusion’ to critical acclaim. The album was clearly influenced by Florian’s full analog live production without any computer. The technical aspect is integral to Florian’s musical journey that he takes the listener on. His talent lies in enabling the machines to speak and groove, to connect with them and create sounds and patterns.
As a DJ, live performer, studio producer and sound designer, Florian has over the years established an impressive producing base for himself in his Berlin based Riverside Studio complex with an exciting hardware set up including Modular Systems, an analog mixing desk as well as classic machines like Roland 909, letting them speak for him in music where words just aren’t possible.