Berlin-based audiophile Pierce Warnecke returns on Fremdtunes with Electronic Funk and Glitch-hop on his brand new mini-album ‘The Machine Regrets’. Warnecke fuses vibrant melodies and bouncy beats, authentically composed and inspired by the story of a machine gaining consciousness, only to see that it’s more of a burden than a benefit to one’s being. To complete ‘The Machine Regrets’, Pierce Warnecke invited London’s beat-brainiac Kelpe and French ambassadors of Funk Baron Retif & Concepcion Perez to remix the title-song. Leeds-based duo Big Mister Doom wonderfully re-blended the song ‘Re-processed’. Recommended by Jet Set Records, Juno and Ennio Styles!
Pierce Warnecke has been creating digital material since his studies at Berklee College of Music. Inspired by the interactions between humans and machines, scientific research and complex data structures, he works as a programmer to find alternate ways of integrating sound, video, light and data into performance/installation contexts. He also is a sound designer for a well known music software company. Warnecke previously did remixes for Kelpe (one on FR2010-03 digital), released music on BEE Recordings and performed in Europe and the US with different audio- and audiovisual projects.
Snippet-mix of ‘The Machine Regrets’ on Soundcloud:
Remix of ‘The Machine Regrets’ by Kelpe: