This is my brandnew video! "The Trek" might sound familiar to you, because it's from my last album "No Mind", but this is an updated version with a few changes, new bass, new vocoder stuff.
I was playing some funk in front of the green screen, where I could change backgrounds and try out all kind of visual effects, retro style!
On Sax you can see Frank Mead jumping in and out. It was captured on a rehearsal, so I had to "unscreen" him.
That was really fun do to. Check it out!
This is a new instrumental piece of funk that I wrote and I'm glad these gentlemen accepted my invitation to play on it! "Slang Funk" is a british-german collaboration which I started as a project with Frank Mead a couple of years ago. On board are some of my favourite musicians, who played on my solo albums and the most important: we are friends for more than 20 years. London-based Frank Mead (Sax) and Tim Cansfield (Guitar) are true legends on the international music scene, they have played with almost every big name, the list is so long it will take hours. Also on the very top of the professional music scene in Germany and Europe you find Tobias Neumann on Keys and Kristof Hinz on drums. Hope you dig this video as much as I do!
For this video I teamed up with Tina Kludig, who's the charismatic female vocalist of the german band "Soulrender". After I mixed their latest album last year, their song "It's Done" with its catchy chorus stayed in my head and the idea of a cover version came to my mind. With Tina in the studio it became clear, that a Voice 'n' Bass only version would be an extraordinary and unique way to approach the song differently. So I put up some cams and what happened then, you can see here.
Watch the video "Something 'bout your love"!
See scenes from the original recording sessions with Nick Gibbs (voc), Tim Cansfield (git), Tobias Neumann (keys), Frank Mead (sax, flute), Kristof Hinz (dr) and Peter on bass!
Watch the video "Stagger"!
The video contains scenes from the original recording sessions with Sebastiaan Cornelissen (dr), John-Dennis Renken (trp), Coen Molenaar (keys), Tim Cansfield (git) and Peter on bass of course!
Watch the video "Berlin Street Funk"!
The video is a collage of scenes which Muller took at the original recording sessions, as well as impressions from the city and a speedy car ride through the funkiest town in Europe!
Impressions from the "No Mind" recording sessions.