Alloinyx is a project for electronic music by music producer Tobias Hünig.
It was founded in Berlin 2009 as an art project together with the artist Raphael Itten.
Alloinyx is the story of two young men who both grew up near the Alps, one in Bavaria, one in Switzerland. The two creative minds meet in Germany’s fastest moving city, both working for a successful rap label. They decide to start an art project and combine their talents to devise creative packages of electronic music and visual art.
On March 20, 2012 the first Alloinyx EP Berlin Engineering is released with the final cover art contribution by Raphael Itten.
Alloinyx’s debut-release Berlin Engineering was made the way any music-romantic would want:
Produced over many weeks and months with little cash in hand, at night behind an ancient PC with buzzing CRT-displays and other outdated technical equipment.
The style: virtuoso produced, melodic electronic music often combined with „real“ live
instruments. The amount of effort and production-skill behind the seven songs is quickly evident, despite or maybe because of Hünig’s close brush with Kitsch in which Berlin’s sterile Techno sounds are replaced with antiquated and nerdy arcade charms.
Here we have a few tracks that we loved from Berlin Engineering
>>> Enjoy <<<
Werewolves and Popcorn
Text + Music + PhotosCourtesy of Alloinyx