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Music Composition for Documentary Film

“Nacht der Revanche” is a german documentary about Europe’s biggest 24 hour race in Duisburg, Germany. A spectacular mountain biking event with thousands of spectators, sporting excellence and a unique setting.

Maik Große Lochtmann was with 6 camera teams on site to capture this magical experience for his action-packed documentary. Renowned professionals of German television have contributed to this film (including the voice of Volker Wolf (Vox). The greater was the honor that the director, screenwriter and producer Lochtmann (WDR) hired me to compose the music for his film. At this point a big thank you for the trust and this great opportunity.

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Music Composition: Steve Grams & Sven Feller

Now get your popcorn ready and enjoy the movie!!!

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Beautiful Timelapse Film

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“The beauty of Tenerife” is a timelapse film by Uli Fehr about the clouds and starry sky of Tenerife – an island in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s the biggest of the seven Canary Islands and place of countless national and natural parks, monuments and protected landscapes.

Music by Steve Grams (“No Weep” and “Getaway”); Additonal BTS-Shots and Videos with “Swansong” from Josh Woodward.

Interview with RottenPlaces Magazine

RottenPlaces MagazineWow, I am very excited about a two-page article about me and my music in the new RottenPlaces Magazine. This is a lovingly designed eMagazine of the popular urban exploration site by André Winternitz. A project which deals with the documentation and archiving of decayed and dilapidated buildings and objects. In connection with the new section soundscapes I had the chance for an interview about my current album “The Mystery Of Lost Places Inside”.

The latest issue (2/2013) is available as a print and digital edition. The articles are in german, but regardless of the language it is worth a look. Especially for fans of Lost Places.