Since their legendary debut album "Ham Kummst", Seiler & Speer have made themselves indispensable to the Austrian music scene. But it would not be Christopher SEILER and Bernhard SPEER if they were to rest on their laurels. On the contrary, full of motivation and passion, the two announce a new, their third studio album: "Für immer" will include twelve tracks, three of which the still steadily growing fanbase already got to know and love. The previously released hit singles "Ois Ok", "Ala bin" and "Herr Inspector" pave the way for an album that contains many more hits, but also surprises, such as an emotional duet with Wolfgang Ambros. „Für immer“ is a courageous move forward whilst going "back to the roots " at the same time.
„So und ned anders“: Monika Zöchling enters the stage of Austrian dialect music with her debut album, telling stories written by life. Monika Zöchling enchants with her clear and at the same time nuanced voice. Alternating between bluesy-jazzy chansons in the Viennese dialect and touching ballads in german, she finds her own art and her own expression. "It fills me with great joy to be singing and telling from the soul, just as it comes into my head." With bowler hat on her head and suspenders, the born frontwoman convinces with a lot of wit and black humor.
"Newsorgsky" is the name of the debut of AUREUM Saxophone Quartet. On this CD, the ASQ recorded has recorded one of the most famous, multi-faceted works of classical music - Modest Mussorgsky's "Pictures of an Exhibition" – in a very rarely heard version on four saxophones. Aiming to elate interest in music among a young generation, AUREUM have joined forces to create this project. Their focus is on the promoting classical music amongst a young audience.