AGF may be the alias of Antye Greie (aka Antye Greie-Fuchs), a Berlin-based vocalist/maker who established herself while the vocalist of Laub through the past due ’90s before branching out like a single maker and frequent collaborator having a status for philosophically artistic electronic music. Given birth to in Sept 1969 and elevated in East Germany in the town of Halle, Saxony-Anhalt, she relocated to Berlin in 1996 and created the downtempo digital music duo Laub with Jotka (an alias of maker Jürgen Kühn). Greie was the vocalist of Laub, which released some acclaimed albums around the label Kitty-Yo: Kopflastig (1997), Unter Anderen Bedingungen als Liebe (1999), Intuition (1999), and Filesharing (2002). In 2001 Greie produced her single debut as AGF having a few songs around the Neue Berliner Effort release Constant Adjustable. Subsequently authorized to Package Clayton’s label Orthlorng Musork, she produced her full-length recording debut with Mind Slash Bauch (2002), accompanied by her second recording, Westernization Completed (2003). The albums had been both musically experimental and philosophically creative (Mind Slash Bauch predicated on software program code, Westernization Completed on private information), a departure from her function in Laub, which have been pretty melodic and song-based whereas her single are AGF is usually abstract and frequently spoken instead of sung. In 2004 Greie founded her personal label, AGF Producktion, which she released a 12″ EP by Quio (which she created) and reissued her second recording, Westernization Completed. Following releases around the label add a fresh recording by Laub, Deinetwegen (2007), and the 3rd AGF recording, Words Are Lacking (2008). Furthermore to her produces on AGF Producktion, Greie was also associated with several side projects like the Dolls (The Dolls, 2005), the Lappetites (Prior to the Libretto, 2005), AGF/Hold off (a cooperation with Sasu Ripatti [aka Vladislav Hold off] that yielded 2005’s Explode Baby and 2009’s Symptoms), and AGF.3 (Mini Films, 2006).