Apparat (aka Sascha Band) co-founded the German imprint Shitkatapult with Marco Haas (aka T. Raumschmiere) in early 1999. Nevertheless, it wasn’t until 2 yrs later that he’d launch his full-length debut, Multifunktionsebene, which quickly captured the interest of IDM enthusiasts world-wide. Known for his prolific result, he quickly adopted this up with Tttrial and Eror a minimum of six months later on and another full-length, Duplex, adopted soon after that. A slew of remixes and collaborations would adhere to for a multitude of performers both experimental and dancefloor-friendly. He released the dual EP Silizium in 2005, which got the Apparat alias inside a decidedly different path. He collaborated with BPitch Control labelhead/DJ Ellen Allien for the full-length Orchestra of Bubbles, that was released in 2006. The next year’s Wall space was his most innovative and singular full-length. It had been trailed with a varied 2010 installment in !K7’s DJ-Kicks series, which incorporated several dubstep and IDM paths in a experimental techno platform. The Devil’s Walk, a contemplative studio room album, followed for the Mute label in 2011. His following full-length function was 2013’s Krieg und Frieden, made out of a 30-piece orchestra to accompany a stage creation of Battle and Peace.