Berlin-based duo Barker & Baumecker make a deep, immersive design of dub-influenced techno designated by ever-shifting beats and spectacular sound design. Before conference at the renowned Berlin nightclub Berghain, both Sam Barker and Andreas Baumecker have been involved with digital music for a long time. Baumecker, originally from Frankfurt, is at the A&R department from the dance label UCMG Germany, and released his very own imprint, Freu_nd, that was been successful by Freundinnen. The label’s debut discharge was “It’s About,” a 2002 one by Isolée. Baumecker became a citizen DJ and reserving agent at Berghain when it opened up in 2004, following the closure of Ostgut, which Baumecker also spun at. In the meantime, Barker had researched music in Brighton, Britain and was area of the city’s experimental music picture, and eventually started hoarding analog synthesizers and documenting as Voltek. After obtaining a work at a reservation agency, he relocated to Berlin in 2007. Both met while arranging a overall performance by Autechre in 2008. This resulted in further experimental digital events beneath the name Amusement Program. Barker & Baumecker 1st collaborated musically on the remix of the song from the Seattle music group Sleepy Eye of Loss of life. After developing extra materials, the duo had been authorized to Ostgut Lot, the label connected with Berghain. EP Candyflip made an appearance this year 2010, accompanied by A Murder of Crows as well as the full-length Transsektoral, both in 2012. Remixes, an EP including mixes by Machinedrum and Blawan, adopted in 2013. Clark’s remix of B&B’s “Spur” made an appearance on his remix collection Feast/Beast. The duo became in-demand remixers themselves, with customers like the Field, Sinkane, and Letherette. In 2016, Barker & Baumecker came back using the 12″ Like Hertz/Cipher, accompanied by Becomes, their second full-length.