Beneath the name Farben, the prolific Jan Jelinek — who also operates under his own name so when Gramm — makes his most ornate, most dub-suffused, & most dancefloor-friendly materials. Moreover, his knack for simple intricacy is probably at its greatest when crafted under this guise. Between July of 1998 and Apr of 2002, six Farben 12″ produces for the German Klang Elektronik label strike the racks: Farben, Stuck, Featuring the Dramatics, Fresh Macro, Silikon, and Farben Says: Don’t Combat Phrases. Apr of 2002 also noticed the discharge of two compilations. Starbox, a vinyl-only bundle, simply mixed Featuring the Dramatics through Farben Says: Don’t Combat Phrases. Textstar, a CD-only bundle, gleaned from those produces without being almost as thorough.
Date Of Birth June 5, 1985
Awards Echo Award for Dance National
Music Songs Little Hollywood, Bad Ideas, Please Tell Rosie, She Moves, Sometimes, Remember Yesterday, Lonely Land, Fall into the Night, Roof Bay, Leaving to New York, Tanzinteresse, My Ghost, Metaphysik der Röhren II, Metaphysik der Röhren, Alle Farben - Remember Yesterday, Far Green, High at Day, Alle Farben - My Ghost, Piano Bomb, Alle Farben Live Circus, D. Punk, Berlin, Face to Facebook, High at Night, No Ordinary, Deep Sea Blue, Alle Farben - Please Tell Rosie, Blue Jester, Faze DJ-Set 05, Our Past, Tempelhof, Summer Storm
Albums Synesthesia - I Think in Colours, Music Is My Best Friend, Please Tell Rosie (feat. YOUNOTUS) (The Remixes), My Ghost (Remix EP), Sailorman EP, Danse / Pulp EP, Alle Farben Meets Rainer Weichhold EP, She Moves, Roundabout - EP, Faze DJ Set #05: Alle Farben