Heinrich Mueller and Robert Witschakowski on Project STS-31 - Spiralgalaxie
The split album between Heinrich Mueller and Robert Witschakowski aka The Exaltics, Project STS-31 - Spiralgalaxie, that was announced back in April is now available here for pre-order from Solar One Music and you can listen to samples of all the tracks at this link. In the image you can see what a very special and lovingly produced package this is and the various versions it comes in, including a limited Box Set, vinyl and CD. Full details on formats etc and samples of each track are available at this link. While all of the tracks are incredible, from DRL's perspective the Mueller tracks and his aliases are as follows.
Rudolf Klorzeiger - 'Globular Cluster'
Heinrich Mueller - 'Adaptive Optics'
Der Zyklus - 'Ionospheric Delay'
Der Zyklus - 'Ionospheric Delay' (extended) (CD bonus track only)
There is one surprise however as Project STS-31 appears to be a collaboration between Mueller and Witschakowski. The name comes from the Hubble Telescope itself and there are four tracks under this name, 'Density Waves', 'The Super Massive Blackhole', '5000 Light Years Away' and 'Spiralgalaxie'. Full label blurb below, ready to ship about 5th September. If you can't wait that long XLR8R are giving away one of the tracks from it, 'Messier 81' by The Exaltics at this link.
Project STS-31-Spiralgalaxie (Hubble Telescope Series Vol.3) A clash of the Titans! Celebrating Solar One Music's 40th release and 10th anniverary, this split LP sees two stars under various disguises, Heinrich Mueller (aka Der Zyklus and various other projects) and German producer Robert Witschakowski aka The Exaltics, back to back in a no return odyssey through the depths of the Galaxy. Expect nothing but contemplative and cosmic electro beats using original outer-space sounds from the Universe. Closing the Hubble telescope trilogy which brought to you Luxus Varta and more recently E.R.P. (respectively with the "Everything Is Nothing" and "Ancient Light" EP's), trippy "Spiralgalaxie" will mark a new step in SOM's History. As usual, the final chapter of the series dedicated solely to Hubble and all the great scientists and engineers at the NASA and ESA, comes with a beautiful cover print picture taken by the Space Telescope.