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Axess
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Germany
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Axess is German synthesist Axel Stupplich who has been releasing Berlin School electronic music since around 2002. He is also a member of the band Pyramid Peak together with his old friend Andreas Morsch (Project Andrew Rotten) and Uwe Denzer. Since 1999 they released several CDs and became one of the most famous bands in the electronic music scene in Germany and even Europe.
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http://www.axess-music.de
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Releases on file (7)
Axess — Seashore Axess — Seashore
(Spheric Music SMCD 8013, 2018, CD)
Axess — Aviator Axess — Aviator
(Spheric Music SMCD 8012, 2013, CD)
Axess — Fusion Axess — Fusion
(Spheric Music SMCD 8011, 2010, CD)
Axess — Voices of Dawn Axess — Voices of Dawn
(Spheric Music SMCD 8010, 2008, CD)
Axess — Time Traveller Axess — Time Traveller
(Pyramid Peak PP0816, 2005, CD)
Axess — Chamaeleon Axess — Chamaeleon
(Invisible Shadows SCD090319, 2003, CD)
Axess — First Light Axess — First Light
(Invisible Shadows (no cat #), 2002, CD)

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