Modeselektor has been shaping the electronic music scene since the early 2000s with their flamboyant DJ sets and genre-melding productions. The duo consisting of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary formed in the early 90s when they were involved in the rave scene on the outskirts of Berlin. With their energetic live shows and offbeat productions encompassing multiple electronic styles, they gained popularity far beyond the techno scene.
Together with Sascha Ring aka Apparat they also released three albums under the name Moderat, which raised the bar for electronic pop music informed by bass music and club sounds. This joint venture turned into a huge success, selling out concert halls all around the globe. After extensively touring for two years, Bronsert and Szary temporarily retired Moderat and turned their focus back towards Modeselektor.
Out in February 2019, the fourth Modeselektor album ‘Who Else’ continues their trademark adventures into sound, bass and beats, carrying forward one of the most unique stories in modern electronic dance music. It isn’t one of those predictable techno records, and that’s what makes it such an effort: the endless search for new sounds while always bearing in mind that less is more.