For more than 20 years, Martin Eyerer has been travelling all over the world as a DJ and producer. His more than 100 releases on popular labels such as Rennaissance, Buzzin Fly, Great Stuff, Boxer, Audiomatique or of course on his own label Kling Klong are bought and played on countries from Australia, Asia to North and South America and of course Europe. Countless sales and other chart positions as well as media reviews impressively prove this.
As a producer, Martin also has something to show for it: Golden albums in the UK and Australia and top 3 positions in the US Billboard charts have a big effect here. As a mixing and mastering engineer, Martin has been running a respectable analogue studio for 15 years, which has an established position especially in the electronic music scene. His clients include labels and artists such as Mobilee, Watergate Recs, Terminal M, Keine Musik, Stil Vor Talent, Break New Soil, Pan-Pot, Oliver Koletzki, Wankelmut and many more.
After moving from Stuttgart to Berlin in August 2012, Martin and his partners Jade Soaid and Tassilo Ippenberger opened Riverside Studios together, a 1000 m² complex in the heart of Berlin. With a direct view of the river and the neighbourhood of clubs like Bergahin, Watergate, Kater Holzig, Tresor or Weekend, it became one of the hotspots of Berlin's music scene. The tenants of its 15 studios like Booka Shade, Pan-Pot, Tobi Neumann, Sante, Florian Meindl, Stephan Hinz, Alex Flatner and some film composers make this complex so special and successful. Of course, Martin also has his space there. Within 100 m² he took his studio to the next level. The restoration of his legendary Amek M 3000 console that was owned by Pink Floyd in the seventies surely completed it.
At the end of 2013, Martin Eyerer starts working on his third long player, including interesting and already confirmed collaborations with Marc Romboy, Gui Boratto, Sante, Robert Babicz, Namito, Anja Schneider, Chopstick and Ruede Hagelstein.
In mid-2014, the album was released on Martin's own label, Kling Klong, which had just released the 2013 Ibiza hit "Ninetoes-Finder" (incl. Martin Eyerer rmx). Before this, Martin released some other new tracks: "The Cake", his new single on Kling Klong incl. remixes by Pan-Pot and Markus Homm, "Silver and Gold" on Highway (incl. Daniel Dexter rmx), a collaboration with Tim Xavier on Metroline ltd and a release together with his friend Marcelo Rosselot from Cadenza which was released on physical Hazte at the end of 2013. In addition, he is also working on a follow up to perhaps his biggest club record so far: "Eyerer & Chopstick- Haunting".