About Fritz Kalkbrenner
Youth Kalkbrennera Fritz looks like a fairy tale gray concrete. Growing up in the Berlin district of Lichtenberg in the middle of the nineties, there was no light. Among the ubiquitous prefabs, you did not have much options and Fritz himself says that, apart from hanging around the estate was the biggest concern for young music. Therefore focused on collecting hip hop vinyl, but for which she earned the scorn of his elder brother and a mutual friend. These were none other than Paul Kalkbrenner and Sascha Funke. These two characters have played a crucial role in shaping Fritzova phenomenon, and in 1997 they managed to stretch the hip when sixteen party at the legendary Berlin club Suicide Circus.
The turning point caused the young Fritz headlong in love with the rhythms of tech-house music. Before long, we can regularly hear him in Berlin clubs like WMF, Discount, Tresor, or Matrix. Love of music logically resulted in the first attempts at self-produced Paul’s older mašinkách zlepěování his singing and speech. At that time, Sascha Funke put together their debut album, Bravo and Fritz vocals appeared on the first single, Forms and Shapes, which became an underground hit of summer 2003. Fritzova the club’s star rose steeply up the sky, came up to the next breakthrough point.
In 2008 he and his brother played in the now cult film Berlin Calling, from which protruded a great theme except for the soundtrack, which we can find the anthem of 2008, collaboration both Fritz and Paul, Sky and Sand. Currently, Fritz signed by independent label Suol Berlin, where he was released last studio album Here Today, Gone Tomorrow.