Die Leere im Kern Deiner Hoffnung – Info

Die Leere im Kern Deiner Hoffnung. Foto: Markus Molthoff. Freie Nutzung für Presse und Blogs.

A huge guy with heavy glasses and a drop tuned electric guitar, a woman 10 feet tall, computer beats and synth basses. Post industrial beats, stoner bass loops, metal riffs and german lyrics. Guitars cannot be to loud, drum patterns never to stoical, bass licks never to dark, lyrics never to sealed.

Marco Trovatello – Info

During the nineties, Marco was a bass guitarist with various indie rock bands. In early 2000, he began producing electronic or respectively electroacoustic instrumental music as Schmitz & Niebuhr. The duo released one EP and one album, the latter here at Der kleine Grüne Würfel. [more]

Svann E. Langguth – Info

Svann E. Langguth

Svann E. Langguth, born 1966 in Talence.
PhD in Malaiologie and dilettante in elektroacustic.
Member of the Therapeutischen Hörgruppe Köln and active participant of the Drehkommando.

Erich Schall – Info

Erich Schall

He produced his first sound, when he hit his empty puuding-cup with a spoon. For a while, he left this first attempt as this. After some brawls at different institutions of education he sold his “von und zu”. With that money he went to a pawnshop in Mito and bought his first automatic keyboard. [more]




The following artist are no longer actively contibuting to der kleine grüne Würfel. Some of them have founded new projects (e.g. Das Blaue Monster or Schmitz & Niebuhr), some of them have left the music completly behind and have turned to different professions.

Schmitz & Niebuhr – Info

Schmitz & Niebuhr are Bernd Wilberg and Marco Trovatello from Cologne, Germany. They started their first band in 1988 and played in various projects since then. In 2000 they began producing music as Schmitz & Niebuhr. Schmitz & Niebuhr are interested in ambitious, large pop music as well as in minimal music, soundtracks and lo-fi sounddesign. The live-setup ranges from small electro-acoustic duo to full band sets with b/g/dr + electronics.