Born: April 7, 1963 Primary Instrument: Composer/conductor
Burkhard Mahler: Ten years of independent Fusion
Burkhard Mahler has been working in Munich, Germany as an independent musician, composer and producer since 10 years, having released about 20 albums. He is playing guitar and keyboard.
Since the album “Junction 166” he works with singers and artists as there are: Renée R. Langer (vocals), David Seinsche (vocals, lyrics), Peter Schickling (guitars, saxophone), Franz Brunner (saxophone), Johnny Guitar (guitars, vocals), Ligita Zeile (vocals), Stephan Leitz(lyrics), Anabelle Lachatte (lead- and backingvocals, lyrics), just to mention a few.
Mahler wants to bring unusual music such as Fusion, Lounge-Ambient-Chillout and contemporary Classical stuff besides the mainstream to the people. Mahler looks upon music as art and communication: He creates author's music differentiating itself clearly from music, which is defined as a strategic consumer product.
Overall this release from Burkhard Mahler is his most marketable work yet. As the title suggests you will get the perfect balance between Chaos & Harmony. It has some truly impressive moments on it showcasing both worlds. Its strong suit is the rich sonic layering, amazing musical diversity and overall consistency of the music. I did not fail to notice many amazing industrial accents woven deep within the fabric of the music. Mahler displays some brilliant creativity here and has solid instincts when it comes to his production style. Burkhard Mahler is a brilliant composer and if you are a fan of all things ambient you should dive head first into “Chaos and Harmony” as soon as possible.
--Cyrus Rhodes, indiemusicdigest.com
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