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Calaminus is a non-profit one-man-project from Stuttgart/Germany with the aim to produce groove-orientated instrumental music with the focus on genres like Funk, Fusion, (Acid/Nu)Jazz and Groove Pop, spiced with some ethnic influences of the worlds music sometimes.

It started 2003 after a decade as a Singer/Songwriter on guitars & vocals and some bandwork. Since then I mainly work with sequencing, plug-ins, keys, samples and loops. Nearly everything you hear is sequenced (MIDI), but it should sound band-like.

As Calaminus I also released 4 albums which can be downloaded for FREE as well:


Filet de Fonque (2010)


On the Trail (2012)


Grooveyard (2013)


To Another Place (2014)


These albums and all Calaminus music works are available for free under Creative Common Licence (CC-NC-ND), self-produced and strictly for non-commercial use!

For more infos and music (downloads) visit the following sites:


[email protected]


Calaminus Multigenre Side Project “Quipmusic”

Gear

One PC, several sequencers, many plug-ins, some guitars, a keyboard, a little bit of creativity, a bunch of samples'n' loops, the groove, a spice of jazz, a spoon of funk and the love for MUSIC.


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Album To Another Place (Free Download) by Calaminus

To Another Place...

Self Produced
2014

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Album Grooveyard by Calaminus

Grooveyard

Self Produced
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Album On The Trail by Calaminus

On The Trail

Self Produced
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The Road to Groove

The Road to Groove

Calaminus
Grooveyard

Jiggle

Jiggle

Calaminus
On The Trail

Filet de Fonque

Filet de Fonque

Calaminus
Filet de Fonque

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