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Oskar Schuster's purely instrumental music is at times reminiscent of Amélie, evoking an atmosphere that reminds one of France, Paris, Valses and musette music. Several times referred to as "the german Yann Tiersen", his music is still very distinct, arising from a mixture of various influences including experimental electronic music (Aphex Twin, Pogo), the minimalist folk-pop of Beirut, the ethereal and mystical sounds of Sigur Rós as well as classical piano music by Robert Schumann and Frédéric Chopin. As a true self-made artist, he not only plays almost all the instruments and produces the music by himself, but also designs the artwork by himself.

Schuster's music takes the listener into a world of its own. The soft, muted sound of an old piano mixes with the noises of just as old typewriters, analogue cameras and radios while in the distance you hear a music box playing and a synthesizer creaking. However, Oskar Schuster does not merely fiddle with interesting sounds and noises but creates clearly structured pieces with catchy melodies. Melodies you seem to remember from early childhood days or long-forgotten dreams, at the same time sad and joyful, euphoric and exuberant, nostalgic, thought-provoking and always kind of melancholic.

Oskar Schuster   Oskar Schuster, Berlin, Germany

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  • Fjarlægur Artwork

    Fjarlægur

    Oskar Schuster on March 19, 2014 11:30
  • Sneeuwland Artwork

    Sneeuwland

    Oskar Schuster on March 19, 2014 11:30
  • Matilda (live version) Artwork

    Matilda (live version)

    Oskar Schuster on December 20, 2013 17:41
  • Les Sablons (piano solo version) Artwork

    Les Sablons (piano solo version)

    Oskar Schuster on March 14, 2012 11:45
  • Oskar Schuster feat. Possimiste - Stjernen Artwork

    Oskar Schuster feat. Possimiste - Stjernen

    Oskar Schuster on May 21, 2013 12:45

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