1 (00:00:00 – 00:05:38) Octal Industries Borg Tekin Octal Industries – Our Seasons (Album) Vertex Recordings
2 (00:03:53 – 00:12:17) Deep Space Network meets Higher Intelligence Agency Majoun Source Records
3 (00:09:16 – 00:17:23) Sieg Über Die Sonne Produkt Des Lichtes Sieg Über Die Sonne – Sieg Über Die Sonne (Album) Dance Pool
4 (00:15:58 – 00:21:02) Luke Vibert I Love Acid Luke Vibert – Yoseph (Album) Warp Records
5 (00:19:27 – 00:24:50) Speedy J R2 D2 Speedy J – Ginger (Album) Beam Me Up!
6 (00:23:43 – 00:27:50) Min-Y-Llan I Feel For You (Ochre Remix) Min-Y-Llan – A Distant Rainbow Rereleased (Album) Touched Music
7 (00:27:16 – 00:33:23) Kettel The Koi Kettel – Wingtip (Album) Djak-Up-Bitch
8 (00:32:28 – 00:38:25) Armec Etheral Various artists – Cygnus Loop (EP Compilation) Nebulae Records
9 (00:37:49 – 00:43:10) Sound Synthesis Octagon Sound Synthesis – IC4406 (EP) Nebulae Records
10 (00:42:13 – 00:48:07) RAC Electro Fish RAC – Diversions (Album) Warp Records
11 (00:46:58 – 00:50:46) Karl Marx Acid Northern Lights MOA036 Moatun Acid Vol. 4 (7″ Compilation) MÓATUN7
12 (00:50:02 – 00:56:45) Drøn Eve Shores Drøn – Eve Shores (EP) Mikrolux
13 (00:55:38 – 01:02:00) Karsten Pflum Earthday (John Tejada Remix) Karsten Pflum – Revealed (EP) Touched Revolutions
14 (01:01:03 – 01:07:22) Cell Engine The World’s End Cell Engine – Cell Engine (EP) Shameless Toady
15 (01:06:40 – 01:09:40) Rhys Celeste Untitled 66 Rhys Celeste – Microlith (Album) Fundamental Records
16 (01:09:25 – 01:13:35) Daed Reckoning Daed – Coordinate (EP) Analogical Force
During his youth german Ingo Zobel developed a deep passion for electronic music, which was further reinforced by his affection for computer technology.
He eventually started going into clubs, intrigued by the mixing skills of the DJ’s. In the late eighties he got into collecting all sorts of electronic music as well as recording mix tapes for his friends. A few years later in 1993 he started building a home studio for electronic music and began composing his own tunes.
Between 1996 and 1997 he and some of his friends organised several underground parties under the name “Spaced Out Club”, him being the DJ and playing a wild mix of IDM, Braindance, Acid, Breakbeat, House and Techno. During that time he also founded the electronica band “Drøn” with his friends Christoph Abert and Frederik Dahlke, which is his main music project since then.
From 1998 until 1999 he played several guest DJ sets at the “Orbital Jazz Club”, which took place at the then quite famous german underground club “Cafe Kesselhaus” in Darmstadt.
In 1999 his career as a musician took shape, when Drøn was signed by the internationally known label Elektrolux, followed by the release of several albums and compilation tracks. Some of their music was featured on the german television programs “Space Night” and “Flow Motion”. Drøn also played a 3 hour DJ set for the german HR-XXL Chillout radio program.
Since then he has released music under the names Drøn, Signalform (a Drøn side project), Self Oscillate (his solo imprint), Interconnected (a collaboration with Bakis Sirros of Parallel Worlds) and Datasette (a collaboration with Christoph Soehngen, not to be confused with John Davies’ project Datassette). He worked together with lots of different labels in the past, more recently he released music on the labels Touched Music, Touched Electronix, Furthur Electronix, Mighty Force, Moatun7, Intellitronic Bubble, Neotantra, Neo Ouija and Fantasy Enhancing. Counting all collaborations and solo work, he has released a total of 13 albums and appeared on more than 25 compilations so far.