After Recordings featuring ATB – Episode 6
André Tanneberger or ATB was born in 1973 in Freilberg, Germany. His experience with music started in 1992. He chose to make music, in spite of the fact that he just had an Amiga PC and a little synthesizer. The poor “hardware park” didn’t stop the nineteen-year-old by any means – in actuality – it invigorated his creative mind considerably more …
ATB is still emphatically connected with the Tarm Center in Bochum – an extraordinary disco where he met Thomas Kukula. The main major ATB project was Sequential One. He released his first single in 1993, essentially titled “Move”. The following one didn’t need to stand by long – “Let Me Hear U”, “Glad Feelings” and “Back To Unity” caused the industry to notice the youthful DJ and producer.
Two years after the arrival of Dance, Tanneberger left Rough Trade for Dance Street/Housenation. He recorded with the stars like Woody Van Eyden or Spacekid. Simultaneously, Andre started converses with one of the main dance labels in Germany – Hamburg’s Kontor Records. Participation with her brought about the making of melodic and hit recordings.
1998 was the time of ATB – the hit of “9PM: Till I Come” Andre moved to the highest point of most European charts. “9PM: Till I Come” was the most bought and played in the clubs that year. You didn’t need to stand by long for the following hits – “Don’t Stop” was one ofthe best-sellers in Europe.
Achievement urged the performer to release the whole collection. The “Movin Melodies” album was released in May 1999 and had a great succes. André’s next collection was the “Two Worlds” collection, to which he welcomed the enormous names of the music scene. ATB’s fourth collection “Dependent on Music” was released in 2003. It is from this collection that the hit “I Don’t Wanna Stop” originates from.
In May 2004, the album “No Silence” releases. The collection incorporated the hit “Marrakech” and 12 new songs.
After a year, the artist introduced another collection – “Seven Years”, which is an outline of seven years of movement as ATB. The collection incorporates ATB’s most noteworthy hits, including “9 P.M (Till I Come)”, which bested the English rundown, and six new melodies. “Seven Years” was likewise released in a constrained form with a reward DVD. All ATB music recordings (13 altogether) were found on it. The collection was advanced by the tune “Have confidence In Me”.
Toward the beginning of May 2009, the artist releases the “Future Memories” longplay. After two years, another ATB collection, “Distans Earth”, showed up on store racks.