Since more than 20 years Martin Eyerer travels heavily around the globe as a dj and producer. His more than 100 releases on the hottest labels like Rennaissance, Buzzin Fly, Great Stuff, Boxer, Audiomatique or logically on his own imprint Kling Klong are bought and played on continents from Australia, Asia to North and South America and of course Europe. Countless sales and other chart positionings as well as media feedback prove that impressively.
As a producer Martin has something to show as well: Gold Albums in UK and Australia and a top 3 US Billboard chart ranking have a great effect here. As a mixing and mastering engineer Martin runs a respectable analog studio since 15 years, which has an established standing specially in the electronic music scene. Among his clients are labels and artists like Mobilee, Watergate Recs, Terminal M, Keine Musik, Stil Vor Talent, Break New Soil, Pan-Pot, Oliver Koletzki, Wankelmut and many more.
After moving from Stuttgart to Berlin in August 2012 Martin and his partners Jade Soaid and Tassilo Ippenberger opened together the Riverside Studios – a 1000 m² complex in the heart of Berlin. With direct river view and the neighborhood to clubs like Bergahin, Watergate, Kater Holzig, Tresor or Weekend it became one of the hotspots of Berlin‘s music scene. Tennants of its 15 studios like Booka Shade, Pan-Pot, Tobi Neumann, Sante, Florian Meindl, Stephan Hinz, Alex Flatner and a few film composers make this complex that special and successful. Of course Martin has his space there, too. On 100 m² he brought his studio to the next level. The restauration of his legendary Amek M 3000 Console that was formerly owned by Pink Floyd in the seventies completed it surely.
By the end of 2013 Martin Eyerer starts to work on his 3rd longplayer including interesting and already confirmed cooperations with Marc Romboy, Gui Boratto, Sante, Robert Babicz, Namito, Anja Schneider, Chopstick and Ruede Hagelstein.