Sat, 20 Oct 2012 / Post a commentThe Uncanny Valley boss showcases the Dresden sound with previously released and forthcoming material from the house label making up his podcast for Trace a Line.
Mon, 10 Sep 2012 / Post a commentFresh from the release of his debut album, the Dresden-based producer tells teshno why collaboration is such an important part of his creative process.
Wed, 29 Aug 2012 / 48 CommentsSan Soda, Cuthead, Christopher Rau and many others feature on the young Dresden producer's You & Me, an 11-track exercise in modern house music that will see a release through Uncanny Valley next week. More ›
Tue, 12 Jun 2012 / 3 CommentsAs he prepares to release his debut artist album on Uncanny Valley, the Dresden house producer invites Slices into his studio, offering an insight into his production process. More ›
|Aliases / ||graNuFunk, Sket, Jacob Grain|
|Jacob Korn from Dresden, Germany was born in the early 80's. His sound is influenced by Kraftwerk and the sound of 90's techno and house music. He has been producing electronic music of different flavours for what seems like an eternity. Early on in his career he combined Hip Hop and Techno with elements of Jazz and weird electronics under the Granufunk moniker.|
Once he turned his attention to more classical but versatile house and techno stylings he chose to go by his given name. Jacob Korn continually experiments in new recordingstyles and production techniques, while developing his own music tools for cross mediaarts and interactive performances.
He played live in clubs and at festivals in Japan (Ageha-Tokyo, Triangle-Osaka), Chile (Mutek-Santiago), Uruguay (Soco-Montevideo), Cana..
|On the internet|
|RA DJ Page / ||residentadvisor.net/dj/jacobkorn|
|Website / ||www.jacobkorn.de|
|Discogs / ||discogs.com/artist/jacob+korn|
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