He gives more breathing room to Om Buschman's "Hey Tata Gorem" while adding to its psychedelic allure. It's a fitting closer for a collection that finds Schulte shining a light on German music with a global outlook. Published, Thu, 11 May 2017
Jan Schulte is Wolf Müller. Most of you know that. Jan has long been resident at Düsseldorf’s Salon Des Amateurs club and this is where I imagine many of these records found their home. Tropical Drum. is out soon on Music For Dreams with Jan’s Wolf Müller remixes of ‘The Orange Place’ out this Friday.
Tropical Drums of Deutschland. Cat No: zzzcd0106 Label: Music For Dreams Genre: ELECTRONIC. Tropical Drums of Deutschland. Copenhagen’s Music For Dreams comes with yet another strong release - a double album of personal favourites compiled by Jan Schulte. This is of no concern to Schulte however, who has unearthed many stunning examples of tropical drum music recorded there
With the compilation "Tropical Drums Of Deutschland" for Music For Dreams, Jan Schulte re-traces this path to its origins. Artist: Jan Schulte AKA Wolf Müller presents. Titel: Tropical Drums Of Deutschland. Label: Music For Dreams. Katalog-Nr: zzzv17003. Format: Vinyl 2LP, Vinyl, LP.
Much of the music on ‘Tropical Drums Of Deutschland’ came out on small imprints in the late '80s. Copenhagen’s Music For Dreams label comes with yet another amazing concept album compiled by Salon Des Amateurs resident Jan Schulte, aka Wolf Müller. Schulte has pulled together a collection of ‘tropical drum’ music made in and around Germany and says the compilation stems from a "general fascination for music that describes places where the artists have never been. Much of the music on ‘Tropical Drums Of Deutschland’ came out on small imprints in the late '80s. Label Music For Dreams. Featured in: Will B Albums of the Year 2018.
Schulte himself points to his general fascination for music that describes places where the artists have never been. Songs about the jungle or the rainforest made by people that know the rainforest only from television and books. Somehow I think you can hear their mythical imagination and fantasy in those tracks, he explains. We certainly hear it in the extensive use of wildlife samples on both Tagtraum Eines Elefanten by Argile and on Wuhan Wuchang by Total Art Of Percussion.