Release-Paarty!! Thomekk “Kleine Hoehle auf dem Berg”

Well, it took lots of work & now it’s finished:

The 1st CD by Thomekk – Kleine Höhle auf dem Berg

Here you can hear a preview of all the 19 Album-Tracks. Enjoy Thomekk’s world, greets by the monster:


Hopefully you had snourfigeous fun listening to the snippets, guys ‘n girls 😉

You can find out more about the CD by reading Mello’s “Kleine Hoehle” Track comments (sorry, right now in german only) plus a “cool” Mellologe on Thomekk’s way of working things in music here (with three album-tracks for free download!)

Early unmastered versions of “Bob has gone” & “Grausamer Sommer” are still avaiable for free download there

If you like the music please order “Kleine Hoehle auf dem Berg” (50 min. total) here

FahrscheinGefahr Mini-Album soon!

Although FahrscheinGefahr (the project with female deep voiced singer Kerstin Bohlin and Thomas Kallweit on production) isn’t continued anymore (perhaps it will, but who knows),
I decided that it would be a good thing to give the world some music and infos about this.
We have a Mini-CD ready, which will be released in the next months of 2007, possibly as a free download.

FahrscheinGefahr live

So for now, please have a look at:

Tired – a 3 continent Collab

Be warned:
This one is slow, countrylike and kitsch!
Best would have been if Johnny Cash would have sung it, but… hm, me sang 😉

The best of all: I got a little big help from my friends S.Hush and Watto! Thanks so much, guys for the lovely additions
So I’m lucky to announce that this is the first 3continent-collab I have been part of (Europe, America, Australia)!!


vocals, acoustic guitar
S.Hush: backing vocals, tremolo guitar, flute, strings
Watto: Piano, Rhodes

Seen – Collab Thomekk/Watto

This is a online-collab I did together with the great singer Simon Watson (“Watto”) from Brisbane, Australia. I’m more than happy with the result 😉

“Seen was originally composed by Thomekk as a dark, brooding instrumental piece. Watto, after being asked to sing on it, was inspired to add a few things, take a few things away, add a few more things…and a collaboration was born.” (Watto)



Melusine wrote:
“This is one of this year’s highlights!”

christhomasscog wrote:
“I can hear the Radiohead influence and the Gorillaz influence and of course the thomekk influence. It’s a great track and I personally think that adding big booming drums to it would make it sound perhaps too much like some of the aforementioned acts, although it would make it a bit more commercial. I for one would pay money for this though, it’s haunting and different.”

Runagate wrote:
“Genius pop. Please consider revolutionizing pop so that the bar is set this high for all future generations. I’d appreciate it.”