Interview + Mixtape for CLOT-Magazine

CLOT Magazine is an online publishing platform dedicated to art/technology interactions and  experimental art forms. They aim to collect, display, and promote the crossover of art, with science and technology, with a focus on media theory, philosophy and cultural studies.

They feature developing and transgressive art movements by studying their creators and their lines of work, seeking trends and publishing compelling conversations with talented and inspiring innovators, while contextualising the appearance or existence of these new art forms to specific cultural and artistic frameworks.

On their mixtape series they are presenting the Bersarin Quartett, the solo project of German electronic musician Thomas Bücker. Its delicate selection includes film scores, gaming, and ambient tracks.

Thomas mentions he „combines many film scores, gaming, and ambient tracks that really impressed and inspired him: First, I sorted the individual tracks by key so they could be mixed together appropriately. Here and there, this even creates completely new soundscapes beyond the original. To present my current album a little more closely, I have interwoven four new Bersarin Quartett tracks!“

Read the full interview!