Drummoyne, New South Wales, AUS

Hinterlandt is a German-Australian solo act playing long compositions encompassing raw energy, beautiful harmonies, complex rhythms, fragile ambiences, alarming noise, and silence. Using a variety of instruments, Hinterlandt is not afraid of covering a vast range of styles and sounds.


Hinterlandt is a German-Australian solo outfit playing long compositions encompassing raw energy, beautiful harmonies, complex rhythms, fragile ambiences, alarming noise, and silence. Using a variety of instruments, Hinterlandt is not afraid of radically changing territory while carefully avoiding genre-hopping. Hinterlandt has taken on many guises and constantly changes shape and colour. Hinterlandt has played in places such as Helsinki, Sydney, London, Cologne, Rome, Amsterdam, Melbourne, Lisbon, Berlin, and many others. Ten albums have been released on nine small labels in five countries.


Hinterlandt: “All Things Considered” USB Stick
2009 Hinterlandt Germany – All Things Considered displays the Gebhard/Voigt/Gutsch trio in full swing. This one is a bit of a rock animal, spiced up with some dub, some trumpet, and lots of guitar feedback. It’s loud, but it’s never boring.

Hinterlandt: “Automatic Teller Machine” CD
2006 Sopot Records Germany – The pop song spirit is in full bloom on this one. Friendly melodies are spun into a web of uncommon additives, making up eight little gems between guitar-based songwriting and electronic production.

Hinterlandt: “No Fixed Address” CDR
2006 Neus318 Japan – Evolving from its experimental background, Hinterlandt is clearly opening its doors to the pop song format. Guitars and vocals feature more prominently, at times it’s almost singer-songwriter stuff.

Hinterlandt: “New Belief System” CD
2004 Alias Frequencies Australia – Landmark record offering mostly electronic tracks with some hand-played instruments thrown in for good measure. Driving beats, unusual sounds, some harmonies, and an XTC cover song.

Hinterlandt / Zu / Can Can Heads: “Eccentrics#1? Split CD
2004 Tenzenmen Australia – CD featuring ca. 20 minutes each from Hinterlandt, Italy’s free-jazz-rockers Zu, and Finland’s Beefheart-meets-Flipper noisepunks Can Can Heads. Hinterlandt goes very rough and angry here.

Hinterlandt: “Poprekordt” CDR
2004 Dhyana Records Germany – First release to contain more conventional instruments, melodies, harmonies and rhythms. Still, all tracks are over 13 mintes. For some reason, the critics really loved this album.

Hinterlandt: “The Power Of Del te” CDR
2004 Grain Of Sound Portugal – Ultra-minimalist 43+ minute piece based on tiny sound bits and accidental noises. The spaces in between events outweigh the events themselves. Easily Hinterlandt’s most experimental output to date.

Hinterlandt and Karri O.: “Sitting, Going Places” CD
2003 Abflug Records Finland – Four tracks in 45 minutes, describing mind motions on long-distance flights. An ambient collage type style is balanced with electro-dance music. Includes a video by Fininsh minimal techno artist Karri O.

Hinterlandt: “Bo Cheng Hu” CDR
2003 CUE Records Japan – One monstrous 42+ minute composition that ventures from melancholy piano sound collage techinques via disturbing beats and electro-accoustic passages to long sections of pure, serious noise.

Hinterlandt: “Traumdeutung” CDR
2003 CUE Records Japan – Five weird and dreamy sound scapes in about 26 minutes. Psychedelic neo-digital rides through analogue cafes and cut-up markets. Early work in rough sound.

”Artless Armchair” CD 2010 Lesstalk Records Australia
Hinterlandt, Jess Locke, Origami Girls, Michael Crafter, Aktion Unit, etc.
?”Raketetapete” CD 2007 Parapop Records Germany
Hinterlandt, Wechsel Garland, Japanther, Harald “Sack” Ziegler, etc.
“Alpenglühen” CDR 2007 Dhyana Records Germany
Hinterlandt, Pit Przygodda, Reebosound, Ilse Lau, The Trashlords, etc.
“Drugi Disco” CDR 2004 Dhyana Records Germany
Hinterlandt, Panzerboy666, Pit, Jean Bach, Gerald Fiebig, Boozle Bam, etc.
“Acid Fake” CDR 2003 Acid Fake Records Macedonia
Hinterlandt, Andrew Duke, Goose, Phil Thomson, Every Kid On Speed, etc.
“Comeco” CDR 2002 Dhyana Records Germany
Hinterlandt, Die Grenzlandreiter, V., Sputnik Booster, Jugendstil, etc.

Set List

Migration (25 minutes)
Motion (09 minutes)
Movement (14 Minutes)