Hinter den Kulissen von Doktor-Kaete verbirgt sich ein hochkarätiger Musiker der Trance-Musik!

Julian war über Weihnachten 2014 nach Frankreich  gefahren um sich von der französischen Küche mal wieder so richtig verwöhnen zu lassen. Julian hatte für Doktor Kaete schon den „Einschlafengel“ und den „Inneren Garten“ komponiert und kam mit völlig neuen Ideen für unsere Trance Musik aus Frankreich zurück. Julian schrieb mich heute Morgen auf Facebook an:

„Hey Frank I have new stuff for U“

Das wollte ich nicht länger vorenthalten und habe mich gleich an diesen Beitrag gemacht, um seine neuen Ideen hier vorzustellen. Ich wollte bei der Gelegenheit auch gleich mal hören, wie ihr seine neuen Trance Sound-Track Ideen für die etwas älteren Kinder (natürlich auch für euch) findet.

Die Trance – Musik ist spaceig-modern, bewusst abseits von Struwwelpeter Geschichten und basiert auf einer von Julian speziell für uns entwickelten Braintune-Methode. Das heißt durch die leicht unterschiedlich verschobene linke und rechte Spur muss sich das Gehirn ein wenig mehr anstrengen als normal und in der Anstrengung entsteht das ganz Eigentümliche, nämlich die Tiefenentspannung.

Tiefenentspannung bewirkt, dass wir mit dem Unbewussten besser arbeiten können!

Bitte hört es euch mit euren Kindern am besten mit Kopfhörer an und hinterlasst einen Kommentar unten und teilt uns eure Meinungen, Ideen und insbesondere die Meinungen eurer Kinder mit. Vielen Dank!

Experimente:

Ich wollte euch den Julian kurz vorstellen, leider war seine Vita nur in englisch verfügbar, aber ich dachte um schnell zu sein – das geht auch erst mal in englisch.

About: Julian Avril Logvinenko

Julian Avril Logvinenko
Julian Avril Logvinenko

Julian was born in France in December 1975 to a mother that worked as a dancer and a comedian and musician father. Raised in the south of France in Marseille and Avignon, in a family where music, especially classical, was at the centre of everyday life. He started his musical education at the age of 7 with private classic piano lessons until age 14 , then he went to Jazz piano lessons with composer and conductor Benjamin Hohagen.

At the age of 13, Julian received his first guitar and after hearing David Gilmour of Pink Floyd for the first time, decided to learn as much as possible on the guitar. At first self taught, he later took on private lessons with a metal instructor. A few years later he was integrated into the Jazz section of the class of Jazz guitarist Remi Charmasson in the National Music Conservatory of Avignon.

During high school, Julian experimented a lot with effects, sound landscapes and electronic music.
With his friend and partner Regis Martinez, synthesizer and keyboard player, he formed a Pink Floyd cover band, performing a 3 hours program covering all the aspects and periods of the legendary band’s wide repertoire. A few years later they formed the duo „Planete Sauvage“ (from R. Laloux animation movie „La Planete Sauvage“) conceived as a mix of experimental music, progressive rock and sampling music. Julian was then known as Uzziel, and his partner as Kassiel.
Today Planete Sauvage is still active and has released 8 albums

Along with music and guitar, Julian started an education in ballet and modern dance at the age of 18 in the conservatory of Avignon, in Montpellier, and in the national school of Marseille. In 2001 he launched a career that led him to Berlin in 2001 where he had the great opportunity to work with many choreographers from all over the World at both Komische Oper Berlin and Deutsche Oper Berlin.

For several years he worked as a professional dancer, but music and guitar remained his first love. In 2005 Julian started to produce tracks with choreographers from Cyprus, France, and Germany. He was re-booting his guitar playing activities performing as lead guitar player with Berlin based bands such as The Moan Brothers, Alien Motors Factory, The French Connection, St!ll Crazy, The Chicken Hunters and SubMasters.

In 2009 at the Meinl Guitar Festival Julian participated in the „Alien Guitar Secrets“ guitar master class from no less than Mr. Steve Vai, also one of his greatest mentors and influences.

In 2012 Planete Sauvage released Julian’s (Uzziel) first solo album, the epic „Exode“

In 2013 Julian created his own brand and starts the band J.A.L , an extensible powerful Rock trio with Chris Tone on the Drums and Hartwig Nickola on the Bass, and many guest artists such as Tom Petersen (Drums and Percussions), Andy Hoyer (Keyboards) and musicians from the oriental music scene such as Engin Isik (Baglama) and Aydin Akay (Kaval)

In 2014 Julian got to meet his mentor again and participated in Steve Vai’s master classes in Berlin and Vienna.
Julian is now living and working in Berlin and he is one of the most appreciated guitarists of the Berliner Rock music scene.

Frank Liborius Hellweg
Beitrag von: Frank Liborius Hellweg Foto: Andreas Fack

Planete Sauvage – 8 albums – Exode – photo: ©David Nassim

 

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