After Remy Stroomer and Michel van Osenbruggen first met at the E-live festival in 2007 and several other electronic music events, it soon became clear that they had a common interest in synthesizers as well as the music of Jean Michel Jarre. Both were influenced by him, but Remy's and Michel's styles evolved in different directions.
Eventually during one of Remy and Michel's dinners it was decided that it would be cool to make some music together or at least give it a try.
So they started doing some studio sessions and found out that their approaches were completely different. Remy started yelling musical terms and Michel had no idea what he was talking about.
Where Michel can’t even read notes, Remy is classically schooled. In the end it became clear that there shouldn’t be talked too much and should just listen to each other and improvise.
That turned out to be a good idea and in the end both made a lot of useful material. During this process Remy and Michel became good friends and you can clearly hear that back on the album.
Their album "PrimiTives" is a good mixture of both of Remy's and Michel's styles with music they wouldn’t have created on their own.

REMY & SYNTH.NL - PrimiTiveS (2013)



1. Underground Tubes - 12'21
2. Traffic Cones - 7'28
3. Ancient Pyramids - 7'05
4. Liquid Spheres - 6'29
5. Fractured Splines - 7'17
6. Crashing Toroids - 5'45
7. Paper Planes - 6'58
8. Frozen Cubes - 5'21
9. Burning Cylinders - 12'31