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Dyson Sphere Alpha

by Martin Stürtzer

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Listener-Part-Time Space Ambient is one of my favourite genres at the moment. This album is the very meaning of the name. Herr S. has been quietly producing some amazing output these years with my only discovering them recently. Wow! I own a few of them, but it won’t be long until I do the Discography lot! P.s I find the Stadt. Dortmund to be slightly more groovy than Wuppertal! But only by a Kronen Pilsner! Favorite track: Exosolar Coordinates.
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Hannah Celsius This album of Martin Stürtzer always gives me the sensation of being in the mountains. Like someone's blowing the horn in the near distance, it has this kind of pastoral ambient feel to it which i like, especially the first song. Also really like the duration of this album.
Gary Zaepfel
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Gary Zaepfel I happened upon Martin’s music a bit late in the game, but my goodness, it’s been a wonderful experience navigating his musical journeys. This release is one of my favorites.
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Televiper Wish I could get my Microfreak to sound like this. Top-shelf stuff, as always. Favorite track: Exosolar Coordinates.
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apgenner Martin is one of the finest composers of electronic music working today. This beautiful album stands alongside recent releases by Klaus Schulze, Neuland, SAW and Steve Roach at the top of the EM genre.
It's a long album too, so buy it and get your full money's worth! Favorite track: Exosolar Coordinates.
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thirstinhowl_iv New listener to your work and I just wanted to let you know how much I love it! Absolutely captivating! I feel a sense of influence from Kraftwerk, and I mean that in the best possible way.


Improvised with hardware synthesizers, the music for Dyson Sphere Alpha was recorded during livestream events in early October 2021 as part of Martin Stürtzer’s “Stay at Home” online concert series. Each track unfolds over time to create a hypnotic interplay of ambient soundscapes and Martin’s signature sequencer work.

Used equipment:
Access Virus TI
Arturia Microfreak
Eurorack Modular
Moog Matriarch
Moog Sub37
Oberheim Xpander
Roland Juno 60
Sequential Rev2
Waldorf M
Waldorf Iridium


released October 22, 2021

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered in 24Bit in October 2021.
Artwork by Erik Osvald

An Echo Elberfeld release


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Martin Stürtzer Wuppertal, Germany

Martin Stürtzer is a producer and live performer of Ambient, Dub Techno and Dark Ambient music from Wuppertal (Germany).

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