|2||Transist (feat. Wura Samba)||6:47|
|3||Tiny Cracks (feat. Max Turner, Sasha Perera & Amman Mushtaq)||4:30|
|5||Mindfields (feat. Signal Deluxe, Eviltapes & Daniel Goldaracena)||5:22|
|6||Higher (feat. Psykotek, Ammara Brown & Flexxo)||4:11|
|7||The Freakquencers Part 3 (feat. Abe Duque)||10:18|
|8||ChakachaMaasaiMbili (feat. Maasai Mbili & Oren Gerlitz)||3:57|
|10||Für Fred (feat. Uli Teichmann & Fred Britzger)||7:23|
Gebrüder Teichmann's third album, „Lost on Earth“, merges transcultural collaborations and electronic music between 90 and 130bpm. The album was recorded in a multitude of cities and countries including Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Nigeria, Kenya & Germany and features guest artists Abe Duque (NYC), Mc Psychotek (Bulawayo), Wura Samba (Lagos), Santiago Rodrigues & Signal Deluxe (Mexico City), Sasha Perera (Berlin), Max Turner (Noland) or the Kibera based art collective Masai Mbili. Crafted by jams and recording sessions round the globe, Lost On Earth captures the essence of a rough, pure and direct mix highlighting club, hip-hop, African influenced and deep tracks.
Brothers Andi & Hannes Teichmann, aka Gebrüder Teichmann, are electronic musicians, DJs and cultural activists, rooted in Berlin's techno underground and DIY-culture since the late nineties. The duo have performed at Berlin‘s premiere clubs including Berghain/Panorama Bar, WMF, Watergate, Bar25 and have hosted regular nights at Suicide Circus Berlin since 2009.
Over the years the brothers have collaborated with numerous artists across a variety of genres. Collaborations have included hip hop, contemporary, traditional and experimental music with collaborators including Ensemble Modern, Decoder Ensemble, Embryo, Joachim Irmler & Gudrun Gut, Foremost Poets, rRoxymore, Teknotika, Jahcoozi & Modeselektor or their father, multi-instrumentalist Ulrich Teichmann.
Andi and Hannes have put together several projects in cooperation with the Goethe-Institute, like TEN- CITIES, BLNRB & SOUNDCAMPs in Sri Lanka, Pakistan & Mexico, and established the intercultural electro ensembles KARACHI FILES (Pakistan/Europe), BLNRB (Nairobi/Berlin) & MONDMASCHINE (Mexican/Central America/Europe). With their label NOLAND they are compressing this diversity.
Their musical activities from DJing, giving workshops and playing live sets have taken them to over 60 countries as far as Afghanistan, Honduras, Sibiria or Angola.
Home in Berlin they've been curating several festivals, such as the „From Inside To Way Out“ at HAU Hebbel Am Ufer, the African Music Convention 2014 or parts of the WORLDTRONIC Festival at Haus der Kulturen der Welt.