released May 1, 2020
A Pompous Whimsy Peak is the fifth Creative Commons licensed studio album by Spiedkiks. It was produced and recorded on and off between January and April
Originally intended to be a dusty downbeat record to celebrate, in combination with the fourth studio album Super Constellation (Oct. 19), our 10th anniversary, the
recording took place at Spiedkiks’ home studio in Cologne, Germany.
released October 3, 2019
Spiedkiks are back with their new 10th anniversary studio album Super Constellation. Not an artistic venture but this time we tried to put all our ideas within (max.) 60 seconds to create maybe the or one of the shortest cc albums so far. The entire album covers 15 songs and yep 14:46 minutes. Recorded 2019 @ home.
released February 24, 2017
Breaking three years of silence, Spiedkiks returns with their third full length studio album Rooftop Hacky Sack. As with their previous albums, the duo has gathered a bunch of friends to add their musical talents to the mix. So this time we recorded on and off between 2014 and 2016 in living rooms, basements, bathrooms and studios in Cologne and Stuttgart, using a computer and a SM57 mic. You can find the slowest, fastest and shortest track we ever made, the first tracks without drums we’ve ever made, an abruptly stopping track, our first track in three-quarter time and much more. What we finally had in mind was just “Do your thing”, as simple as that.
released September 18, 2014
from Friends & Family 3 by Cult Classic Records
released March 12, 2014
Spiedkiks did it again! On their second album Little Smartphone People, the German duo gathered Big Beat, Breaks, Funk and Hip Hop. The variety in genres is due to the many guest musicians that met on Spiedkiks present album. It’s the great mix of analogue and electronic music (i.e. Moog, Trombone, Violin, Turntables) plus heavy vocals and drums that Spiedkiks combined alongside with Johannes Hehrmann, Justus Heher, Dominik Berlin, Mr. Goodbar, Kurt from Suso, Shazalakazoo and Jero Castella. In the first place, we planned to release a downtempo album, but skipped that idea pretty fast. It took us five months and we worked in three different studios, in order to put our final touches on Little Smartphone People.
released May 8, 2013
This album is loaded with Big Beat, Funk, Boogie, HipHop, heavy Scratching and some other extraordinary soundings too.
Seven songs in 42 minutes.
The final one is a 13 minutes suite consisting of ten songs.
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