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Kees Aerts

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 Nov 1 2006
I've given a lot of my archive music (tapes and cassettes) to Ron Boots. He will check if it contains music that's suited for release.
 Jul 1 2006
I composed a complete new solo track called 'Branch Hopping'. It's for the sampler Analogy vol.2 which will be released in September. Beside this track I'm also working on some other new songs.
Your track on ANALOGY v.2 is a wonderful piece of music. It has a nice melody to it with a great mixture of analog sounds! Thanks for sharing that piece of music! (Craig Padilla)
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 Jun 1 2005
Together with Harold van der Heijden and Ron Boots I did some live performances on June 11 en 12th during the Fanta Magic Festival in Nieuwegein in The Netherlands. During that weekend a special cd-r was released called Fanta Magic 2005. The cd-r contains 2 live versions of released tracks but also 5 new tracks, all music from Ron Boots.

Photo by: Jaska Aerts
 May 1 2005
After many years I finally composed a complete new song! It's called 'Grey Keys' and it's a track for the upcoming sampler CD Analogy vol.1. The track is made with a few analog synths because that's the 'theme' of the compilation. Here's a reaction:
The track is really a smooth cool ride. It has a great groove that I want to float on forever. Really good minimalism is about balancing weaving new elements into the steady hypnotic ones and you've done that here very nicely. The drums were very well done... somewhere between Jarre accessibile tones and Schulzian organic rhythm qualities... and I am notoriously hard to please when it comes to drum machines in EM. I enjoy the counterpoint / polyrhythms in the bubbling sequence.
Well done! (Paul Ellis)
 Feb 1 2005
I did an interview with Karl Bartos (ex-Kraftwerk) for E-dition Magazine. It was great to meet an ex-member of one of my favorite bands. Karl is a very nice guy and we talked for hours about everything and nothing.
Photo by: Menno Von Brucken Fock