Tied & Tickled Trio

Tied & Tickled Trio

Jazz Electronic Electronica Acid Jazz Morr Music
Tied & Tickled Trio is surprisingly a quartet, based in Munich and Berlin. It started off as a drum duo project but has turned into a rather complex music approach, as it fuses dub electronica with jazzy elements, and occasionally, with the help of various saxophone- and trumpet players, breaks into climaxes that can rather be defined as post-rock meeting jazz. The group has released the albums EA1 EA2 and Observing Systems and some EPs on the record label Morr Music. Band members:
Ulrich Wangenheim (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) More Info »

Top Albums

  • Observing Systems
    Observing Systems
  • Aelita (official morr music upload)
    Aelita (official morr music upload)
  • Tied & Tickled Trio
    Tied & Tickled Trio
  • EA1 EA2
    EA1 EA2
  • observing systems (official morr music upload)
    observing systems (official morr music upload)
  • Ea1 Ea2 Rmx
    Ea1 Ea2 Rmx
  • Electric Avenue Tapes
    Electric Avenue Tapes
  • A.R.C.
    A.R.C.
  • s/t (official morr music upload)
    s/t (official morr music upload)

Tied & Tickled Trio. Artist Bio

Tied & Tickled Trio is surprisingly a quartet, based in Munich and Berlin. It started off as a drum duo project but has turned into a rather complex music approach, as it fuses dub electronica with jazzy elements, and occasionally, with the help of various saxophone- and trumpet players, breaks into climaxes that can rather be defined as post-rock meeting jazz. The group has released the albums EA1 EA2 and Observing Systems and some EPs on the record label Morr Music.

Band members:
Ulrich Wangenheim (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute)
Johannes Enders (tenor saxophone, flute, keyboards)
Micha Acher (bass, trumpet, trombone, keyboards, organ)
Markus Acher (drums, keyboards, percussion)
Andreas Gerth (electronic, delays)
Christoph Brandner (electronic drums)
Robert Klinger (bass)


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