electronic music directory

Editor: Joerg   This is an English edition only
(unless other stated)


   This Web site is dedicated to the wonderful realm of electronic music and intends to inform about artists of electronic music (e-m) and e-m in general. This is done either by linking to distant sites or -and that's what I am trying to set up- by providing own texts. If you would like to know what electronic music the way I understand is have a look at this site's FAQ, please.

   Since it is my purpose to inform the interested people about the artists I am trying to provide an index that is as complete as possible.

   If possible, the artists portraits that I created contain a complete listing of all works done so far.


   There are always some questions left to a site. Here you will get first aid: the "obligatory" collection of frequently asked questions (FAQ) about this site.

     =>  Visit the FAQ 

Link to this Web site

   If you think this is a good site and if you would like to support electronic music then feel free to link to my Web site. Have a look at the FAQ to get to know how to get a logo with an appropriate link. Thank you!

   Please, also visit a partner site of mine caring a lot about electronic music too:

SynGate (former platform of KLEM - Kontakt Liefhebbers Electronische Muziek - Club for Lovers of Electronic Music)


   Visit this index:

=> The alphabetical index: (357 links)
Alphabetical order of links to the music artists' info including my info.
Though there are quite a few links here I don't pursue the habit of collecting "tons of links" for it's much more important to have good and working links than a huge list of them.

YOU can act too

   As you can see, the content of this page is my opinion (unless other stated). Do you have any suggestions, additions or corrections to this site?
   Please, don't hesitate to
     =>  contact me
(English, German and Dutch welcomed and if I try French should also work. . .).

Please note

   The Internet is an ever changing media. Thus, Web pages existing today can cease to exist tomorrow. Webmasters therefore should pay attention to either forward from the previous Web page to the new location for a certain period of time (best about a year!), or make it possible for the visitor to trace the new location on his own.

   If you see a link on my Web pages that does not exist anymore (most often returning a 404 Error - page does not exist), please:

  1. Change the Web address in the browser's Web address field from
       http://www.something.com/directory/page.html to
    If that works there might be a hint to the new Web page name.
  2. If that does not work try to go up step by step until you reach the Web servers root directory
  3. If that still does not bring up the required page, use a search engine. E. g. try an exact search such as:
       +electronic +music +directory
    which means "only look for those pages containing the words electronic, music, and directory".
    Though entering
       "electronic music directory"
    (including the quotes "") return those Web pages with the exact phrase "electronic music directory".
    The search results may be different. Test the first and the second example.
  4. Remember, it's not easy to keep an eye on every Web link included here.
    If a link appears to be obsolete or defunct please let me know.
    I will fix it as soon as possible. But please note, I create these Web pages on my own with no profit.

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Well, that's why I'm bringing some colour to this page with this logo:

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