About Felix Kubin
Felix Kubin, whose real name is Felix Knoth, is a German musician, composer and radio playwright. He runs the record label Gagarin Records.
In 1981, as a twelve-year-old, he already recorded his first own pieces with synthesizer, organ, voice and drum computer. From 1983 he performed live together with Stefan Mohr under the name Die Egozentrischen 2.
In the 1990s Kubin began to experiment with music made of sounds and released several albums with his band Klangkrieg. From 1992 to 1994 he was a member of the dada-communist singing group Liedertafel Margot Honecker. Simultaneously with the founding of his record label Gagarin Records in 1998, he turned back to avant-garde pop. In the years that followed, he expanded his artistic spectrum with lecture performances and contemporary compositions for chamber orchestra and electronics.
In addition to numerous record releases, workshops and lectures in Germany and abroad, Felix Kubin has written music for films and theater productions. He has also performed at over 80 international music and media art festivals, including Sónar, Mutek, Incubate, Wien Modern and Ars Electronica.