Kruder & DorfmeisterKruder & Dorfmeister
, named after Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister, is an Austrian
duo most known for their downtempo
remixes of pop
, and drum and bass
songs. Their remixes are often flavored with bossanova
sounds; some of their better-known works include remixes of Madonna
's "Nothing Really Matters," Depeche Mode
's "Useless," Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
's "1st of tha Month," and Roni Size
's "Heroes." Many of them are collected on the double album The K & D Sessions.
Kruder & Dorfmeister are less well-known for producing and recording their own tracks. Dorfmeister works with Rupert Huber under the name Tosca; Kruder has released a solo album under the name Peace Orchestra.
Kruder & Dorfmeister own their own record studio, G-Stone Records, which releases some of their own albums, as well as albums by Peace Orchestra, Dub Club, and Sugar B.