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Sometimes the best inspiration is found on the journey, in the spaces and time between places. We’re all shaped by experience – where we’ve been and what we’ve seen. Electronic music producer and remixer to the stars, Ron Flieger taps into that experience as the source of his passion and creativity. Wherever he has been based, German born, London educated, Ron Flieger has been immersed in music. Influenced in his youth by the guitar-led indie sounds of the UK, Flieger is now based back in his hometown of Berlin, where he is inspired by the scope and freedom of the city’s dance music scene. Flieger has made this clash of space and time and culture and experience his own. We watch as he travels between London and Berlin in the course of his musical journey, and on the search of the creative spark.
A renowned singer and songwriter in his own right, Flieger’s career explosion occurred after a meeting with Foster The People at a show in Berlin. The band’s 21st Century indie and his rhythmic virtuosity combined to create an infectious remix of ‘Call It What You Want’. The list of official remixes he’s crafted since reads like a who’s who of the decade’s coolest. Ladyhawke, Crystal Fighters, Metric. Flieger’s biggest goal with any work, regardless of genre or style is to build a “Trojan Horse”, a tune that seems one thing on the surface but that has an unexpected way of working its way into the listeners mind.
With his mix of influences, geographic, cultural, musical, Flieger has a unique ability to create in any situation – it’s no surprise that his hero is genre-bending producer Rick Rubin. Whether working in a world-class recording studio, travelling in the confined space of an airplane, or home alone, he finds the influences and opportunities to build his next project, whether that’s remixing, producing or song writing. Flieger still loves to travel, taking every opportunity to visiting every corner of the globe. But sometimes coming home is the best way of making use of what was found on the journey.
What’s your MOMENTUM?
Ron Flieger has MOMENTUM. Working with unique people like this, Sennheiser, together with Spotify, is telling the stories of a hugely diverse yet 100% inspirational group of 100 people, following their journeys and learning more about their passion, their lives and their own personal MOMENTUM. They’re people with a passion and connection to sound that has taken form in many different ways. People who go further than others. People who know what others don‘t know. People who do things, that haven‘t been done before. People who push the world ahead. People with MOMENTUM. This spirit, this commitment to the core to create something that is special, unique and that has uncompromised authenticity and substance is what Sennheiser seeks to celebrate and discover over the course of the MOMENTUM project.
Along with those people, Sennheiser will be passing this inspiration forward asking others “What’s your MOMENTUM?” – inviting them to join the global MOMENTUM community by adding their own inspirational videos at www.sennheiser-momentum.com. People inspired in turn can add their videos to chains that link connected themes, bringing together ideas about art, music and what it means to live life one step ahead of the crowd.
Everything Sennheiser does and every product that is released is based on substance. It’s the quality of the work and the passion for sound, that pushes Sennheiser forward. This is why Sennheiser gave the name MOMENTUM to the premium range of headphones, which fuse uncompromising sound quality, with the highest quality materials and a minimalist design where form elegantly follows function. They capture this unity of purpose and spirit that drives Sennheiser forward. This is MOMENTUM.