Patrick Pulsinger, born in Weißenfels in 1970, has been producing and composing music for more than 20 years and has made a name for himself through numerous international releases and live performances in many areas.
His first solo releases in the early and mid-1990s arose from the fundamental idea of techno, which in turn was based on computer and analogue synthesizers.
In 1993 Pulsinger co-founded the label Cheap Records as an experimental field for his own productions and those of like-minded artists. More recently, he has been working mainly as a producer in his own recording studio in Vienna. In Austria, he has worked with artists including Gerard, Bauchklang, Elektro Guzzi, Mile Me Deaf, Maja Osojnic, BulBul, Hercules and Love Affair, DJ Hell, David Holmes, the Anti-Pop Consortium, Grace Jones and the Pet Shop Boys. From his intense exploration of analogous recording techniques, improvisation and the exchange of musical ideas, cooperations with musicians such as Franz Hautzinger, Rozemarie Heggen, Hilary Jeffrey, Wolfgang Mitterer, Christian Fennesz, Hans Joachim Rödelius, Pamelia Kurstin and Modeselektor arose. Pulsinger has played at numerous international music festivals; in 2010 he curated a programme focus at Wien Modern, and in 2013 he curated Popfest in Vienna. He has received commissions from the Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna which were first performed at the festival Wien Modern and as part of »Musikprotokoll« at the festival Steirischer Herbst. He also writes film music (including the score to Stefan Ruzowitzky’s feature film »Das absolut Böse«) and music for theatre and ballet.