As Super Flu, duo Feliks Thielemann & Mathias Schwarz create playful tracks that lie between techno and deep house. [http://super-flu.de/] They appeared at the Approximation Festival accompanied by Rahel Hutter, who studied the piano performance at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Weimar. Rahel is also part of Leipzig-based band the Cloche, providing music that alternates between high-powered beats and spherical sounds into a multi-layered soundscape of styles ranging from minimalist and electronic music, to rock and jazz. [http://www.thecloche.de/]
Mixing classical piano with house and techno? Sure, why not. Anybody with a passing familiarity with dance music knows the most classic of tracks were built on the driving chords of a piano, after all.
Performing at the Approximation Festival in Dusseldorf.