Beat Solèr is Seelenluft. The Swiss entrepreneur from Zürich and innovator of modern, interesting and danceable music has felt closely linked to a continuing reinvention of electronic sounds for more than a decade. "The Way We Go" is his fourth album so far- an opus consisting of dance, melody, reduction and addition, amazing details and straight forward beats. After excursions into the world of soundtrack- music, dance performances and experimental sounds Beat Solèr returns to his roots of electronic music: to the club. Still, he is far away from a simple four-to-the-floor-aesthetic: there is pop in it! Eclecticism. Intelligence. Stylistic openess. Plus a comprehension of music which goes far beyond the professional fusion of danceable rhythms.
Ever since his last album "Out of the Woods (kl036)", Seelenluft is known beyond all known stylistic and geographic borders as a DJ, composer and producer who transcends all existing principles, who knows no limit. He is somebody who fills the idea of electronic music with new contents. In the summer of 2002, "Manila (kl039)", the most successful single of the album, had a bomb- like impact on dancefloors all over the world: the track was featured on more than 60 compilations, was found in top ranks in almost any stylespecific milleniumcharts and thus was only one more proof for the unique approach of Beat Solèr. The unique voice of the tune is that of Michael Smith, a 12- year- old boy at the time from South Central who he had met during a 3 month- stay in L.A. He then visited the boy at his home with his laptop to record the lyrics of the track. No doubt, this is not conventional. At the same time, it is yet another proof for Seelenluft¹s conception of art, which does not know any limits.