This is my story.



How special must be music to act neither boring nor exaggerated? Is there an approach to develop punchy sound yet bring the melody into prominence? The talented newcomer Ansgar Scheffold from Memmingen is committed to this sensitive balancing act for years now.

He had already laid the groundwork of his musical career at the age of six. Years of piano and drum lessons did the rest for him to open the gates to the world of jazz, funk, soul and film scores – styles which pervade his beloved records. His works don't fall into one category. They are characterized by catchy piano riffs, pushing bass lines and groovy dubbed vocals. Classic Deep House blends with technoid rhythms and over time numerous jazz and blues elements emerge.

With his left hand on the analog tape recorder and the piano keys below his right, Scheffold grew up in a time when techno music began to fragment into a number of subgenres. Deep house was heavily influenced by disco and even merged into a disputable disco house genre.

In 2010 he stumbled on a sequencer for the first time. This was his entry into the universe of electronic music production. Since 2011 Ansgar Scheffold is also performing live. He started to deejay in several underground clubs until he found his way to public events, closely followed by first public music and remix productions. His releases reach several thousand listeners and have featured on online magazines like and The latest EP "Light It Up" is out since October 2016 on Love Harder Records (Munich, Germany) including Remixes of Guardate and Francis White. In recent collaborations he worked together with artists like Pete Kaltenburg (Lapsus/Forest Walker), Nino Langguth (Zuckerton) and Radiothérapie (Neuzeit/Flauschig).

Ansgar Scheffold is supported by David Keno, Flokati, Pete Kaltenburg, DJ Craxx, Radiothérapie...

It seems that all things are possible with this fresh combination of creativity and ability.