Haujobb is a german electronic musical project whose output has ranged drastically within the electronic music spectrum, from Industrial to EBM to Techno and Breaks. They have become a staple crossover act, bringing several forms of electronic music into the mainstream industrial music world.
HAUJOBB have already earned their place in the history of music. From around the middle of 90s, the act from the eastern part of the German region of Westphalia were widely seen as the figureheads of a modern electronic industrial sound. While their early full-length "Homes & Gardens" (1993) was still quite influenced by the Vancouver school of industrial and in particular SKINNY PUPPY and FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, the original trio quickly evolved out of those Canadian roots.

HAUJOBB soon set their own course and began to amalgamate IDM (intelligent dance music) with classical industrial on the following albums "Freeze Frame Reality" (1995) and "Solutions For A Small Planet" (1996). This catapulted the Germans onto the international scene and gained them cult status in the US. When Björn Jünemann, one of the three founders left, the remaining original members, Daniel Myer and Dejan Samardzic decided to continue as a duo. HAUJOBB witnessed only slight changes of direction, which basically meant less sampling and sound oriented programming. Yet, the duo still left a strong impact and in particular their 2011 self-released album "New World March" is widely regarded as another milestone.

Live the Duo gets supported by Manuel Richter, Synth and Modular Wizard and owner of Exploding Shed and Leaf Audio

Line up:
Daniel Myer: Vocals, Music
Dejan Samardzic: Music, Synthesizer

"Homes & Gardens" 1993
"Drift Wheeler" 1993
"Frames" 1995
"Freeze Frame Reality" 1995
"Solutions For A Small Planet" 1996
"Electronic Live Performance" 1996
"Matrix" 1997
"Ninetynine" 1999
"Ninetynine Remixes" 1999
"Polarity" 2001
"Vertical Theory" 2003
"Vertical Mixes" 2005
"New World March" 2011
"Blendwerk" 2015
"Alive" 2018
Haujobb Dates
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