Tied & Tickled Trio

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Tied & Tickled Trio
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Background information
Origin Germany
Genres Electronic music
Dub music
Jazz
Years active1994–2011
Labels Morr Music
Associated acts The Notwist, Lali Puna
MembersMarkus Acher
Christoph Brandner
Andreas Gerth
Micha Acher
Johannes Enders
Ulrich Wangenheim
Robert Klinger

Tied & Tickled Trio is a German electronica/dub/jazz musical collective. It was founded in 1994 by Markus Acher and Christoph Brandner in Weilheim, Bavaria as a polyrythmic duo playing drums only. After the joining of sculptor Andreas Gerth (electronics) and Markus' brother Micha (bass), the core of "Tied & Tickled Trio" was formed and their style turned to jazz. This trend later was fixed with new member coming – Johannes Enders, a studied jazz sax player.

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The collective shares members with The Notwist, Lali Puna and other bands from the Morr Music label.

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