Import Export, that's dialog, transfer, contrast. That's ones and zeros, grayscale and shock colors, slow motion and time lapse, Josi Miller and Stefan Heinrich. The haptic-linear sound of the producer duo, permeated with big-city appeal, moves stylistically between the fields of indie, electronica, house and lo-fi hip-hop and is first and foremost simply one thing:extremely innovative. This is proven not least by the stage performances of the two-piece, accompanied by live drums and extravagant visuals.
Josi Miller has been one of the most sought-after DJs in Germany for years, has now played pretty much every venue worth mentioning between Hamburg and Zurich, and is starting to produce her own music in 2018. A cold, because Corona-conditioned stage withdrawal, dozens of jewel hunts on Berlin vinyl markets and countless nightly Bleton live sessions later, Josi is then also a pro at sampling worn-out records and chopping her own vocals.
Stefan Heinrich, who became involved in that creative process at an early stage, is also along-time professional musician in search of new artistic challenges. He is a walking popencyclopedia, guitarist, bassist and drummer, forms the indie pop band KLAN together with his brother since 2016 and completes Josis modern sound sense thanks to his classical engineering skills almost perfectly.