Certainly belongs to the most interesting representatives of the dazzlin' spectrum "Electronica" in the republic
("Jazzthing" Magazine ").
On their previous albums "Basement Music" (1998) & "Music For Collapsing People" (2000), "Listen" (2003) and "Mystery In A Cup Of Tea" (2005) they
represented themselves as masters of the combination of different styles and as experts of musical trends. Moodorama therefore has done diverse remixjobs for Czech,
Marschmellows, Justin, Jimmy Cliff, Tower of Power or the French Télépopmusic.
Founded 1998, their first TripHop/Downbeat Album "Basement Music" was released and recieved rave reviews from Labels like Compost Rec. or Stereo Deluxe Rec.
For the highly acclaimed follow-up album "Music For Collapsing People" with bangin' tracks like "Sinzing Sunset Boulevard" (best 12inch sales figures for Stereo Deluxe rec. ever) or "Viama" (also 12inch release), Moodorama teamed up with the famous Label Stereo Deluxe rec. In 2002, Audiopharm/SPV contacted the Moodorama crew.
Both parties decided to work together and consequently two albums were dropped out: "Listen", a smart & homogenous concept album, & "Mystery In A Cup Of Tea", an unusual discussion between material & music, more sharp-edged than the earlier album but nevertheless a suitable companion for all walks of life.
Despite this versatility the album nevertheless pursues the characteristic style of Moodorama. In addition to that, countless Licensing agreements for well-known Compilations like - Café del mar, brazilectro, Hugo Boss Complete Cool, Supperclub, The Karma Collection, Chillen & Grillen, The white room or the Erotic Lounge - were chosen.
On top of that, Moodorama works on productions of sound & visual effects for meetings like the Leipziger fashion fair 2004,
the Cinemaxx trailer "Lass Dir Zeit" (more than 1 million hits nationally up to now), Surround Trailer for the Imax cinemas in Austria, the soundtrack for BMW 1-series presentation 2004 & a Comdirectbank TV Spot.
Other Side-projects include Tricatel Inc. with its' first spin off "No samba me criei" being featured exclusively on the label compilation "brazilectro".
Due to large demand especially from France and USA a 12inch single of "No samba me criei" was issued.