[tin can food] are Christian Baum and Ulli Weisbrodt.
The Germany-based pop duo met when they both started as teachers at the same southwestern German high school. Soon, they discovered their common interest in electronic music production and fresh latin-style grooves and began to produce their first song together.
Supported by friends and guest musicians, "Freshwater Supply" is the essence of almost two years of funny home studio sessions in Karlsruhe and Mannheim at the river Rhine. In the end, the album was mastered by Christian in his Bonsai Studios while Martin Rothhaar from Munich created the cover artwork.
"Enjoy our notion of groovy latin-style pop music! It's been fun for us... May it be fun for you!"
Christian Baum started with playing the electronic organ, added some piano lessons and - until [tin can food] - mainly dived into synthesizer instrumentals (free download album at http://www.bonsai-multimedia.de). He's a biology and English teacher in Karlsruhe and a freelance technical editor for German KEYBOARDS and SOUND & RECORDING mags. In addition, he wrote several books on sequencer software like Cubase SX and Apple Logic Pro for Wizoo (http://www.wizoobooks.com).
Ulli Weisbrodt plays the piano for ages now and added the guitar just a few years ago. His electronic carreer began with Yamaha's DX7 and just took a leap forward with his new Macbook and Apple's Logic Pro. He likes groovy pop and latin music and lives in Mannheim. He's a biology and geography teacher there.