Filterwolf is an acclaimed producer, DJ and live act from Munich, whose infectious production talents, electric live shows and groundbreaking debut album on London based Process Recordings released in 2010 have all led to the creation of his stunning new masterpiece: Night Patterns . His work was remixed by some of the finest artists around the globe such as Portable, Tigerskin, Niederflur and Hrdvsion. The consistency of the quality of his musical output was compared by journalists with no less a figure than Carl Craig. His productions have constantly earned praise and gained many fans for their driving beats, elegant, warm and cheerful synths and blossoming, journey-like arrangements. Filterwolf received strong support from Zombie Nation, John Acquaviva, Spektre, Ivan Smagghe, Groove Armada, Slam, Dirt Crew and Coldcut. He was featured on Tsugi Compilation Volume 18 along with Gui Boratt o, Tiga and Juan Mclean and on Huw Stephens Best New Music evening show on BBC Radio 1. Across his new album, he explores the exciting, timeless space between house, techno, electro and beyond. Throughout, he constantly maintains a melodic and emotive core, creating a mesmerizing body of work structured and presented in a highly creative way. The album was mastered by Eelke Kleijn, prolific producer (Manual Music, Global Underground) and mastering engineer from Rotterdam, who among others has mastered the works of Dubfire and Applescal. Deep, swinging, handclapping grooves and furious saxophone lines of the opening track Color Of Spring , with their subtle, uplifting, intelligent beauty, signal that this is a master artist at work. As the mood moves towards the deep, pounding intensity of Deep Data , it s easy to become lost in the swirling music as Filterwolf plays with emotion buttons, exploring the depths and whole spectrum of the dance and electronica, rese arching possibilities, forging ahead into the future.