Berlin based cello/piano duo - An intimate studio recording only with piano and cello.Follow-up album of the well reviewed and airplayed record HIDDENSEE.Curators of the Q3 Ambient festival.30th anniversary of the German Reunification with the dedicated track Reunion.The Potsdam-based brothers Sebastian and Daniel Selke have, throughout their career, been employing themes surrounding their Communist-era, East German heritage. On HAUSMUSIK, their fifth album to date, the award-winning duo brings that narrative a step forward with a double LP that explores the notions of balance and the search for harmony.A direct follow-up to their collaboration THESIS 17 with Constant Presence, aka. Peter Broderick and Daniel O'Sullivan, released on Gregory Euclide's legendary Thesis Project, HAUSMUSIK plays on the brothers unspoken, communicative melding of minds. It lifts their unmistakable style to new levels by forgoing the use of electronics, synthesisers, and effects, and moulding the sound using only the potential of their main instruments: cello and piano. Packaged in minimalist experimental yet catchy improvisations between avant-garde and pop, HAUSMUSIK combines elements of both ambient and classical chamber music. It is a retreat into a pure acoustic world and stands for a serene yet modest dynamic mood.Growing up in the last decade of the former GDR, restrictions and the overcoming of material lack were our daily companions. The memories, impressions and feelings, the two sides of one medal the Wall help us to understand the present time a little better. CS, Brothers Selke (October, 2020).