Kerim König gained his first stage experience with bands and ensembles as a drummer, singer and guitarist. He studied "Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Practice"" with focus on music and media at the University of Hildesheim. Already during his studies he composed his first soundtracks for short and animated films by the directors Lothar Herzog and Jan-Peter Meier. From a long-standing collaboration with the composer Michael Dübe, film scores for more than 100 episodes of the ZDF crime series ""SOKO Wismar"" emerged. On the Cologne label Hey!blau Records, König releases solo albums that show other, image-independent facets of his compositions.
Christian Biegai began to dedicate himself to composition for film during his saxophone studies at the Udk Berlin and the Royal College of Music in London. This was followed by a Masters of Music at Rutgers University in New Jersey in orchestration, electroacoustics and composition. Christian composed one of his first soundtracks for Duncan Jones' "Whistle" in 2002 and has since written the music for numerous feature films, TV series and documentaries. As a saxophonist, Christian has performed with the Berlin Philharmonic, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, clair-obscur, DM Stith, Antony & The Johnsons and Barbara Morgenstern, among others.