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Kosma Solarius is a German/Greek producer and musician, based on Ibiza.


His speciality is the cosmic octave tuning, a way of tuning music to planetary orbital frequencies, based on the calculations of the Swiss mathematician Hans Cousto.

The music feels very cinematic and futuristic and offers a refreshing variety of moods (cosmic, chill-out, space ambient, downtempo, minimal, progressive, house, Balearic, lounge, psychedelic rock, jungle beats).


Since 1999 he is producing electronic music and after moving to Thailand, in 2007, performing live was getting into focus. From 2009 until 2014 he was performing regularly live with the Space Brothers project at the world famous Half Moon Festival on the tropical island Koh Phangan.

Various international artists joined his live shows, like Jens Zygar, Andrew Barnabas, Pete Kearton, Tranquilogen, Alexandros Karsiotis, Note Suviratanapat.


He also started to produce other artists, like Graham Gold, Bahramji Pourmand, Hans de Booij and Ray Romer.


During the summer months 2015/2016 he visited Moscow and performed at the famous Midsummer Night’s Dream, had the honour of playing as the first musician ever on the rooftop at the Gorky Park Museum (video) for the 77th anniversary and was holding gong meditations at yoga centres, like Prana Yoga.

The highlight of the time in Russia was the classical concert "Sounds of the Universe", together with Igor Goldenberg on the church organ, at the St. Peter & Paul Cathedral.


In May 2017, Konstantin moved to Ibiza /Spain, set up his EULEN STUDIO IBIZA and occurs on various TV and magazine stories, like "Travel Man 48 hours in..." for UK Channel 4, "Soul Traveller" UK Sky Tv, USHUAIA MAGAZINE and DJMag.


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