Music / C418

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Daniel Rosenfeld (b. 1989), better known as C418 (Cee-four-eighteen, not cee-four-one-eight) is a German electronic musician and sound engineer best known for composing the soundtrack to Minecraft (he and Notch tried collaborating again with a game called 0x10c that eventually got scrapped). He has released a lot of independent work which can be seen on his Bandcamp page.

His unique style blends elements of ambient, house, trance, and IDM.

Discography:

  • bps (Dec 2007)
  • Mixes (May 2008)
  • sine (September 2008)
  • zweitonegoismus (December 2008)
  • Bushes and Marshmallows (August 2009)
  • A Cobblers Tee Thug (January 2010)
  • circle (March 2010)
  • life changing moments seem minor in pictures (August 2010)
  • little things (January 2011)
  • Minecraft – Volume Alpha (March 2011) (the Minecraft soundtrack, with some bonus material)
  • I forgot something, didn’t I? (July 2011)
  • 72 Minutes Of Fame (July 2011)
  • Seven Years of Server Data (November 2011)
  • Catacomb Snatch Original Soundtrack (March 2012)
  • one (December 2012) (the soundtrack to the Mojang documentary, with some bonus material)
  • Minecraft - Volume Beta (November 2013) (the second Minecraft soundtrack with songs that are to be added to the game, also includes the rest of the music discs)
  • 148 (December 2015)
  • 2 years of failure (September 2016)

This musician contains examples of:

  • Word Salad Title
    • The album A Cobblers Tee Thug, an album that was made in five days "for shits and giggles" (to quote Rosenfeld) as a collaboration with another artist.
    • Also, "I glove thy flob" from one. It's a cover of Pachelbel's "Canon in D" done in a mix of Minecraft note blocks, piano, and some synthesized sounds.

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