we are producing Music since 2016 by featuring International Artists.
Releasing our tracks worldwide by the online distributor digdis
Hello we are Franz & Rudi !
Recording Artists from Austria
founder of NewAdventure / SinCrawler
& the Privat Label SinCrawler Records
making Music over 30 Years
Collaborating with Aubrey Whitfield
the Voice of SinCrawler
1969 when I (Franz) was 10 years old and a great fan of Chuck Berry. I dreamt of being a rock guitarist and founder of a band. At the age of 16, I bought my 1st electric guitar and learned to play by a friend. 1978 saw me composing my first instrumental track, by using 2 tape recorders for the overdubs “a very noisy thing“ but the only way to do it at that time, everything else was too expensive for me in my younger years.
1983, inspired by my brothers in law Rudi & Manfred Wimberger who bought their 1st used synthesizer and an old 6 channel mixer, we played and recorded together every weekend. In 1989, we met the singer & songwriter Thomas F.
Since then, our home studio has grown up a little bit giving us the ability to record our 1st vocal tracks and 1990 the formation “new adventure“ was born.
Between 1989 and 1993 we recorded about 25 songs. Unfortunately when Thomas left the band 1993 it was the end of new adventure. The Original Song is on the NewAdventure Album „The Collection“ which contains the digital remaster of the 1990´s Records.
2013 Rudi Manfred and me started over making music, collaborating with the very talented Singer & Songwriter Aubrey Whitfield from London UK.
November 2016 we founded the formation SinCrawler with Aubrey Whitfield as the main Voice of SinCrawler.
December 2016 we planned the cover version of the Queen song, “We will rock you“ with The Fabulous Miss Wendy
from Hollywood CA.
January 2017, I founded the independent label SinCrawler Records. We recorded songs together with Aubrey and
“We will rock you” with Wendy released online since March 2017.
March 2017 Rudi´s twin brother Manfred died due to a heart attack. We started to produce the Radio Edit of Morality, to remember Manfred.