Dorian Concept (Musician) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Dorian Concept Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Dorian Concept is an Austrian composer, producer, and keyboard artist, whose work draws on an eclectic variety of sources including modal and free jazz, funk, hip-hop, and electronic, ambient, and soundscape music. Johnson adopted his stage name as a teenager as a reference to the Dorian scale.

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Dorian Concept Wiki, Biography

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Age 37 years old
Birth Place Vienna, Austria
Birth City Vienna
Birth Country Austria
Nationality German
Famous As Musician
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Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Occupation Musician

Famously known by the Family name Dorian Concept, is a great Musician. He was born on , in Vienna, Austria.Vienna is a beautiful and populous city located in Vienna, Austria Austria.

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Dorian Concept Net Worth

Dorian Concept has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Musician. Popularly known as the Musician of Austria. He is seen as one of the most successful Musician of all times. Dorian Concept Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful German Musician.

Dorian entered the career as Musician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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After Joined Ends was released, Johnson toured extensively and then dropped out of sight again for over two years to work on his third album, The Nature of Imitation, which appeared on his third label, Brainfeeder, as his third LP in 2018. For Johnson, The Nature of Imitation also represented an “aesthetic break” from Joined Ends and a process of “reinvention” that entailed returning “to my old approaches but from a completely different perspective” and resulted in a “brand new sound.” This album is a synthesis of the widely disparate stylistic elements from of his previous two albums and simultaneously an expression of the “two Dorian Concepts”: “. . . the hectic [one] . . . whirling like a tornado over the keys . . . of a defenseless microsynthisizer” and “the audodidactic, multi-instumentalist, electronic chamber musician and detail-loving improvisor.”


The release of Joined Ends in 2014 marked a departure from his established musical voice and reliance on the Microkorg as a platform for digital production and performance. Johnson purchased older retro equipment, including a Moog synthesizer, Wurlizter electronic piano, and Roland SH 101, and began to work with analogue media, including his own voice to create “an agile body of work filled with playful melodic earworms, complex textures, and vituosic transformations.” Johnson noted that the “new gear was important because the Microkorg . . . really tied me down to my old sound . . . [W]orking with analogue gear was a way for me to put my focus back on playing. It feels like my first musical cycle is closing and the start of a new one.” His aspiration was—in comparison to his frentic, established sound club—to “do something simple.” His tracks are based on the technique of recording himself performing with analogue media and then “self-sampling” the and reworking the analogue material in the course of production. In an interview, he has described himself as “an autodidact jazz musician, who samples himself.” To perform this new material and sound, he also developed a new trio stage show with his long-standing Viennese friends and band-mates from JSBL: Paul Movahedi (“The Clonius”) on bass and Clemens Bacher (“Cid Rim”) on percussion.


In 2011, Jason Swincoe invited him to continue his collaboration with Cinematic Orchestra by asking him to compose film music (with Tom Chant) for two avant-garde shorts by Peter Tscherkassky, “Outer Space” and “Dream Work,” for the Cinematic Orchestra’s “In Motion” series in which musicians are asked to compose original scores for classic short films, which also gave him an additional opportunity to perform in a formal concert settings with string accompaniment at the Barbican Centre in London and Tokyo. He also has performed in a more formal setting at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

As of 2011, his touring and production activity dropped off with the exception of a few remixes, and he spend over two years working on a new sound and material for his second album, Joined Ends, which Ninja Tune released in October 2014.


His first album, When Planets Explode, appeared in 2009 preceded and was followed by a number of EPs and remixes. In 2010, Ninja Tune invited him to contribute a track, “Her Tears Taste Like Pears,” to its twentieth anniversary box set, Ninja Tune XX, and Ninja released an EP of his under the same title shortly thereafter. He performed at a number of Ninja XX events in Europe in 2010, including the Ninja gala celebration at Royal Albert Hall with the London Metropolitan Orchestra and the Cinematic Orcherstra in November, where he arranged and performed tracks from his Ninja EP for an ensemble including London Metropolitan string quartet accompaniment and the Cinematic Orchestra’s saxophonist Tom Chant.


Although he had classical piano training as a child, he does not consider himself to be classically trained. As an autodidact, he identifies funk, hip-hop, jazz, and electronica as the primary influences for his music. His music cannot “easily be categorized, yet he has already developed his own, recognisable sound” as Benji B has observed in his blog in 2008.


In 2007, the BBC Radio 1 producer Benji B “discovered” Dorian Concept at the Red Bull Music Academy in Toronto, where Paul Movahedi, a Viennese bandmate of his and RMBA participant, gave Benji B a CD with 10 unreleased Dorian Concept tracks that Benji B started airing on his show and playing in London clubs. BBC Radio 1’s Gilles Peterson also started giving Dorian Concept air-time on his program “Worldwide” and included him in the line-up of worldwide events, and Dorian Concept subsequently started to receive invitations to major electronic music festivals. He also participated in the Red Bull Music Academy in Barcelona in 2008 and has since been involved in a number of Red Bull Music Academy events.


He studied multimedia art with a focus on acoustic engineering and graphics at the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg from 2005-2009. During this period, he won Elektronikland Salzburg prizes for composition in electronic music in 2005 and 2007 and released his first EP on line in 2006. Between 2006 and 2008, he also posted a popular series of five short videos on YouTube under the moniker of “yorktownrecreation” called “Fooling Around on Micro Korg” that show him improvising on the Micro Korg (and other keyboards, such as the Alesis Micron, Korg Nanokey, and Casio SA-21) and totalled over one million views after posting. He is among the self-proclaimed generation of “bedroom producers” who participated in the emergence of an international beat community based the accessibility of digital production technology and early Internet fora, such as MySpace, in the first decade of the 2000s.


Dorian Concept (born Oliver Thomas Johnson; 1984 in Vienna), is an Austrian composer, producer, and keyboard artist, whose work draws on an eclectic variety of sources including modal and free jazz, funk, hip-hop, and electronic, ambient, and soundscape music. Johnson adopted his stage name as a teenager as a reference to the Dorian scale.

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