Seelenluft is Swiss Producer Beat Solèr. He has been playing music since he was seven and producing since he was in his teens.
Beat released his first album Bellatrax in 1997. The album was hailed a success in the Drum n Bass scene, so it shocked many when he released his next album The Rise and Fall of Silvercity Bob in 2000 and it was all electronic. Silvercity Bob is an imaginary trumpet player and the album relies heavily on Beat Solèr's collection of 1950s easy listening records.
In 2002 Seelenluft recorded the album Out of the Woods. This album was a warm and quirky electronic listening album which featured the massive track ‘Manila’ (which features on Ministry of Sound Mashed 2). This single featured Michael Smith, a 12-year-old boy from Compton singing lead vocals. It featured on over 60 dance compilations worldwide, and was Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune’ upon its release on his BBC Radio 1 show.
2004 saw the release of Seelenluft’s fourth studio album The Way We Go. The album featured the single 'I Can See Clearly Now'. The single was remixed by Tiga and featured on Ministry of Sound Mashed 4.
In 2007 Seelenluft released a cover of the cult American soft rock, western ballad ‘Horse With No Name’.