Heroic sounds for a better future

With her smoky voice that reveals so much depth, Berlin singer Sabine Lässig on Monday night inspired about 250 listeners in Wintergarten Varieté ... Amé toki manages to entice the audience into another world.
(Neues Deutschland, 08/13)

Sleepwalking through the rainy season - [...] a surprising and convincing album
(WOM Magazin)

... an invitation to dance: an elegant lounge sound flirting with Jazz- and Soul tones

Innovative musician meets promising singer. The consequences: A symbiotic collaboration trying to render zeitgeist and modernity musically comprehensible. Promoted as "Contemporary Pop", Sabine Meyer-Wiel and Christoph Selbach conjure an album between the styles, using Jazz, Chanson, Lounge and Soundtrack, which - based on a well mixed digital and real production - is real fun.
(Stefan Woldach, Stereoplay)

One year ago keyboarder Christoph Selbach and singer Sabine Meyer-Wiel [...] produced a very entertaining live performance made of predominantly sampled sounds, colorfully mixed music with witty lyrics and matching video installations. Now the Cologne/Berlin Duo calls itself "Amé Toki" and has further developed and prepared everything on the CD "No Maps for these Territories" for your CD-Player. With a whole bunch of real musicians and the wish to hold a mirror up to the globalized world. Amé Toki do that with multiple language nonsense lyrics, and a musical variety of Art Pop, Chanson, Jazz and Elektronics right up to film music. Frequently a good shot of irony resonates with melancholy, and when the singer in the song "Hope You Do Enjoy" pronounces the invitation "Let's misbehave like Bonnie & Clyde" you know that this Duo loves to refuse to follow the conventions, casting winking and joky looks onto modern life instead.