Under the pseudonym C-Schulz, Carsten Schulz has been publishing abstract, experimental electronic music since 1988. Influenced by a wide variety of musical styles: whether industrial, new music, the early techno of Cologne, or innovative pop, the 40-year-old knew a broad spectrum of music. At the beginning of the nineties, he visited underground raves as well as concerts by Arabian oud players. The openness to the unknown finally led him to musique concrète and to the electro-acoustic music which had developed from it. "Musique Concrète was certainly the turning point in my musical perception. I am less influenced by the electronic music of the Cologne school around Stockhausen, but rather by the electro-acousticians of the Paris school, as by Pierre Henry and Luc Ferrari."
A prominent member of the Cologne school, C-Schulz was a member of POL and collaborated with Marcus Schmickler, Hajsch, and more.