...Spieth's Debut EP “Abi 99” appeared at “Kompakt”, which combined the
outrider labels of German minimal Techno, “Profan” and “Studio 1”. When the british DJ and cult presenter John Peel played the EP shortly after its release in his radio show, it became clear that the years of research with synths and drum machines had been worth while.
Spieth remixed Egoexpress on Ladomat during the following year, and added “You Don’t Fool Me”, the follow up-12" inch on “Kompakt”. With the help of his ability to present a constant variable and diverse musical performance, he quickly was able to win new listeners within the dance music scene. In 2003 The Orb-Mastermind Dr. Alex Patterson takes the track “You Don’t Fool Me” onto his “Back to Mine” compilation, as Joachim deals with the eighth part of the “Speicher” series on the side of “Kompakt” CEO Michael Mayer, and moves forward with the track “Under Pressure” in the best Cologne-stripped-Techno-style. Even Sven Väth notes the benevolent on his playlist.
Miscellaneous Remixes follow (for Michael Mayer, Einmusik, Ego Express,Maxime Dangles etc.), as well as 12" "Up and Down" on "Tongut" (2006) , "Connect" EP on "Paso Music" and several compilation licensing for example on Gui Boratto's
"Addicted Vol 2" (2007) or Ivan Smagghe's "Cocorico 03" (2008).
Since 2007 Spieth hosts "Affin, a monthly show on Protonradio/USA (with guests like Oxia, Robert Babicz, Maxime Dangles,..) and also became part of Paso Music, alongside labelmates Marc Miroir and Sebrok. In January 2008 Spieth launched his new digital label called Affin.