Krautrock (Music subgenre)
Krautrock is a generic name for the experimental music scene that appeared in Germany in the late 1960s and gained popularity throughout the 1970s, especially in Britain. The term originated from the song »Mama Düül und ihre Sauerkrautband spielt auf« by Amon Düül.
Krautrock in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 11.04.2016
Cluster 1971 - 1981
With »Cluster 1971 – 1981«, Bureau B is presenting a 9-LP-Box, including their seven most important releases in addition to two of Cluster’s live records. It won’t get any better than this.
Music − Review | posted 22.05.2014
Phantom Center EP
It’s quite easy totravel through the universe with Andrew Veres and John Elliott’s Outer Space project. »Phantom Center« is an interstellar trip.
Music − Review | posted 20.02.2014
Along the way
Mark McGuire has aimed high with »Along The Way«, his debut for Dead Oceans. A little too high, if you ask the critic.
Music − Review | posted 22.01.2013
The trio FORMA has a sixth sense for analogue synthesizers and the reproducible sound from the 1970s and early 80s. And what do they do with it? They reproduce it.
Music − Review | posted 05.04.2018
Grapes From The Estate
“Grapes From The Estate” by Oren Ambarchi is a masterpiece of gentle reduction. It will now be reissued with a new mastering.
Music − Essay | posted 24.06.2019
On The Hot Spot
Jazz in Great Britain is in the midst of a generational shift. New talents from Manchester to London are revising gridlocked listening habits and are testing the limits of the genre. But why now?
Music − Review | posted 04.02.2019
Kings Aigbologa Bucknor & His Afrodisk Beat Organisation
Now Hot Casa has released »Katakata«, another album by Kings Aigbologa Bucknor & His Afrodisk Beat Organisation.
Music − News | posted 30.08.2018
New Album: »Broken Politics«
»Broken Politics« is the new work by Neneh Cherry. The album of the Swede, completely produced by Four Tet this time, will be released on October 19th on Smalltown Supersound.
Music − Review | posted 17.06.2019
Emily A. Sprague
Water Memory / Mount Vision
RVNG Intl releases »Water Memory« and »Mount Vision«, the first two albums of the American sound designer Emily A. Sprague.