dimanche, décembre 28, 2008

CONRAD SCHNITZLER, Rot (1972, Experimental Krautrock)

By request.
Not my favourite kind of krautrock. It's basically two long drone-like pieces based on early synths radical experimentations. Obviously, it's not the best way to discover krautrock, but it's interesting for all those who like early (or pre-) industrial music.
Maybe, some of you know the first CLUSTER (and KLUSTER) albums, SCHNITZLER had just left the band in 1972 so "Rot" is not far from these albums.
And it's here.

6 commentaires:

Andrew a dit…

So this is where Maurizio Bianchi got all his ideas from.

Anonyme a dit…

Yes Andrew... and many others...
Btw Mahood, is there any chance to re-up Signal - waves + lines / raster noton ?
Thanks a lot.

Anonyme a dit…

Merci tonton!
Je vais m'écouter ça bien vite.
Dans le genre que j'arrive pas à trouver, ya aussi les albums d'Hapshash et le Biotop d'Asmus Tietchens.

Anonyme a dit…

Before he was in Kluster he recorded the brilliant "Electronic Meditation" as part of Tangerine Dream.

Anonyme a dit…

This has been uploaded at 128 kbps and is therefore of very poor quality and of no use to me. It also doesn’t present the album in the best possible light to anyone who downloads it. Many sites now use 256 or 320 kbps as standard. Anything less than 192 kbps is of no use at all in this day and age.

[uzine] a dit…

+ voir lien to CS interviews via http://uzine.posterous.com/da-schnitzla ;-)