Beat writer Jürgen Ploog (born 1935) began experimenting with tape recorders in the 1970s. He was a friend and literary associate of William S. Burroughs.
This double LP from 2015 presents Column One and their experimental approach to sound at its best. Much of the material comes from their collaboration with the ..(read more)
Who or what are Column One? Or better: were, as they apparently disbanded in 2016. The group was founded by René Lamp, Robert Schalinski and Eike Bölling in B..(read more)
LP from 2006 of Berlin-based duo building forth on championed pioneers i.e. traditions of DAF as much as Einstürzende Neubauten. Though not taking themselves t..(read more)
Dubby kraut-techno with a twist. Several twists actually, including quirky and a-typical samples and loops. Behind the name goes Marek Wantzéck who is based in..(read more)
Remixes of tracks of the CD “Electric Pleasure” with remixes by: Rechenzentrum, Silksaw, Frieder Butzmann, Marc Wannabe, Afanassi Viebeg, Mowe, CoeUR y NaGL..(read more)
The year is 2001 – life has changed now – the planet earth is not longer racked by wars & threats of annihilation. Man has learned to live with ..(read more)
Far-out audio collage, mostly spoken word (German language), from private home recordings from the 1960s. The tapes were partly found in flea markets, partly ..(read more)
Mowe are Stea Andreasson and Rotraut Z (of Berlin art collectives Column One and Siberische Zelle). They created a strange and beautiful 50 minute collage of fi..(read more)
Publication from 2005 with a CD compiled by R.Schalinski of Column One. Featuring Etant Donnés, Stilluppsteypa, Frieder Butzmann, and others.