Rudiger Carl & the brothers Oehlen with two tracks from the ‘Jailhouse with Strings’ album (Leiterwagen Records). On burgundy-red vinyl . . .
Who is this strange synthesizer freak, is it the hobo shown on the cover, or Mr. Anonymous sounding like a bastard child of Wendy Carlos & Klaus Schulze, wi..(read more)
It’s quite rare that a member of Faust releases a solo album. This is a very warm, flowing, organic-sounding album, strong keyboard/organ sounds, complete..(read more)
The Bremen boys continue with more highly concentrated, razor-sharp drum-bass-guitar workouts. Together with some guest musicians, they added some extra colour ..(read more)
Still one of our favourite German avant-rock bands, this guitar/bass/drums trio from Bremen. Never thought themselves capable of vocals, but now for the first t..(read more)
Musical score for a theatre piece played by BAAL in 1982. With Michael Moore, Pieter Smithuysen, Martin van Duynhoven, Mariette Rouppe van der Voort, Wolter Wie..(read more)
On Felix Kubin’s Gagarin label, a reissue of a cassette tape on Ata tak, 1981. Hiller & Fehlman, both of Palais Schaumburg fame, reinterpreted the Hin..(read more)
Visual artist & electronic musician from Nuernberg flaunts a refreshing DIY-approach, experimentalism & typical humour that will suit fans of Justus Koe..(read more)