CAN-SOON OVER BABALUMA.
Forty years ago, in November 1974, Can released the sixth album of their career, Soon Over Babaluma. This marked the end of an era for Can. 3,186 more words
Neu! was a German Krautrock band formed by Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother after their split from Kraftwerk in the early 1970s. Though Neu! had minimal commercial success during its existence, the band is retrospectively considered one of the founding fathers of Krautrock and a significant influence on artists including David Bowie, Brian Eno, Iggy Pop, PiL, Joy Division, Gary Numan, Porcupine Tree, Ultravox, Simple Minds, Negativland, Stereolab, Boredoms, Radiohead, The Horrors, Electrelane, Kasabian and much of the current electronic music scene.
Rocking the boat seems to be what Glasgow’s Sonic Hearts Foundation do. After performing an impromptu guerilla gig in 2012 which attracted two thousand people, and a handful of Riot Vans, which in turn led to them being hauled in front of the procurator fiscal who fined them for their temerity. 137 more words
Brian Eno & Karl Hyde “High Life”
It’s safe to say that Brian Eno is one of the most influential and important musicians and producers of all time. 560 more words
Man was I tired. I drove up to Leeds and sat through the three support bands in something of a haze (not their fault); a series of late nights and sky high pollen levels adding to my malaise. 412 more words