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Can Feature with Vintage Photos & Videos

June 2003 marked the 35th anniversary of the founding of Can when Holger Czukay (bass), David Johnson (flute), jazz drummer Jaki Liebezeit and beat guitar player Michael Karoli met in classical conductor and piano player Irmin Schmidt’s Cologne apartment in 1968. 1,358 more words

Can

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RIP Jaki Liebezeit

R.I.P. Jaki Liebezeit, Can co-founder and drummer, has died at 78

Jaki Liebezeit, drummer and founding member of Can, has died at the age of 78. According to a statement posted to Can’s Facebook page, Liebezeit passed away in his sleep after succumbing to a sudden case of pneumonia. 215 more words

News

#126. Friedman & Liebezeit - '182-11' (2015)

We lost Jaki Liebezeit yesterday, best known for being the drummer for Can. 48 more words

This Fine Day...

Something For The Weekend? Three From Sweden

This week’s pack of three centres on three releases from Swedish artists.

Lamagaia – Aurora

This is epic. 16 plus minutes of krautrock /space rock/drone or whatever you want to call it. 145 more words

Indiepop

Nine Albums: Faces

Those artists brave (or narcissistic) enough to put a face on an LP cover deserve our respect (or derision). If an album’s sound can’t match its cover, then abandon it it (or don’t). 84 more words

Philosophy

The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol: Elevator LP (+ "Ensemble" CDR)

Been following/listening The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol since their “Pathfinder” album few years ago. Obviously I had to purchase this new one too. The day this came available to purchase I surprisingly found myself tapping that refresh button with my sweaty fingers. 56 more words

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