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Europe. Endless.

Next year is the fortieth anniversary of Kraftwerk’s seminal album Trans-Europe Express. After years of experimentation, Trans-Europe Express emits a confidence within the group, that the Dusseldorf band have not only gotten comfortable with a sound inspired from motors, machines and transportation but also possess an ethos that wishes to explore this tremendous break from the past. 2,037 more words

Kraftwerk, Live at the Keller Auditorium

On Saturday night, legendary electronic act Kraftwerk put on a show that can be truly described as “unique”.  It is difficult to even call what we saw a “concert”, since it is unclear how much of what we heard was performed live.   458 more words

Recs

Happy birthday to Florian Schneider of Kraftwerk










and David Bowie’s, V-2 Schneider, named in tribute to Florian

Music

Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock

Attack of the Killer Track! is a series that explores tracks from artists from a variety of genres. Some of the tracks were singles, some of them were obscure b-sides or long forgotten album tracks. 291 more words

Attack Of The Killer Track!

Rendezvous on Champs Elysées/Leave Paris in the morning on T.E.E.

Kraftwerk: Trans-Europe Express

In anticipation of tonight’s Kraftwerk documentary on BBC Four, I’ve been leafing through Tim Barr’s book Kraftwerk: From Dusseldorf to the Future With Love… 429 more words

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Kraftwerk's Europe Endless

As I got up to make coffee today, still half in a dream state, I put on Kraftwerk’s Europe Endless.  My day was instantly looking up, as is it as perfect song to begin your day with.   98 more words