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19 Neo-Kraut Tracks You Need To Hear. Pt. III

The time has come for the third and the last part of our series of the 19 Neo-kraut Songs You Need To Hear dedicated to uncovering the ongoing impact of the krautrock sound tradition and we hope it was as much of a delight to you as it was to us.
Gabriele Sadzeviciute

Lena Willikens: Cryptic Corner Series

Right in the middle of melancholic Lithuanian autumn Opium Club surprises us with an announcement of a new resident DJ they are going to host. As our eyes flash with excitement we learn that Lena Willikens is going to be a regular guest at the club...
Justas Jelisejevas, Ilona Dzengeleviciute

Nachtdigital 2019, Golden Hours And Last Goodbye

This will have been my first and last experience of Nachtdigital. Of course, I knew about the festival for a few years, thanks to my friend and colleague Thomas, expressing so well the beauty of it all. However, I was far from imagining the actual experience.
Christophe Mauberque
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  • One of the most exciting recent debuts on Malka Tuti label - a solo project by Red Axes' Dori Sadvonik - Kapitan is a beautiful, eerie odyssey to kosmische waters guided by delicate modular synth melodies.⁠
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19 neo-kraut tracks you need to hear. Pt. III
  • Raw and distorted bedroom-kraut by an undeservedly overlooked artist MK-II, released by an Indianapolis-based cassette label Medium Sound.⁠
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19 neo-kraut tracks you need to hear. Pt. III
  • When Cosmo Vitelli is not busy managing his label and showcasing masterly DJ sets, the leading figure of Berlin's electronic music scene engrosses himself in the alchemy of mixing modern dance music with the organic essence of industrial, post-punk and krautrock.⁠
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19 neo-kraut tracks you need to hear. Pt. III
  • One of the latest additions in Sascha Mambo catalogue is Lyon's outfit Ashinoa. With their unwavering motorik beat, throbbing bass octaves and tangy guitars, it's probably the closest you can get to the original krautrock sound today.⁠
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19 neo-kraut tracks you need to hear. Pt. III
  • In his oddball electro-kraut project - a conceptual manifestation of his love for two plastic mannequins Fred and Luna - German-based artist Rainer Buchmüller strips down krautrock into minimalist synthetic soundscapes led by naive melodies.⁠
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19 neo-kraut tracks you need to hear. Pt. III