Tuesday, March 16, 2010

EUROCHEQUE-DIE RUNDE SACHE, LP, 2005 (RECORDED: 198?), GERMANY








A wickedly fun minimal synth gem that hits a lot of my personal robot pop g-spots and thats thankfully been retrieved from tape culture oblivion by the fine folks at Kernkrach and sent out into the world in a swank sandpaper jacket. Super stripped and Man Machine robotic at times, childrens show theme giddy in its melodicism at others, the sound here is probably most comparable to the archival Guyer's Connection LP also issued by this imprint. Proactively plastic, wafer thin, neon bright and totally irresistible.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello my favourite mutant,

I just want to give you a short note on an event on May, 3rd in the Stadtgarten/Cologne:

The next Broken Sound event will take place and we're going to see, hear and feel our well beloved "Monsters Of Rock" ;-) Nurse With Wound and Asmus Tietchens!!!

Essential!!!

All the best, ohweh

Dead said...

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Andrea said...

Hi, any chance to see the "American Gorilla - The Zeros Are Always Texans" LP ?
Many thanks for your great work!

hisp said...

sounds like tonetta
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8Xg7h6jqAM&feature=player_embedded

Keith said...

Andrea, I have several copies of "The Zeros Are Always Texans." I am curious how you know about it. If you are in L.A., you can come pick one up in Highland Park. E-mail me at Lubow_Courier at Yahoo etc.