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Absolutely mind blowing, especially for fan of Neu!




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Hmmm... no matter how many times I try, the last 25 minutes of Cottonwoodhill make me want to stab myself in the eye.  Can anyone explain why this is THE definitive Brainticket album?  The repetitive 3 second organ loop and various recordings of teeth brushing and spitting drive me bonkers!  I much prefer Celestial Ocean and Psychonaut.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Carcharodon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 03 2015 at 16:46
Early krautrock...from France

Lard Free
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRzvpmKFU5I

Cheval Fou
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTuWs1GFKyE

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Originally posted by bloodnarfer bloodnarfer wrote:

Hmmm... no matter how many times I try, the last 25 minutes of Cottonwoodhill make me want to stab myself in the eye.  Can anyone explain why this is THE definitive Brainticket album?  The repetitive 3 second organ loop and various recordings of teeth brushing and spitting drive me bonkers!  I much prefer Celestial Ocean and Psychonaut.

I know what you mean, I've been coming back to this album for years, at first I couldn't stand it but slowly I grew to appreciate it until it finally clicked. I still think they could have spiced it a little more but it's ok as it is, I do prefer Psychonaut or Celestial Ocean over it.
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an newly born albanian krautrock :p 

the Tirana based band tajçido just released their first album https://soundcloud.com/tajcido/tracks




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Originally posted by Sagichim Sagichim wrote:

Originally posted by bloodnarfer bloodnarfer wrote:

Hmmm... no matter how many times I try, the last 25 minutes of Cottonwoodhill make me want to stab myself in the eye.  Can anyone explain why this is THE definitive Brainticket album?  The repetitive 3 second organ loop and various recordings of teeth brushing and spitting drive me bonkers!  I much prefer Celestial Ocean and Psychonaut.

I know what you mean, I've been coming back to this album for years, at first I couldn't stand it but slowly I grew to appreciate it until it finally clicked. I still think they could have spiced it a little more but it's ok as it is, I do prefer Psychonaut or Celestial Ocean over it.


agree with bloodnarfer - could not detect my personal interface to the title track yet ...


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Originally posted by qenlogel qenlogel wrote:

an newly born albanian krautrock :p 

the Tirana based band tajçido just released their first album https://soundcloud.com/tajcido/tracks



interesting Thumbs Up  there's some krautish hypnotic feel indeed ...


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This thread needs a powerful jolt of electricity. Good thing the following Embryo tune delivers such in spades and shovels:

“The Guide says there is an art to flying or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”

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The "Area" track of Embryo Big smile
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Some more electricity
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Originally posted by hellogoodbye hellogoodbye wrote:

The "Area" track of Embryo Big smile

You know what - I've actually never thought about it like that....but now that you say it; hell yes! Very Areaesque. Maybe that's why I love it soSmile

Oh and nice Manuel clip monsieur Leary....although it reminds me of his most recent tour that I somehow missedOuch


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Die Blonde Fand das großartig (N - 1 Live im Weltkunstzimmer zu Düsseldorf)
 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Back to Duul for now : I listened to Yeti last night.....
Well, I bought my UA copy, with textured gatefold sleeve, around 1990, a beautiful example, for a measly 8 Aussie dollars. Anyway, their improvs on record 2 are outstanding. I mean, every member just telepathically locked in with one another, a total excercise in listening to each other, knowing what's going to happen next and anticipating who will do what. Probably all on acid, all on the same wavelength, producing nothing less than a true MASTERPIECE.
I simply worship Yeti.

YETI, is, for me, and by very far, one of the very best "improvisations" I have ever head. The next one, happens to be the same group and is on Dance of the Lemmings, the MM thing is totally awesome.

I don't think, that it is necessarily about drugs, since, after all in "Phallus Dei" I really believe they made fun of the culture in the commune before they became AD2. (Get stoned, dance and then have a party!). But, if one can use suggestions from theater exercises (and AD2 had theater and film with them, just like CAN also did), it is possible that they had a very well "guided" improvisation, that was less about the notes and the chords, than it was about a visual or auditory concept and idea that someone had. This is not difficult to do with music, but it is something that musicians don't like to do, specially when they are married to the top ten board, and funny ideas that music has to have this and that instead.

I also think that it is demeaning to their music intelligence that they would have to be ripped to do that. I do not believe this, at least, from exercises I did on stage with actors, on rehearsals, which focused on psychic contend and attention ... it was not hard to do, but can be difficult if folks are not willing to participate.

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A nice surprise to wake up to this morning, perhaps even an early Christmas present!

Electric Orange have dropped a fun `interlude' album called `Nein! HITS à gogo - Golden Recordings'



The band describe it as:

"This is not the new Electric Orange album - it's the perfect album for your next party! Call it music for swinging dancers or non stop dancing album. Or in other words - it sounds like Amon Düül II and Can are jamming together with Supermax and James Last.

Do not worry, be aware you will recognize the typical psychedelic sound of Electric Orange.

"NEIN! Hits a edition gogo... Golden Recordings" will be available only on vinyl and appears in a limited edition of 500 copies:

https://electricorange.bandcamp.com/album/nein-hits-gogo-golden-recordings

Sounds great from streaming the album on that page, a nice mix of Kraut, psych, electronic, dirtier improvisations and outright weirdness!

Santa and Jebus just came early, baby!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote hellogoodbye Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 05 2015 at 15:34
I particularly liked the Ducktango.

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Quote Emerging from the vibrant Japanese psych explosion that has recently birthed Kikagaku Moyo (with whom they share a house) and Sundays & Cybele, Minami Deutsch formed in 2014 and quickly went to work on this their debut album. Minami Deutsch pull you along in the wake of their pulsating, futurist Krautrock as cyclical crystalline guitars ride along on the crest of a locked modular tantric groove. Minami Deutsch embody the ‘Endless Straight’ motorik of Neu!, La Dusseldorf and Harmonia, yet feel very part of the here and now
 
 
 
 
 
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Lamagaia - Lamagaius

Swedish band with kraut and space rock influences. Released on 12" in 2015:


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Magical Mind (1975) - SCARECREW

Has anybody mentioned about SCARECREW?


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Very very very good.Thumbs Up Thanks buddy Clap

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