Electronic and krautrock-inspired jazz from Germany collected on 2xLP – The Vinyl Factory

Published onSeptember 30, 2019

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Spanning from motorik rhythms to psychedelia and beyond.

A new compilation called Kraut Jazz Futurism is showcasing the sounds of electronic and krautrock-inspired jazz from Germany.

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Kraut Jazz Futurism features 17-tracks, including music by by Karaba, David Nesselhauf, and Torben Unit.

Helmed by Toy Tonics Mathias Modica, it follows TTs German new wave compilation Teutonik Disaster released earlier this year.

Head here for more info in advance of Kraut Jazz Futurisms 1st of November release on Kryptox and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

LP 1

Side A

1. Karaba Der Inder2. SALOMEA Magnolia Tree3. David Nesselhauf Space Station4. Shake Stew Shake The Dust5. Karl Hector & The Malcouns Orange Man

Side B

1. Stimming x Lambert The Little Giant2. Sissi Rada Acrasian Beat3. C.A.R. Dick Schaffrath4. Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra J Schleia

LP 2

Side C

1. Oracles That Was I2. Onom Ogemo and the Disco Jumpers Liquid Love3. Torben Unit Free (Get Your Self Together)4. JJ Whitefield 14/08

Side D

1. Niklas Wandt Balanphontanz in drei Schben2. Ralph Heidel // Homo Ludens The Flood3. Keope A Night In Bacalar4. Toresch El Fuego

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