This here release is an avant-garde mixtape completed from various sources this year. Sometimes the sources got lost and it is hard to tell the dates and places and musicians and found tapes… it’s a mix of sound, a graffiti of noise that should cover every city’s walls. When walls weren’t machines, here’s the 2nd installation of anarcho kraut!
With 2 brand new recordings (“Android of Mu” + “Dim Dum”) we were hoping to start working on a brand new album. But while working, we realized, we are merely repeating old experiments, which were hidden well in our cupboard. So, we decided to dust off some “old” recordings and quickly issue a compilation album of unheard ideas, plus the 2 brand new tracks mentioned before. This is good news, but even better news is, that on October 23 we are entering a recording studio to cut the “Anarchokraut in Posen Stadt” album proper! Keep your fingers crossed! Punk on, stay kosmische.
After celebrating Rozbrat’s 23rd birthday – and a nostalgic trip – we decided to improvise a bit on a Sunday morning. We used 4 tracks only (well, okay, 5th track for the dub drum effect) – and had fun – aber es ist doch Kunst! Enjoy!
With a title that best describes our way through space and time (on Earth, Earthly time 2.09.2017, 19:18 – Persean time, 23-40-3797, 9-21) and music which fuses our old and new inspirations, here’s a new album of ours. A.J. Kaufmann is now jamming with everyone and anyone he can possibly jam with in Poznan, Poland, preparing to record a new album next year, and Luna Lenina got lost with her electronics somewhere behind the Schwarzwald moon, making love to the dawn birds, learning bass. There will be a new album, and the saga will continue into 2018 earth time for sure – but no new material is currently at hand. We are void, we are ready to receive. Transmission cuts here, and katzenmusik begins.
This album is a labor of love, dreamt at 13, and recorded between 2014-2017. All of the tracks have been previously released on A.J. Kaufmann’s solo albums. This compilation is free, but if you’d like to support the artist, please visit ajkaufmann.bandcamp.com and grab an album or two.