Our brand new album titled simply “Musik” is currently in the works. It will take some time, as we want this to be an even better album than “The Aumega Sessions”, which reached Top-5 in the Underground Charts of the German Eclipsed-Rock Magazin for June 2018. So, enough of jam-sessions (though there will be free form madness on the new album for sure), and time to get to serious (though always with a sense of humor) songwriting… also master the new synths that appeared at Via Kosmische. We think the new, and very cool, album will be ready for January 2019… until then, fellow space tourists!
Goście z Kosmosu znacząco ułatwili nagranie i wypuszczenie tej płyty jeszcze w listopadzie. Na ich życzenie pozostają anonimowi. Ja osobiście cieszę się, że płyta skończona jeszcze w 2017 roku, choć nie nagrana w studio za parę tysięcy marek pod okiem R-U Kaisera. No cóż – inne czasy. Mam nadzieję, że nasz producent przynajmniej w geście podróży lysergicznych dorównuje RUKowi. W końcu to też ja. I Ty, drogi słuchaczu. Kosmische on…
The brutalist rock saga continues with a log from Doctor’s 2016 trips and dreams. We hope you enjoy this transmission lost in space. Thank you for your support! Here’s “Indiano”.
A new The Sauer Adler album, “Polish Tribal Music” is in its writing stages right now… we hope to share a new track by the end of the year. In the meantime, why not check out the A.J. Kaufmann solo catalogue @ http://ajkaufmann.bandcamp.com. We suggest starting with “Stoned Gypsy Wanderer” (2014) or “Kaufi” (2015), and moving from there into various albums, demos and ideas of the Sauer Adler main man. Hope you enjoy the sound, the vision, the music!
Things got so busy at Sauer Adler HQ, that we forgot to share the news about the new album, “Trippen Mit…” here. It’s been released August 5 2016. It is available for free @ our bandcamp page http://saueradler.bandcamp.com. Enjoy!
Thank you Jerry, for your ongoing support!
Performed in their guises as Doctor Cosmonaut on vocals, guitars, bass and ko(s)mische bicycle, and Crazy Radu on keyboards, guitars and bass, The Munich Tapes “tells the half-mythical z-movie story of a dangerous meeting with men machines backstage of an underground club for Earthlings, and an air ride on a rusted limousine”.