With a decision to keep things raw and keep first takes only, the album has been completed earlier than expected. We hope you enjoy our underground blast of brutalist rock/psychedelic noise rock. Here’s “Sauer Adler”, and now off to well-deserved long holiday. Until next time!
It is with pride and honor that we present the new brutalist rock album from Sauer Adler, pioneers of the genre, based in Poznan Poland. We hope you enjoy “Polish Tribal Music”, our first album for 2017! We will start working hard real soon on a follow up to this concept, but will probably not perform live this year. So sorry.
Thank you for listening!
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!
The new Sauer Adler album, “Trippen Mit…” is almost almost ready… Inspired by Melvins, krautrock, science fiction b- or even z-movies, road movies, The Who, Kurt Cobain’s wildest live solo guitar, Butthole Surfers, The Residents, Chrome, Hawaiian shirts, straw hats, jam sessions with local musicians, books about Russian submarines, random Polish art postcards, Norman Spinrad, and pornographic lighters it promises a lo-fi DIY brutalist rock sound experience unlike anything else you’ve possibly heard before, yet somewhat familiar to ears accustomed to space rock and krautrock. Here’s the first track off this album, “Wings”. Hope you enjoy, Sauer Adler!
The new Sauer Adler album, “Street Dada Brutalismus” was recorded between London and Poznan, Poland this summer. It contains 10 new tracks in the A.J. Kaufmann-coined genre of “brutalist rock”, focusing on recording first takes only, lazy vocals, dirty guitar riffs, mostly muddy and atonal guitar solos, primitive drum machines and even more primitive electronics. Our inspiration to make this album credited to “The Sauer Adler” started with the “Cold War Kid” track transformed from a heavy riffed rocker to electronic oddity earlier this year, when we both thought, hey, let’s make an album together, while aural impulses ranged from various Polish punk rock bands like Moskwa or Brak, Chrome, Ramones, early Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, Black Sabbath, Amon Duul II, Van der Graaf Generator, to brutalist architecture, old mystic books and nursery rhymes sheet music which made love to our ears in high concrete fashion. Recording was done live direct to the machine, but took about two months with large breaks for various life-related reasons, and turned out a bit claustrophobic, especially on headphones. We had much fun making this album, and we hope you will have lots of fun listening to it. Yours, Doctor&Luna, “The Sauer Adler”, 2016.