21 Burst results for "Kraftwerk"

"kraftwerk" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on KCRW

"Nick from it Whenever you hear Kraftwerk, you know, they're one of their songs have similarity to someone else's song. And you think Who did it first, you can pretty much take it to the bank that Kraftwerk did it. First. They did everything first from 1981 and Computer world. This is it's more fun to compute Kraftwerk on KCRW. She's not looking at you make sure that I'm doing community they have moved. Don't you hate about me, don't you? She does not compute. About moving through it, she will compute. Mm hmm..

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:44 min | 2 months ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A month. Sustaining membership to WN y se will send you the new sounds, Coffee mug. But there are lots of other waves and levels at which you can be a part of this community, So check it out. At new sounds dot or g'kar. Band called Lands, and Dorf is comprised of two members of the national and two members of the band Beirut, one of whom also often plays with the national The band name lands, and Dorf is kind of a portmanteau of the names of some of the musicians, Ben lands who plays keyboards and guitar. And Scotland. Bryan Devendorf, who are the rhythm section of the national on the fourth member is Aaron Aren't who also plays with the band Beirut. They've got a couple of records to their credit, which have a definite kind of Kraut rock sound. You know the electronic music we associate with German bands like Noi and clubs, Schultze and Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, etcetera. There's also a similarity to the Grand Brothers music in that a lot of these pieces build up to something that has a kind of driving dance pulse to it, and the piece we're going to hear is a good example of that. First Let's meet a couple of the members of Lands and Dorf, beginning with the bass player. Scott Devendorf, who explains where this interest in so called Kraut rock comes from. It's a style of music that you know goes back before your time. I would think. How did how did you guys get into that sound world? Yeah, absolutely. It predates us almost completely. And we mean Ben was into it much earlier via his older brother, Fritz, who's a head of that sort of music and said he gets a my brother and I came to a much later. I mean, there were bits of it that kind Right in the eighties, when we were growing up Kraftwerk and things like that. Sure, but I think really like when the I think Noi reissued their records in the early two thousands is a box set and we were on tour a lot with our other band, the National and we were listening to CDs in the car, and those were really great Driving is great driving music. We're driving vans around Europe and Been can recall many of these drives. I'm sure to when we're traveling together, but it's just it's really good traveling music and I think just that sort of our love of it is this kind of like, you know, Long highway kind of vibe That happens when you're listening to it. That is Scott Devendorf Bass player for the national end for this band Lens and Dorf. And let's hear the quartet recorded actually at their various homes. I'm not sure how they did this technically, but it worked out really well performing live a piece called those Eric Step. Ever. Yeah. It's called the Z. Eric Step. It's.

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You guys were up early enough to see the space X rocket blast off in outer space. I saw it on replay, Did you? What time did you go off? I think it was like 2 30 or 2 40 our time I saw a tweet by musk last night around midnight and he was he was he tweeted out live video of the astronauts sitting in the capsule. That's cool. And I was like, Oh, maybe is gonna happen in a minute and I looked at the timer in the top 2.5 hours ago. Oh, my God. They're gonna sit in that thing for 2.5 hours. I know and have to sit like with their feet in the air for two. And after it was that it was that low profile shot with this looking up at him. They're all just kind of like, Well, we're here. My neck hurts when I'm sitting here for two hours. I can't imagine said like that, but it's great that you know the private industry got involved with NASA. And and the private industry has to save money and make money because that's what private industry does. They don't have an open checkbook from the government, so they gotta reuse the rocket boosters. They gotta reuse the capsule. They gotta reuse the uniforms that everything. And and and it's great to see, you know, assess these guys go to space in what should be the modern space outfit, you know, looks like they're like it's like they're what's that band Anthea eighties. DeVeaux. Remember Kraftwerk was the same way. Yeah, they have those those jumpsuits, but it looks like four guys from Deveaux going up to the after bunk right exactly up to the space center, and then they get up there going quickly in the 1st 3.5 minutes. Of 3.5 minutes after the launch. They were going 17,000 miles an hour. I can't even and they were sitting there casually, like, you know, and and trying to act casually, Right? E mean, you know, the not be in your head the whole time. Just look normal. Just look normal by natural reaction. Yeah. Oh, my God. This is crazy. You know, it's a look. You know, you do that on a roller coaster. You go crazy. I wonder if it in this day and age. These these astronauts that trained for this specific miss or just in general nowadays, if they go through that same a training that we've all seen from, like the sixties where the gyroscope looping right, But they dont really miles an hour in a circle right underwater and they have to you, You know, they have to do like a Houdini thing to get out of, you know, they're straps and all that stuff. They still got to do all that stuff. I don't know that's interesting to see what they have to go through. But I guess it was three guys and a gal. I think it was some like that right? So the guys had to. Ah, you know, watch themselves no crazy jokes on the way up, But I also think that you know it's so great to watch. Because you know when you watch this rocket go up. I mean, man, that there is some thrust behind this. I don't know what Elon Musk is done and how he's able to create this, But that rocket gets up there and it is gone in in a split second. I remember the old rockets the old Apollo. They'd sit there forever. You know what? Blast off then? Be like 12 2000. Hey, is this thing gonna move? Now. It's like, you know, in eight seconds you can't see it anymore does seem like it's a definitely more of a slingshot. Takeoff used to be It is out of there, man. Unbelievable. Let's get some my audio of that, man. Here we go. The space X rocket just earlier this morning carrying four astronauts, two of them, That's the international My problem. Here we go. Here we go. A launch of the space X rocket just earlier this morning carrying four astronauts, two of them American. The international space station, Our transportation correspondent, Joe, but he does was right there at Cape Canaveral, do you? I'm gonna put you on the spot. I saw you earlier this morning, right before lift off on our overnight show..

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

08:17 min | 9 months ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Were were Bowie kids all of us revolt. David Bowie we'd fallen in love with Ziggy Stardust and we sort of carried that with us really that's definitely the running theme throughout the book. It's everyone's passion for Bowie. Yeah, that that is the through line. I guess, you know with with the Beatles everyone started up a band. How did Bowie influence your personal style? Well, I so I wrote I've written two books on very my first book on thought. He was about his his his his appearance on top of the pops big TV show in the seventies when he's here when he came on and played Starman and this at the time this was this was such a generational moment top of the pops at the time was watched by about twelve million people which would have been about twenty-five percent of the population massive show. I mean twenty-three was big and it's it's a real rite of passage for people of my generation or David Bowie Starman and it kind of changed our lives and I remember the last song Go ahead and sort of long conversation with my father before he died was in nineteen three two thousand in his eleven and he came to stay at Christmas in Hindi said what he working on the road, you know, you working on any books I said, yeah. I'm working on this project and working on this book, which is about David Bowie's the parents on top of the pops in 1972 and what it what why what it meant to the culture and how easy it started all of these little sort of regulates of culture and how it influenced so much and I described that the Amazing Music I'd cried the color. I describe the color of his hair what he was wearing but lights the whole thing and my father let me hang on for ages talking about this and then he very quietly said you do realize we had satellite television is sort of fade into it afterwards, but it was a very important moment and people and I was twelve at the time and people responded in many different ways. Some people started dressing like their way some people wanted to go and see Bowie in concert. Some people wanted to buy all these records. What I wanted to do was have hair like David Bowie dead. And so I summoned up the courage to call around various what in those days who Unisex hair salons those hair salons that would that would be men and women's hair in the same place, which was still a kind of freaky idea of the time and I called a few of them and said, I want to add my halo Debbie Bourbon and most of them didn't know what I was talking about one did and I made it a a an appointment to go and see them so know how to fold it. So the Saturday afterwards so in about 10 days after this show on a Saturday a go up this past summer, I'm twelve years old bugger photograph head buried and I said, I'd like to look like that please and then the pleasure of screens looked at my floppy hair cuz I'd long land. Can you said dead? Absolutely. No way. Can I give you her hair lightly, but I was really disappointed but I didn't want to leave without something. So actually I left that day looking like Dave Hill the guitarist enslaved you had sort of like cross hair and long hair and the weird thing is when I when I read going to George's autobiography that came about twenty years ago. He had exactly the same. Thursday. The same is very strange. That was that was my attempt to look like David very but though he had he did have a huge effect on people huge effects and I think obviously he became the very important artists that I think one of the few people from this world who you could say was touch with genius. I honestly think that David Bowie is the Picasso off of this world. I think he was an extraordinary artist, but he did have long tentacles and the sort of the reverberations of David Bowie and what he did to the dog Shut specifically with with with style and music with very influential for this. For the sort of sweet dreams new romantic. The other through line is is birth ferry that you touched on which I I didn't really realize the the impact he had in the UK and how important he was. Please explain why it was Bowie and Bryan Ferry that that meant so much to to the youth Harry began. I think that the early Roxy music albums were as revered as the early David Bowie albums in the 7th for your pleasure and Stranded and Country Life. They were they were they were they were real Touchstone records because he was fusing that idea is sort of future retro Style with hard rock people really really resonated with people and then when he started falling solo he had he was very his theme was he he wanted to be sophisticated dead. Both in himself and in the way, he portrayed himself in in his art in in the way that that he was photographic thousand covers the way he appeared on stage it wage out looking like Gary Cooper or what Cary Grant it was all about dressing up in tuxedos and with with with you know, with smoking jackets and being photographed by swimming called with models and he was a working class guy from Newcastle and this will share aspiration and I think from lots of working-class and lower-middle-class people like myself. He looked at Bryan Ferry and went. Wow. I thought that I want I want to be in that in that world. It was a far it was a much narrower seem of influence than Brewery, but it was just as important. And I I quote a friend of mine in the book or Fiona dealer who the who the book is dedicated to and she describes going to a Brian Ferry concert at the role of life and looking up and seeing what she thought was a sort of VIP box and thinking to herself. That's what I want that that's what I want. And actually that's last driving for sophistication and an idea of a sort of moneyed world was definitely something which which drove this scene and I think that Bryan Ferry became sort of less influential the older he became and as he came into the ages the two reasons a because the music became so refined but it was worth it seeks to have a sort of cultural impact and secondly I think because because he was such a traditionalist because he basically wanted to be an English country gent he wanted to be part of the aristocracy that his birth. Yeah, the sophistication became sort of old-fashioned to a group of people who were in their twenties had been who had been exposed to lots of different types of sophistication than they were perhaps already slightly more culturally sophisticated than Bryan Ferry was well, you mentioned I mean in the eighties that you had a couple of quotes like there was a quote saying all you needed is a tape recorder and a microphone to create some music and that you know, that's that's why I became or you know, like someone who else was talking about this artist was laughing that's you know, there were artists trying to learn three chords All I need was one finger suddenly music is changing. I think that the if you think that if the sex pistols with the sort of lodestar for the punk generation then same thing than Kraftwerk will probably the lodestar for for this generation. There was actually a real sort of punk element to a lot of this music particularly the sent the sent you was dead. Because you're right instead of learning three chords and bashing out a punk so they were buying computers and try to make music that way. And of course, I think people always get that wage Musical and vision is always married by Talent. So the the music you're making is a combination of what you wanted to sound like in what you're actually able to make it sound like an age where that's where the that's where.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Their influence I was was David Bowie. In fact when I saw blowing seventy six station station he opened with. He didn't play it with the help him with a craftwork song play on the loudspeakers Tom. You Joy Division Gary Numan Eurythmics who is also a conny plank. Produced Group Spandau Ballet. There's so many groups were so influenced by this stuff was quite remarkable. Absolutely David Bowie. As you mentioned lovecraft work and V two Schneider as a sort of tribute to Florian and I think part of the reason why these bands were so intrigued by craft. Work is because you listen to these beats that they're using and it's so different from Blues based rock and Roll. There's nothing blues-based about craft. Rick sound it's really coming from this alien place so it sounds so different from like you know. Let's say a ban like the rolling stones. Craftwork is like the opposite of the rolling stones. It's coming from such a different place from such an alien place that it sounds kind of weirdly fresh because you're just like where is this music coming from? Are these people? Robots you know on the man machine. There's a song called a famous song called the robots which I love and and you know I remember when I picked up my first craftwork record. I'm like are these real people or are they robots. You know. I'm not really sure when greatest revelations I've ever had a show they played. I think it was the Warner Theater in Washington D. C. eighty-one this show with computer world. And you know how crowds are banned. Comes out everybody screams. They play the hit song. Everybody screams craftwork. Songs are kind of the same emotional energy. Unlike US mentioned the rolling stones when they blast that guitar and the drums hit really hard. It's a very different experience. Some when they're playing soft song and people react that way well in craftwork played. You got the same reaction as you would have has if somebody's Keith. Richards up their playing a guitar. When the encore came everybody just jumped out of their seats. Cheering really loud and nothing. Very different had happened happened eight minutes before so there was kind of like this. Pavlovian thing witness of people and crowds and reaction to music that despite the even and I'm not taking away from F- emotional quality the craft of music is there's emotion in it but it doesn't build in that way but yet people still react in that way and I was just a an unforgettable moment for me and I think if I'm not mistaken the end of the show the last song that was played instead of the four members of craftwork who stand basically still at their. You know desks or tables or whatever. Black turns were replaced by mannequins in the eighty-one tour and yet people again cheered and we're enthralled every bit as much as they would be at any other concert at an encore despite the fact that not only was an emotionally the same as all the other fourteen. Whatever songs but there weren't any people behind the instruments. Oh absolutely and the the nine hundred. Ninety one tour is when craft were played in India. Craft replayed two gigs in Mumbai which was then called Bombay. I've read some accounts of those gigs. That are just sounds. It sounds pretty amazing. I think the whole robot thing that you mentioned and and you know are they human or are they post human. Part of the genius I think of craft work is that for me. Growing up is an Indian female. I could relate somehow to these white Germans in Germany because they portrayed themselves as robots. They could be anybody. Could be white black Indian. You wouldn't know really awesome. Had this kind of cross cultural appeal. Because they're saying in a way that it's not really about what we look like. Just look at these robots instead it gave them this cross cultural appeal that I think is really interesting where I think there are a lot of kids who grow up thinking man. I WANNA be a robot when I grow up I wanna be just like craft work And it gave you this interesting way of thinking about things that Was beyond the human designations that we have on earth but that things could be somehow different or somewhat weird but maybe on an alien planet or you know maybe they're robotic or maybe they're cyborgs. I don't know there's something else. Removed the EGO from music which was kind of a beautiful thing. They were interchangeable but yet there were still emotion to it even though they did do interviews and things like that they kept everything under this secrecy. Nobody really knew how they were making. These sounds and so they developed this real interesting air of mystery and regardless of whether you're a Superfan of craft work or you've just only casually heard a song or to the impact of craft work on popular music is indelible. Thanks for all that. That's Today Al. She's a music writer and wrote the book. Another green world is a book about Brian. Ito's amazing nineteen seventy five album. Let's go out on crack lurks 1983 Single Tour de France boiling for NPR music. It's phones considered.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"So again move. Wordplay here with craftwork. Radio-activity was sort of the that symbol for radio activity a nuclear power that but if I remember at the record title was Radio Dash Activity and in my mind. It's in the air for you and me. I thought about it as about four. The radio they packed a lot into a little the lyrics of radio-activity who clearly and literally mention a lot of references to radiation. And they them over the years when they would play live to include some new examples of radioactive accidents or radiation. But one of the things I find so interesting about craftwork is that craftwork didn't sing songs about like love. The subject matter that most bands singing songs about craft is singing songs about Autobahn bonds and radiation or train travel. You know they're singing about things that no bands singing about which is really cool to me and it was really often about the interaction between the human and the machine so in the case of the Audubon is man and car and the case of reactivity man in the radio or radio or nuclear power. Transient man and train and guy can go on. I guess with later Tour de France Man Human Bicycle Computer World and I love that about them because it was always so different from everything else around them in the melody so simple and beautiful. Yeah they really had a knack for writing really memorable melodies and other cool thing about radioactivity. Is You can hear that. Really kind of ghostly sounding choir that electronic sound in the background that's a device called the Orchestra. N- that's making that freaky sounds.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Caught a lot of his friends. He's a writer a not convinced by Lauryn hill and find that album. I mean at the time of release in the wake of its release to be sought focus which is which is really interesting because it was still has a very high reputation. Another place I might. Just mentioned is just a lovely lovely piece by Carol clock which is essentially bit Sherry for a tribute to the Great Jerry. Remind it's just a great piece really informed by personal experiences with Joey another punks and she talks to a lot of the punks like rat scabies. Who adored the reminder infants other minds and look? I mean a million pieces written by the months. Sometimes you when which reminds one extrordinary. Staw Anti Stall Jerry remind wars and I'm just fundamentally decent human being and I met him a couple of times in I just love this guy. He was so sweet. I desire most decent rebutting the law. I know how difficult the bit noise and an Johnny Ramone was close to. Actual Rosen is a political exactly. Yeah just go for a couple of quick things. Three things to mention first of which is our first piece on the Neil Kelly trail which I added trying to give a shoutout to VAT. He's jazz pianist but he's also played with the brand new heavies adult. So he he when he does his own stuff. It's jobs but he also plays you know. Popping Raucous kind of keyboards makes his money playing for Adele. Yeah I imagine so. I'd hope so anyway but actually quite an interesting sort of modern jazz trio pianist along the vein of the band plus and Gogo Penguin and bands. Like that. Where it's quite. It's not sort of that. There are no lengthy improvised. Solos or anything like that. It's it's quite tight and I mean progressive might give you sort of impression of something you would want to listen to but actually I think of is really interesting quite angular. And he's playing the Clintons with review by David Sinclair and what David's interest. Is They use pop and rock structures in a jazz context to bring out the best of both worlds especially on the choppy groove of hug. The Greyhound passengers a lot so I do think there's some interesting. Naw Contemporary Jazz Group. You can't hug a greyhound to sorts of vigorously that kind you. They're very very skinny. You can hug a labrador or Econ give Greyhound a very very very affectionate. You'd get breakfast. Noting don't get bruised and decided to take off for run. It probably kicking very hard in the face probably. Yeah I love. We analyzed. That took the whippet. But it's not called widgets. Small greyhounds remember that very versatile session. You couldn't hug a greyhound in hug a whippet as to to vigorously sorry about that tangent and that was this week's episode of of the Rocks Back Pages. Dogs CAST sponsored by. Cross next up is overview of a vampire a closer look at the weekends lyrics now. This is interesting because the weekend is a pretty massive. Staw and this is Joan calvet writing in the John. Calvin is a quote guilt. Ridden ultra fan of misogynists Canadian. Rb Style the weekend here. Instead of brushing the theme music under the carpet or tending to explain ways theatre. He takes forensic look his lyrical content. Now I think that'd be an interesting goal. Although it doesn't up being sort of like he might misogynist. It might be theater. But then I'm just GONNA analyze lyrics for awhile without really coming I. I'm so excited. Uncomfortable with with the weekends Zurich's because there's a lot of violence and misogyny in them and I think that his claim that it sort of he's just playing a role is a little bit of a cheap get out but I mean it's quite long essay on the lyrics and it does. It does go into what he's saying. What is represented in these sort of a self hating rb star? Who played on his early stuff? I mean when he started getting really. Massive hits definitely sanitized a bit but the early trilogy of Mix Tape School the House of balloons trilogy. And there's some really disturbing stuff I mean sonically. It's quite interesting but listening to it now. It's quite uncomfortable as well so I think that's an interesting piece exploring those dimensions of it. And whether or not it's possible to another journalist saying aren't made from the point of view of villains and monsters compelling loving it does not equal condoning horrific behavior which is a sort of a tricky debate. And one that we've talked about before but that does come a point when if you are supporting someone who's making really violent claims and then music that has a sort of it can be bit tricky. Why does he smell the weekend? With any to ease. Its Edgy vowels. I think right on so I don't know movies music. Well no I like that record about. Not being able to feel his face.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"How would you compare to the fabulous Alia's Letitia? I'm thinking probably no relation to Mattis Love Christine and the Queens Pace we learn a lot about how she crates this persona of Christain and she's very very transparent about that. She didn't feel very good about shoes. Confused about her gender identity without she's a crazy. Christine became this absolutely fabulous popstar. It's a great place from two thousand sixteen. You're Christening I think. I think I've been berated enough time French that I should get this right now. I think it's a Louise Louise. I pray that I got that right. Yes no I think. She's great I think music is fantastic and I think I talked about this piece when I added it. Actually probably it's great as well because it mentions another French singer called Jane who I really like and she makes just really good interesting. Pop Rock Music. I think it's it's just moved. She's got this well. I mean Yeah. I'd love to see a live. I I you you've seen I haven't seen I've just haven't videos okay. Love the what she does with adults is in it so I love the imperfection of a you know. It's very very deliberately not immaculately choreographed in the something much more three very very free the whole the whole thing that you know what you're saying about struggles with her gender identity and all this stuff and I just think she she's delightfully iconoclastic but not in a sort of I dunno reductive way. She's just herself and she's just there and I think it's I think she's one of the great popstars at the moment. I have to say an absolute delight. Well those are the three pieces by laser who we of course delighted to have on OB. I've really loved finding Lisa stuff. 'cause it's a lot about hip hop and our B. and pop as well. I think it's great to have stuff on absolutely great so mark. Do you want to tell us about this? Week's Odier John Tumbler again. We had him feed should his infused quite a lot recently with them and this was brick house. He was at this point in his career. Rick Nelson Nine hundred well. Johnson says nine hundred seventy three. I think it may be seventy four but sort of by the by. I'm rick now for those who don't know Ricky Nelson starts off as a child star on a TV series. Asean Harris in Hollywood. Back in the sixties starring his hair his actual his actual parents. Yes then he bronx out as happens frequently in the present day instinct pop music how does really substantial hit with kind of late period of Brooklyn? Roll tune called. Hello Mary Lou. Which was a huge huge hit? Goodbye home deed. Yes that's this little. And then he rebuilt his career as a sort of early comfy person. Very you know who the Pylon. They're real alongside. The likes of Linda Ronstadt lose people in Los Angeles who was sort of and almost before. Any of yeah. I mean the bright lights and country music blade was nine hundred sixty seven. Wow lays some claim to be when you could sites but you could all get it. It's not the first indeed so which is kind of interesting career then has this. This interview takes place a year or so often. Had this big hit with the Song Garden Party from the album of the same name which was all about and he talks about Cincinnati about how he had been on a rock and roll revival Madison Square Garden the Garden of policy. They were very big at Alamo Revival. How he's booed by the audience for playing his his current staff. You know you're not allowed to do that. And in fact what was the first because it's a very short clip talks about precisely this prospect process because he had to leave Mary Lou. Hello Mary Lou. Behind a not trapped by his past and elsewhere interview talks people at Chuck Berry. Evli brothers are trapped by the history and he used very very so dispersed.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Because it. How's that beat that when there are only listening to the sounds and the beat the pristine brilliance across Transcends lose did seem very ironic at the time that this magazine stiff looking white band would end up. Being the most influential ACTON why tax in history dance music. But that it's the it's the sounds the textures the rhythms Detroit. Th-the huge. I Chicago House but Detroit to take more. I find fascinating. I really like that. The very stiff looking very wise as you can get in some respects advances. Have such a huge impact so I mean it was interesting. Also certain tax became billion black. America like George Michael that some people annoyed about that yet. But Crawford were in somehow so other worldly that people didn't bother about that right other other fish to fry and the Glenn are brought into an Glenn Great Gun Lebron's on my very favorite interviews from Andy Warhol's interview magazine. This is seventy seven unruffled. Florin have company you. I mean this is the full. Africa bombarding like that and they've come to New York to pick her up an award at the disco woods and Glen says they've already made an enormous impact on the world of disco in the lost by combining perfect. Don't speak with graceful intelligent melodies and fully conceptualized things showroom dummies was a tremendous popular disco. Hits they're also they'll be listening people be listening to on these fantastic systems built. There's like the Paradise Garage and mankind has lost and what those records must have sounded like on systems. It's just that would be unbelievable talking of this last night when we learned I'm GonNa see Flora and has been turns out he's been dead for week. He died every week ago. Didn't take but I plan Crawford Sponsored for and it sounded absolutely brilliant on my little Mac book. I'm nobody I've coast to use the ultimate hi fi expert. I mean not many records so sounds just let you jump out of a tiny laptop speakers and I just remind me how. How Extraordinary Pristine in an immaculate. They're SONEX got the nature of electronic music and electro NICs and same as early computer games sort of eight bit sound actually sounds good on anything Because it's designed whether it's actually a byproduct of its electric nurse. Well it should be settled. They most of the stuff from their classic era which I would say ends with computers. Well tonight's one that they didn't have a computer. I mean it's analog then re recorded and re sequence and programmed everything on confuses when they went onto a ten years later but it had been done when they have a computer world album. They didn't have a canoe. Hey flat sort of very bizarre personal computers but it wasn't part of the music making process. Didn't they have some basic sequences very simple sequences? And things like that. I must say I'm actually not the right person to give you. The exact load of their equipment was good enough Simon expert. No you are absolutely next. But one of the things he writes about in the nine thousand would direct his Is I mean you talk about emotion? And of course they were saddled with us. I did a very sort of cold and robotic and of course it's absolute nonsense. There's so much mountain earlier. Isn't there in neon lights and I would say even the modal. I finally a tremendous sadness in this goes back to that long standing sort of raucous ideas. The music has to be played on bits of wood. Wood strings. And that if it's `electronic it somehow else official was `electronic waves and sound however you produce some Incredibly motion persona narrow used as an example of that Fingers Inc. Track can fail it which has no words but is like a religious gospel thing and electric's it. Sir As the idea that the motion old Elettronica cold or else officials is just plain wrong. I mean it's a win-win it's isn't very pleased that you're running my directors. Cover that ask because I wrote four thousand words. Milovan my jostle and the full House as they did. Was Ralph Hudson. Basically cut all my ideas advocate to make way for just interview which I was quite annoyed with at the time. I love the fact that this now world in its proper version splendid token floor. And just a little bit. He essentially he left. The group was there is your take on. It was some kind of falling out or estrangement Ronaldson Lawrence communicates very often off. I'VE AENEAS I did actually ask about this off three left. His version of it was simply. That was just yesterday that I had bally's since then which is depressing Seminal Society is the rouse take on. It was simply that he really started enjoying going out and playing live every year and flora just didn't he didn't see the point of playing live will time and they did go after coming back into the live. Reno they did actually put on you know. Thousands of shows each year. They went rare in that sense. And he just got old enough to two thousand and eight while you carry on without me but as flora on was a conceptualist with Ralph. He also believed absolutely from the beginning that they weren't Kroft across. That was an idea that would actually mystified by the sort of celebrity interest in them. Calls early heightened times by the fact that you know It's unlike prints if you don't talk to people people become much more interested but they just didn't understand why people wanted to know what they got to. It's not a basset us. That again was slightly ahead of its time in the sense that when they came out culture personality was enormous and they were all the full shadow that Yet twelve years later when we really did badly-needed Yasser ended and care. I mean the great thing is they all now revered on the same level you might almost site as miles Davis Jimi Hendrix to Bob Dylan David Bowie in their field. In terms of what? They didn't how they changed music. In the way you described so well son they on now and it's not just a of fanatics who would cite the. I think most of US appreciate that. These guys culturally musically with joins absolutely and the loss crosswalk thing. I did was an hour. Long documentary to the European lots channel offset which Ronald BBC vocal? Wet Pop us and I had a very long amusing fan boy conversation with molly for that which ended up cop down to about half an hour in the program which a lot of people complained about. The length of it was actually. You could see data turning tonight in the background. I suppose read lots of schools appropriately place to talk to me which I said I made him look good which was already kind. But he's brilliant and his point which he might which a lot of people got caught. Noida about was the teams concerned that was influential as the Beatles get a argued that very convincingly of course a lot of people I read about it. Yeah and Bowie said he was have the Crawford were. His favorite group was a huge influence on. I mean they to Schneider. Long Heroes is is Laura. My Point African American music because they changed the sound of dance music. You know this right across the board you listen to Eddie. Sleazy any techno cross record of that stuff that is club music. Wherever you go in the world you go into your hearing. Something actually derives very dark. I'd like to come back to Bonnie's point about how he was central to cross. What breaking because Crawford actually a lot of the early critics so very distant understand material MMA in some points frankly xenophobic. He took them to his breasts trillion when they met him. When was touring in the seventies Germany? He was driving around in a Mercedes playing to bond all adult. I wanted to meet them. He then stolen they on lighting his stage two and they have this evening but most importantly to them he have very has a. He has a face. Like he'll be talking about pixies or near the time in the mid Seventies. He was talking about Crawford all the time when the press hung on every word like tablets of stone for business so they benefited enormously from him banging on about yes and said the Bony Crawford. Connections is very significant. And I just love the first time I ever had trans Europe express one of my absolute favorite Crawford trice when they meet Iggy pop and David Bowie. It's so cool..

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"What has died aged seventy three and joining us to talk about the almost unparalleled infants that German Greek is all be contributor and Carter expert Simon Witter Welcome. Hi Welcome Bonian. And they'll act great. Thanks for calling all the papal rope section. At the fact it's great to see Simon. Can you sum up in one? Short eight and Pithy Hargrove exactly why crosswalk were so important and are so important. That's incredibly digital's pithy paragraph. Put you on the spot. Yeah well basically. They started with a blank canvas. After the second ball woven German culture had not existed for twenty years. Abbas shame and sort of reinvented music. Have to take from anywhere else. We're GONNA start singing and gentleman which Nolan no young people did and they what they imagined sounds that didn't exist yet to MS instruments and went to a lot of the computer companies in the Rhineland area where they were and ask people what they're working on very dry mathematical things to come up with instruments so they effectively created an entire sound that no one else could do because as instruments didn't exist then also discover the an idea what sort of job in folk music that was based on environmental sounds. Germany of the motorways of the factories that had all sorts of earlier influences from the reminds governor as well but they liked very much to get inspired just by listening to things around them that weren't records and their influence is basically by the time they had perfected what they were doing in the late seventy s. I would say the perfect album is man machine in seventy eight which is almost perfect in every way and sounded like a window to the future. Yeah Yeah and it had an amazing cover which animal shelter done based on Russian constructivism and everything. They did was informed by huge network of Ideas. But if you understood none of that matter it just looked and sounded extraordinary so one of the three pieces. We're GONNA fate you're on the homepage Simon. This week is your epic twenty. Five retrospect to some other which I mean I have to say I read. It is just absolutely superb. I think if anyone's listening on the radio won't understand why cross what was so great so important read this pace and it is the director's cut version. It's mainly artist sexually. It's based on interview with Ralph Hooda. Who CO-FOUNDED CRAWFORD with floor in about those two men and the difference between them and know what might Florence special well. I should say festival that I met. How many times but Florio never. Because he'd already decided ten years before I talked to them that he had enough of interviews. And if you're saying there's an epic terrible Brazilian TV interview from Nineteen Ninety on Youtube of asinine. Woman has to get something out of him with joy backstage at the festival. You can see Light Robert Deniro. Some of the people who didn't want to do interviews. You could see why when you sleep. Big Interview he was he was the funny one actually like a lot of bounds where people don't see humor like pink floyd. They always thought of that stuff was funny now was getting off work also both of them sort of love him but Florida was the bodies locked about he was hurt a sat in that piece. You mentioned. He Discard Floor Amazon. Sound Fascist when the first CODA was built for crosswalk into the man who did it sounded to human and could be make it a bit more robotic. Yes and he had. He was always tinkering with sound and had finally I gather in recent years been given a post as German university. In some sound. He'd never practically took out. Is that cows. Real University. Appointed him some sort of professorship and they'd never shut up he was basically interested in in the sound of the future of course personally that we're very interested in in cycling on that endlessly enormous loops of Europe on that bikes and one of the things that inspires all of their stuff is is the idea of motion phone. Martian travel internationalism. Let's of stuff. That's why that was records Trans Europ Express which about traversing the continent and the rhythms they come up with came from breathing and heartbeat and cycling. And things like that. I mean intellectually. They were very brilliant worldly. Yeah I mean they're into music. The other two pieces do feature Florence baking some one from some five called Dallas on the autobahn except it's a Scottish also bomb when the maybe that I you took on Florin is in severe. And then Leonard Brian into being wealth and flora and full interview in nineteen seventy seven and. Then when he's very articulate rows may have been more of the Socialist spokesman. I suppose well I think he was just happier talking. It's not necessarily have more to say. Flora wasn't interested in that I mean I always thought choking slower on. His father was a famous architect who had built Cologne apple and various paces and I always thought across wigs a bit like architecture that they resembled the Pompidou Centre know. `sound sound is a sort of blaming. Toubon of modernism with any of the sentimental flourishes with all its tech only outside proudly that in the seventies you. We're all about from Jasper old enough to remember when people had high FIS in wooden cabinets on television smartphones. Well how'd you know he hasn't got one in the wouldn t to have a high fight? It wouldn't cabinet terribly retro. They didn't have any of those. Wouldn't panels was all gleaming on the outside and that's very it was very architectural. Very precise and beautiful. Jasper being half German. I mean what craft the meantime and. I know that you're fine but I'm just interested in how you hear crosswalk at the age of twenty three. I think that very interesting and I've always been into electronic music also because it was one of the first kinds of music that I was able to make for myself beyond playing the piano but for me it cannot have the newness that would have done at the time so for me. It's very interesting as the germ of so many ideas that you can trace afterwards it. It's not necessarily exciting in a sort of. Wow this is so different anything. I've heard before but it is exciting in the sense of. Wow these guys were visionaries and they can really see what was possible with technology but the other thing that I like is that I'm not only Joan. Actually Joan part of my family is from. The Rheinland is from New York alone. Dicit doff. So that is the Germany that I know as well that industrial landscape very flat and I really liked the point. You make about the humor of actually something talked about when door. Linski came on the pod is like people often seen these robotic and people laugh at them when in fact people should be laughing with them. Because there's so much humor in what they do something that I really really appreciate because it's a kind of humor that I well. There's a lot of a lot of humor. Sort of visually aesthetical whatsoever. Retro-futurism only all black the black and white stuff from the named signs. The Lights of old coach Bossa full seven. Eleven flying by the background also lyrics in Germany. One of the things. I've found frustrating. A lot of the I mean. That's so much a reaction to German culture time. The neatness the politics the surveillance state the sort of hippie going back to the country that rebelling against all of that and celebrating technologies. But there's also a lot of humor in the songs in. Its they translate them so much of that goes wrong. I mean like the model which is a very dry unfunny song in German and English. Sounds like an idiot. I mean the seven year old. I love it. It's just sort of bizarre. That thing which I didn't seem to mind about that although interesting I think that many groups have a song that kind of hey have to play for crosswalk it would have been the model I mean. They dropped that for years in their live set because of course it come as a hit in in the early eighties when it was in bayside a new single from previous album so it was completely wrong. Them and suddenly the English would put it as only number one hit and they didn't want keenum like warrants. Avon levels of London..

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Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73

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Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73

"News with the fathers of electronic music is done Florian Schneider co founded craftwork in nineteen seventy well the group never achieved real mainstream success craft work is influenced everything from hip hop to daft punk to David Bowie based largely on Schneider's pioneering sound chatter left the group in two thousand eight the group honored with a Grammy lifetime achievement award in two thousand fourteen Florian Schneider died after a short battle with cancer he was

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Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73

"One of the founders of the hugely influential electronic music group craftwork has died more from ABC's Jason Nathanson Florian Schneider is known as one of the fathers of electronic music co founding craft work with Ralph who turned nineteen seventy releasing the groundbreaking album autobahn nineteen seventy four I trained flautist Schneider started experimenting with synthesizers and mourn the late sixties helping to define the craftwork sound that would influence everyone from daft punk to David Bowie Bowie paying tribute with the song V. two Schneider and his heroes out working two thousand eight the group honored with a Grammy lifetime achievement award in two thousand fourteen Florian Schneider died after a short battle with cancer he was

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi Sang. A new legal battle is brewing over Education Secretary Betsy Devos's decision to Rollback Obama era rules and bolster protections for students accused of sexual assault on school or college campuses. Kerr carapace of member station W. G. B. H. Boston reports the US Department of Education has finalized new title. Nine regulations. New Rules will prohibit the use of a single investigator to resolve sexual misconduct complaints on campus. The rules also add dating violence and stalking to the definition of sexual harassment. While limiting that definition to conduct that is quote severe perverse and objectively offensive colleges will be required to hold hearings with both sides represented education secretary. Betsy Devos says the change ensures due process for the accused all airline had already rescinded Obama era guidelines for how schools handle sexual harassment and assault claims advocates for sexual assault survivors. Call this a big step backward and they plan to sue for NPR news. I'm KIRK AIR IN BOSTON. President trump says he no longer plans to wind down. His Corona virus taskforce instead. He plans to add two or three new members by Monday. His earlier announcement drew backlash because the rate of infections in the US still climbing Illinois is presenting a plan to it's twelve million plus residents that opens their state's economy in five stages. Npr Shero correlate with details. Jay Pritzker says Illinois is already in phase tube is five part plan at allows non-essential retail stores to offer pickup and delivery service while social distancing guidelines and a stay at home order set in phase. One remain an effect future phases guidelines that allow schools and restaurants to reopen. But pritzker says. That's only if certain health benchmarks are met. Here's the truth and I don't like it anymore than new until we have a vaccine or an effective treatment or enough widespread immunity that new cases failed to materialize. The option of returning to normalcy doesn't exist and that means figuring out how to live with Covert Nineteen. He says until it no longer exist. Cheryl Corley. Npr News Chicago. The USA's top diplomat to South Asia is calling for an investigation into reports that Iranian guards tortured Afghan citizens at a border crossing. Npr's Diaa Hadid is monitoring reports being filtering out that on May first Iranian border. God's beat up dozens of Afghans trying illegally into the country and then folsom to jump into a river where some drowned the Afghan government and Taliban have condemned the incident announcing. Us diplomat. Alice. Well says she supports a cold front investigation and says those found guilty should be held accountable. Npr's DEA headed reporting at last check on Wall Street. The Dow is down fifty six points at twenty three thousand eight hundred twenty six this is NPR news Florian Schneider one of the CO founders of the influential electronic band craft. Work has died just a few days after seventy third birthday. According to a statement from the Batch Snyder had cancer. Npr's Andrew Limbaugh reports craft was responsible for introducing a new sound to pop music in craft. Works top forty hit autobahn. The band captured the feeling of driving on highways combined. Synthesizers voters and other electronic instruments with acoustic wants to craft a sound that influenced generations of musicians across all types punk pop dance. Schneider was born in Germany in nineteen forty seven and joint. Raf There in nine hundred. Seventy two form craft work together with a rotating cast of other musicians the band pioneer electronic music in the pop world search for in China left the group into dozen need to focus on his solo projects. Andrew Lombok. Npr news proving. Some bonds can still be strong after two hundred years. One of the organizers of a gofundme page to help native American stricken by Corona Virus says the people of Ireland have helped raise more than two point six million dollars for food water and asks.

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"kraftwerk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kraftwerk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Elektra in German university in Birmingham dive a special interest in German electronic band Kraftwerk best band ever rich in the Mr Williamson I know both from West Germany they met in nineteen sixty eight they realize they wanted to be sort of a proper band with four band members and that was cut bottle somewhat confused at the time it's very crucial to understand that they were members of the so called nineteen sixty eight generations first generation off Germans being born after the war so this was a generation that question step parents compliance and the opportunism with the **** regime they wanted to build a new zero out of Germany this notion of starting from scratch and that also involves inventing a new type of German music the music that was not modelled on British or American bands and what would be more John in the way than the autobahn and what would be more drum then the wave and technology would be nice if it would turn on the radio the coolest thing in the world the Wynn craftwork went on tour to support the album computer world they got together with the Casio corporation and they had pocket calculators coal branded these musical calculators and you got with it a song book if you wanted to play the pocket calculator were dear Taschen reckoner press four five nine nine eight four five eight eight seven four five nine nine and it would sound kind of like this I live in Tampa Florida I'm David Sanborn tonight the pleasure of being married to Jennifer this over in the corner is our American he was an attendee or wanting as well if we called him the best man again and he has a permanently flashing LED Thailand red LED watch the fact that what he's actually standing behind the podium we created for the wedding we're.

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