Harald Grosskopf + Eberhard Kranemann present:

Thursday 5th October 19:00-23:00

Following their sold out show at Moth Club, Harald Grosskopf (Synthesist, Ash Ra Tempel, Klaus Shulze) & Eberhard Kranemann (Piss Off, Kraftwerk, Neu) transmit live their cosmic sonic visions of the future with Krautwerk.

Harald Grosskopf was the first drummer and percussionist in the world of electronic music who accompanied electronically-generated melody and basslines on drums. In the late 70’s he took to an apartment with his Minimoog and recorded one of the pioneering synth scores to be tagged kosmische, Synthesist, a mind bending journey through undulating rhythmic trippy sonic-scapes, way before Underworld’s slippy 90’s synth-scrapers.

“Synthesist offers a complex array of feelings and settings, but it flows together and feels complete. Throughout, is a sense of joy, wonder, and playful exploration, even when the music leans dark" Best New Reissue, Pitchfork

Harald has lined up in many legendary German Krautrock acts, making his name when playing drums for the art rock band Wallstein, while during that same period he met Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Manuel Göttsching's Ash Ra Tempel.

Eberhard Kranemann is an innovator in audiovisual art. Kranemann cofounded the electronic bands Kraftwerk, Neu and Pissoff. Throughout his career Kranemann pursues the origination of new worlds perceived and expressed through the unfamiliar and preternatural, challenging the conventional boundaries between art, sound and performance.

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