Saturday, June 1, 2013

Im Stollwerk





Cologne rules! I am a big fan of Dunkelziffer / Unknown Cases and especially of Dominik von Senger. Guess what my face looked like when I turned the cover of this LP to have a look at the back.... If you're a fan too - download immediately. If not - give 'em a try anyway.

Download expired in 2011. After I posted this in 2009 this post got only 1 (ONE!) comment in 2 years. Maybe some of you have snapped by now that these guys rule ; ) New link follows

Cheers,
Basso

11 comments:

basso said...

2nd try!

http://www.mediafire.com/?zpcl86nmiklsw93

Anonymous said...

Brilliant - thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks!!!!

Orlando said...

Wonderfull..
May thanks...

Anonymous said...

Amazing compilation! Thank you.

jG said...

So great to have this.

What was in the water in Koln that caused so much great ethno fusion to spring from the earth there??

It's not just Jaki!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much! Echoing JG's puzzlement.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic stuff, thanks so much!!!

kosmikino said...

Such a great compilation, the electronic music of Cologne has always been fascinating and the post-Can Unknown Cases/Dominik Von Senger/Phantom Band/Dunkelziffer nexus from the eighties has in my opinion been responsible for some of the most interesting music of the period.

Apart from 'Masimba Bele' I was pretty much ignorant of the music from Cologne during the early-mid eighties - too busy listening to Malaria, Xmal-Deutschland and Einsturzende Neubauten (which were the German bands pushed in the UK music press).

Dominik Von Senger ‎has been making some amazing music recently, the two singles from three or four years back on the wonderful Golf Channel label are well worth checking out.

I posted a link over at the now sadly defunct Mutant Sounds blog who also posted this compilation around the same time you did Basso.

Calisan said...

Quiza no me di cuenta de mi error, pero esta vez no lo dejare pasar!
Gracias Basso por esta maravillosa compilaciĆ³n!

onemanparty said...

thanks for the upload,heard Francesco Agostini's BA-BA-BA today at work (my boss has great taste) and instantly loved it!