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Bernd Kistenmacher - Head-Visions LP

It was Klaus Schulze’s album “Moondawn” (1976) which altered the trajectory of Kistenmacher’s life when he heard it on the radio at the tender age of 16. The sequencer patterns, melody lines and soundscapes trig­gered all of his aesthetic receptors. From then on, this was the only kind of music he wanted to hear. He became a relentless venerator of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, particularly the latter. Kistenmacher is seen as the pivotal figure in the so-called second Berlin School of electronic music, emulating the first which featured Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream and co. Kistenmacher released his first cassette in 1984 and has been making music ever since. He did not like the way electronic music was developing in the 80s, so he simply bought himself the analogue synthesizers he needed to pursue his passion: “classic” Berlin School par excellence. „Head-Visions“ is Kistenmacher’s debut album from the year 1986
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