“Robo Sapien” taken from the album “The Machinists Of Joy”.
Directed by: Jay Gillian
Camera OP and Computer Animation: Shane Williams
Produced by Cinematek Film & Television
Robo Sapien provided by: JG and the Robots www.JGandtheRobots.com
“History of Neue Deutsche Welle” is a brand new compilationalbum to be released on the German ZYX label. The compilation features 17 tracks including such artists as Die Krupps, DAF, Welle:Erdball, Pyrolator, Der Plan, Joachim Witt, Gabi Delgado, and many others. Ordering is possible here.
- Pyrolator – Die Haut der Frau
- Andreas Dorau & die Marinas – Fred Vom Jupiter
- Der Plan – Tanz Den Gummitwist
- Malaria – Kaltes Klares Wasser
- Gabi Delgado – Neosexi
- Rheingold – Dreiklangdimensionen
- Die Radierer – Angriff Aufs Schlaraffenland
- Joachim Witt – Goldener Reiter
- Ideal – Blaue Augen
- Nichts – Radio
- Welle: Erdball – Die Roboter
- Die Krupps – Als Wären Wir Für Immer
- Fehlfarben – Ein Jahr (Es Geht Voran)
- D.A.F. – Der Räuber Und Der Prinz
- Foyer Des Arts – Eine Königin Mit Rädern Untendran
- Hans-A-Plast – Monopoly
- The Wirtschaftswunder – Analphabet
“Electri_City – Elektronische Musik aus Duesseldorf” is a brand new book that is being prepped for release on the 10th of March 2014 via Suhrkamp Verlag. Described by the publisher as ‘Das definitive Buch zu Kraftwerk, Neu!, La Düsseldorf, DAF, Die Krupps, Der Plan, Liaisons Dangereuses, Rheingold, Propaganda’ you can expect a detailed background on the Düsseldorf scene. That scene has since the 70s and 80s been considered as the electronic popmusic Mekka (let’s hope Allah and co won’t kill us for using this description).
The book is written by Düsseldorf resident and Die Krupps member Rüdiger Esch. In the book he covers the period from 1970 bis till the end of the ‘analog phase’ in 1986. Expect feedback in the book from Wolfgang Flür (Kraftwerk), Bodo Staiger (Rheingold), Gabi Delgado (DAF), Jürgen Engler (Die Krupps), Ralf Dörper (Propaganda), plus remarks from Giorgio Moroder, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Andy McCluskey (OMD), Martyn Ware (The Human League), Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17) and so on.
Still according to the publisher the book will also talk about reality versus myth regarding the scene.
You can order the book right here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.de/ElectriCity-Elektronische-D%C3%BCsseldorf-suhrkamp-taschenbuch/dp/3518464647/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1374060902&sr=1-1
“The Machinists of Joy” is the first all-new album of the millennium for the german electro pioneers Die Krupps so Audioglobe informs us. The new 11-track album will be released on October 25 2013 in 4 formats: normal digipak CD, limited 2CD digipak, a fan box and as a limited LP/CD combo.
The limited edition 2CD will contain an exclusive bonus CD of which the final tracklist is not known yet but it will for sure include the tracks “Nazis on Speed” and the digital-only single “Industrie-Mädchen”. According to the band several tracks will refer to the origins of Engler and Dörper who have both had been active in the Düsseldorf Punk scene long before the first Krupps release “Stahlwerksynfonie” (1980). Included will be also a collaboration with Punk-Pioneers Metal Urbain from France (“Panik”), and one track with ex-Kraftwerker Wolfgang Flür.
- Ein Blick zurück im Zorn
- Robo Sapien
- The Machinist of Joy
- Im falschen Land
- Part of the Machine
- Eiskalter Engel
- Im Schatten der Ringe
New video with Nitzer Ebb and Die Krupps. Read our interview with Nitzer Ebb here, that we made some weeks back.
Vancouver based, industrial music pioneers Front Line Assembly with special guests German metal group Die Krupps, Cyanotic (from the US) and DJ Acucrack, hit the roadways in North America this May to promote their latest 2010 release “Improvised. Electronic. Devices”. It has been 4 years since Front Line Assembly toured North America. The tour kicks off at the Pyramid Club in Winnipeg, CAN and hits 25 cities across North America including a presence at Montreal’s Kinetik Festival.
More news on tour dates and special VIP packages with Front Line Assembly can be found at www.frontlineassembly.com .
N.Ebb And Die Krupps Video
Under the slogan “Join In The Rhythm Of Machines” are two of the largest EBM bands making a total of nine exclusive performances across Europe. In connection with the tour released an ep that is currently being recorded and the tapes promises more surprises during the evening.
In Malmo and Gothenburg veterans may also be joined by a relatively new rising star on EBM heaven, … namely Swedish Auto Da Feh.
Listen and read more about them at
We have all heard Die Krupps’ and Nitzer Ebb’s collaboration “Machineries of Joy” from 1989. Now, 22 years later the two legendary bands join forces on a nine-date “Join in the Rhythm of Machines” tour in April and May. They will play Paris, Dortmund, Antwerpen, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Malmö, Berlin, Bratislava and Budapest.
A special EP is being recorded as we speak, to be sold exclusively at the concerts. There will also be surprises on stage.
New release schedule of Synthetic Symphony. Included in the planning are new and long awaited releases from Die Krupps, Covenant, Funker Vogt and Skinny Puppy. First is Die Krupps with no less than 4 releases. Out on August 23 is the “Beyond” MCD which is their first all new material since their 1997 album “Paradise Now”. Next is the yet untitled album which will be out on September 27. The release will be available in two different editions. Next is the re-release of the band’s 1981 debut “Stahlwerksinfonie” holding a bonus CD. Also out on November 22 is the re-release of “The Final Option + The Final Remixes” 2CD (1993) including exclusive bonus-material.