Mittwoch, 8. August 2018

In a recent feature in the British magazine THE WIRE (September 2018 issue) Klaus Schulze is quoted:

"The media founded names such as 'Berliner Schule' many years after those events actually happened. And yes, there was this 'electronic music launch' in Berlin, and of course some shared characteristics. But that was not our 'movement' and there was no common doctrine or something like that. We just did what we did at the time. I still just do what I do. That's why I try to avoid using terms like this."

Also the rest of the feature about KS written by Phil Freeman is surprisingly readable (and I did not say that all too often about writers during those many years!).

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