Blog posts in Music for June 2015:

Music: Irrlicht (Klaus Schulze)

Klaus Schulze's first foray away from Tangerine Dream showed it wasn't the synths that made him what he is.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2015/06/10 10:00
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If we can credit Miles Davis for the birth of the cool, maybe we can credit Klaus Schulze for the birth of the drone. Strictly speaking, I know others got there first -- La Monte Young, for instance, was producing "musical environments" a good decade before Irrlicht was waxed. But Irrlicht serves the dual function of being Schulze's first album proper -- the start of one of the longest and most durable careers in electronic music -- and one of the first works to point people at when they ask, in all innocence, so what's this "ambient" or "space music" thing all about anyway?

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