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Cologne Tape

Writing a united curiosity about German electronic music, the Line of business’s Axel Willner, Fights’ John Stanier, and Jens-Uwe Beyer (aka Popnoname), teamed up with a few of Cologne, Germany’s most set up electronic and experimental artists for the related side task entitled Cologne Tape. Jörg Burger (Triola, the Modernist), Philipp Janzen (Von Spar), and Michaela Dippel (Ada) all had taken spots over the super-group’s roster, along with Kompakt Information’ visual performers and companies John Harten, and Daniel Ansorge. This year 2010, Cologne Tape’s debut EP, Render, was slated to end up being the first discharge on Newspaper, a subsidiary start-up of Kompakt. Hoping of keeping the discharge exclusive also to add charm to collectors, Journal announced their programs to limit Render to 300 vinyl fabric copies and 1000 downloading, before liberating a follow-up.

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