Austrian trio Elektro Guzzi perform hypnotic minimal techno 100% live, using zero computers, loops, sequencers, or backing monitors. Comprising bassist Jakob Schneidewind, drummer Bernhard Breuer, and guitarist Bernhard Hammer, they show up as a standard rock-band on-stage, but through oscillators, results, and metronomic drumming, they lock into machine-like rhythms that could quickly be recognised incorrectly as the work of the producer equipped with drum devices and synthesizers. The trio shaped in 2004 and got over half of a 10 years to hone their art through rehearsals and shows before going to the studio room to record their debut recording. The self-titled full-length came on Stefan Goldmann’s Macro label this year 2010. The group got already turn into a significant live work before their recording appeared, performing in the Sónar Event in Barcelona aswell as touring Japan, plus they continuing their relentless tour plan. The full-lengths Live P.A. and Parquet and Extrakt EP made an appearance on Macro in 2011, and Allegro EP was released by Pomelo in 2012. The cassette Circling Above premiered from the Tapeworm in 2013, while Cashmere EP was released by Macro. The label released Elektro Guzzi’s full-length Observatory in 2014, accompanied by a Compact disc problem of Circling Above and Atlas/Vodolaz Variations (a 12″ in cooperation with KiNK) in 2015. The trio’s 6th full-length, Clones, made an appearance in 2016, as well as the group released two tour-only cassettes, including a divide discharge with Rocketnumbernine. Elektro Guzzi after that transferred to the Denovali label because of their past due-2016 EP Parade, which highlighted trombones performed by Hilary Jeffery, Daniel Riegler, and Martin Ptak.