A Swiss duo whose music is a smart and brilliantly executed fusion of electronic dance music and vintage Krautrock (authentically sung in German), Klaus Johann Grobe will be the brainchild of Sevi Landolt (keyboards, vocals) and Daniel Bachmann (percussion). Apparently uninterested in producing lots of sound about themselves, Klaus Johaan Grobe produced an inconspicuous debut in 2011 with some self-produced singles, and barely extended their profile having a 10″ vinyl fabric EP released by U.K. label Sound of Salvation. The EP made an appearance in an release of just a few hundred copies, nonetheless it left an optimistic impression on critics and DJs, as well as the eclectic American indie label Problems at heart reissued the “Traumhaft” b/w “Nicht zu Stoppen” solitary in america after its unique pressing on U.K. label Sunstone Information sold out. In a short time, Klaus Johann Grobe became the chat of the blogosphere, and their 1st full-length recording, Im Sinne der Zeit, premiered in Apr 2014. The duo spent the rest of 2014 touring European countries as well as the U.K., partially mainly because support for the Growlers and Temples, after that headed out once again in 2015 playing even more countries with festivals including IN THE PAST When, Eurosonic, the fantastic Get away, Eindhoven Psych Laboratory, and Zaragoza Psychfest. In Dec, they released an individual, “Baby Lass Uns Sein.” Their following recording, 2016’s Spagat der Liebe, discovered them pursuing a far more calm, less Krautrock-inspired path. It had been released by Problems in Mind in-may of 2016 as the music group embarked on its 1st U.S. tour.