German electronica duo Schneider Kacirek comprise seasoned boundary-pushing music artists Stefan Schneider about bass and an arsenal of consumer electronics and percussionist Sven Kacirek. Schneider spent years employed in cooperation with users of Cluster, Neu!, Faust, and additional founding fathers of Krautrock, aswell as working carefully on tasks with Arto Lindsay, Saint Etienne, as well as the Pastels. After that, he helped discovered indie digital trendsetting rings To Rococo Rot and Kreidler. Kacirek released many single albums but also worked well in cooperation with improvisers and digital music artists like Hauschka and Marc Ribot. Before developing Schneider Kacirek as an effective entity, both musicians worked collectively in moves to Kenya, where they gathered field recordings of traditional music, releasing their uncooked paperwork on albums such as for example 2013’s Mukunguni: New Recordings from Coastline Province, Kenya. Influenced to the idea of obsession with these African customs, the duo started focus on music that integrated the impact from the tribal rhythms they’d gathered into darker digital themes. Highly percussive and cloaked in the secret of minimal techno sometimes, the duo released their aptly called debut, Shadows Paperwork, in early 2015. The recording included visitor percussion using one monitor by Nicholas Addo-Nettey, a previous person in Fela Kuti & Africa 70.