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With around 100 albums to his name and a 50-year career, writing about Klaus Schulze’s output alone would be a major undertaking. But Olaf Lux managed to write the most in-depth book yet about both his music and his life. This interview is edited lightly for length and clarity. Dead Electric: So how did youContinue reading “Violins Don’t Grow on Trees: An interview with Klaus Schulze biographer Olaf Lux”
I’m very excited to announce that on Friday, March 19, I’m presenting an all-night Klaus Schulze marathon. From 10:30 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. PST, celebrate the dark genius of one of the greatest masters of electronic music. If you haven’t heard Klaus Schulze, picture planets being built, event horizons being crossed, and the veil rippedContinue reading “Klaus ‘Til Dawn: An Overnight Klaus Schulze Marathon”
Isao Tomita was nine years old when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. In the years that followed he found himself surrounded by destruction: Half a million men, women, and children–the majority of whom resided in Tomita’s home city of Tokyo–would be killed in air raids or die from starvation. To know where the bombs would fallContinue reading “An Introduction to Isao Tomita, Part One”
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