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After gaining a bit more notice in electronic circles with Spacerockmountainrutschquatier, Schlammpeitziger released Augenwischwaldmoppgefloete to little notice in late 2000. The record owes some of its anonymity to a slight dip in quality; it's not quite as warm or bouncy as Spacerockmountainrutschquatier, nor as atmospheric as Erdrauchharnschleck. It's an uneven record that touches on everything Schlammpeitziger does well with slightly fewer memorable tracks. The bubbly video game pop of "Konfliktfickfahg" isn't as melodic as it could be, and the darker shadings of "Schlafatemwagen" lack drama. Still, for those enamored of Schlammpeitziger's quirky world, there are joys to be had. The sunny, upbeat "Quietschquanklaute" is given pep by some downright adorable drumming from a cheap keyboard, and "Carbidboybeule" is wildly successful as spacy German electro-pop from the disco age. A strong sense of missed opportunity emerges with the tragically brief "Ackerpeller" tracks that close both sides of the vinyl. These eerie, yearning, electronic melodies cry out to be extended and explored, but each fades after about a minute. This sense of possibility mixed with disappointment sums up the album well.


Nacido(a): Cologne, Germany

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Jo Zimmermann's Schlammpeitziger project has been a unique fixture on Cologne's electronic scene since the early '90s. Zimmermann's simple, unassuming music is constructed almost entirely using the factory presets of his trusty Casio CZ-230S keyboard, with spare use of samples and a drum machine added for seasoning. Always present on his records are Zimmermann's wry sense of humor and fondness for wordplay. The word "schlammpeitziger" is a slight modification of the German name for a species of mud-dwelling...
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