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Icke Wieder

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After starring in, co-writing, and scoring 2008 tragicomedy Berlin Calling, German DJ Paul Kalkbrenner takes things a little easier with his back to basics follow-up Icke Wieder, which eschews the vocal-led tracks and club-oriented sounds of its predecessor for a simpler, more minimal direction better suited to winding down a back-to-my-house party than soundtracking a hedonistic night out. The first release through his own label occasionally threatens to burst into something a little more pulsating, as with the flashes of dirty techno on the jazz-tinged closer "Der Breuzen" and the warped basslines, snaky rhythms, and industrial electro of "Schnakeln," but the majority of its ten tracks certainly adhere to the less is more approach. While the likes of "Des Stabes Reuse" and "Schmokelung" are little more than a tedious loop of incessant marching rhythms and acid-house beats, Kalkbrenner's ice-cold musical backdrops are sometimes more hypnotically engaging, as on the slow-burning but eventually brain-lodging guitar hooks of opener "Boxig Leise," the intriguing fusion of Celtic violins and oompah-band horns on "Kleines Bubu," and the regular evocation of his hometown's famous S-Bahn system, and the shuffling drums of "Kluppzeug," the chugging basslines of "Jestrupp," and the Chemical Brothers' "Star Guitar"-esque vibes of "Gutes Nitzwerk." Icke Wieder is sometimes a little too minimal to make any kind of notable impression, but as an antidote to the four-to-the-floor antics of his superstar DJ contemporaries, it's an accomplished record which proves that techno and subtlety aren't mutually exclusive. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

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first!!! ahhahaha

great album some of the songs are moderate but my favorite is the first... ALBSOLUTELY BRILLIANT KEEEP UP THE GOOD WORK PAUL!!!!!

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Jo
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Danke

Biografía

Nacido/a: Leipzig, Germany, 11 de junio de 1977

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

DJ, músico, productor y actor, Paul Kalkbrenner es uno de los principales protagonistas de la música electrónica alemana. Kalkbrenner realizó su debut en el 2000 con Superimpose, un álbum inspirado en la vibrante escena tecno de Berlín de los noventa. En los años que siguieron Kalkbrenner fue consolidando su reputación como artista discográfico y DJ de suceso, eventualmente ingresando en el mundo del cine en 2008 cuando protagonizó la película Berlin Calling, además de componer su exitosa banda de...
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