The next installment in the Medical Records journey takes us to West Berlin. In 1979, armed with a Korg MS-10 synthesier and a very simple rhythm box, Christof Glowalla began experimenting with a tape recorder and a few DIY sound generators. Influenced by outfits such as Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, and Fad Gadget, Glowalla eventually put his creation to tape at the West Berlin “Musiclab” which was a small 8-track studio in the Kreuzberg district. What resulted in 1980 was the self-released now excruciatingly rare “Erde 80” 7 inch single. Presented as Medical Records' first 10 inch release, this collection is released on high-quality 10'' opaque mustard colored vinyl.
|10inch||Medical Records: MR-014||in stock||€ 17,99|