The Berlin School - the sequencer sound

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The Berlin School - the sequencer sound

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In general, if I'm going to bliss out and just space out on something without having it disrupt work, studying, or whatever, lo-fi is nice, but I'll always return to the electronic sounds of Europe - such as Tangerine Dream and many of the bands that followed in same genre.

Loom... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gThiMRFjUtk

Neuland... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jhr_59mTAFM (In the same way Jerome Froese and Johannes Schmoelling continued with Loom, Paul Haslinger and Peter Baumann formed this group just recently...)

Radio Massacre International... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1RbB2bUiLk
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Re: The Berlin School - the sequencer sound

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Ooh! Radio Massacre International has done a number of shows in Baltimore (& Philadelphia) which are on YT; I think the most recent were around 2012, maybe? Still, they are still recording and could very well come back (once err'body's had the shot). One of the few sequencer-style groups to perform semi-regularly on the East Coast.

Will post links when I can.

EDIT: Main venue in the city seems to be Orion Studios a few blocks off S. Caton in Morrell Park. They are still around, yeah?
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