Hans-Joachim Roedelius is a pioneer of early electronic music and one of modern day electronica’s most influential precursors. His work as a founding member of legendary Krautrock groups Cluster and Harmonia alone places him as a peerless visionary and compelling innovator. The fact that Roedelius has released over three decades worth of stunningly unique solo music cements his status as one of electronic music’s most vital composers. His work’s influence can be traced from Kraftwerk to synth-pop and post-punk bands like New Order and on to techno and electronica’s most abstract strains.
Roedelius was born in Berlin, Germany on October 26, 1934. He went on to become one of the key figures of the 1960s Berlin art scene. In 1968 he... Read More
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Rock, Progressive, Krautrock, Experimental, Ambient/Electronic