Kraut and about: Harmonia announce one-off London date
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Influential neu-kraut heroes Harmonia have scheduled a rare, one-off performance for this spring; setting up at London South Bank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall in April.
The band, originally formed from members of Kraftwerk, NEU! and Cluster, previously only existed between the years of 1973 and 1976 A.D.; but now Michael Rother, Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim are gliding gracefully into the present on positive bounce-back synth waves fired from the eyes of those in receipt of Harmonia Live 1974.
The recently-reissued live album caught big plaudits, likes of which haven’t been seen since eventual collaborator Brian Eno described them as the world’s most important rock band back in the ‘70s.
Anyway – Friday the 18th of April, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. Swim offshore for tickets; available now from £15-£17.50 if you’re a member and at 10am tomorrow (11 Jan) if you’re a non-member.
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