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Old 11-16-2015, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Want some more music in the vein of CAN.

What are some suggestions for me? I've spent the past few months really digging deep into the CAN catalog, but now I'm pretty interested in finding similar music. What would you say are good bands/albums to also check out. Let me know! Thanks!


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Can't go wrong with Faust.
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I second Faust. You might also want to check out the album An Electric Storm by White Noise.
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Neuf and Guru Guru are also worth checking out.
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Old 11-17-2015, 01:42 AM   #5 (permalink)
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What are some suggestions for me? I've spent the past few months really digging deep into the CAN catalog, but now I'm pretty interested in finding similar music. What would you say are good bands/albums to also check out. Let me know! Thanks!


Have you looked into other projects of the members?
Jaki Liebezeit's drumming got a lot more minimalistic over the years, but he still has lots of great stuff out.
'Full Circle', an album by Czukay and Liebezeit with Jah Wobble is also worth checking out.
Damo Suzuki got pretty lame lately, but some of the older Network albums are fun.
Fire! sound a lot like Can at times (the two longer tracks from 'you liked me five minutes ago').
Also check out Stadtfischflex, who incorporate members of the aforementioned Faust.
Also: 'Tank' by Kreidler.
And: La! Neu - Year of the Tiger
Also: Electric Orange - Volume 10

That being said, nothing comes closes to the pure magic that is Can, but those are some very cool bands and projects with a similar rhythmic feel.

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Old 11-17-2015, 05:58 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Whoops, that should indeed read "Neu!" not "Neuf." My fingers apologize for misleading you, OP.
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Some new kraut influenced bands from Sweden that might interest you:

Lamagaia - Lamagaius
Hills - Master Sleeps
Ved - Gershwin’s Pipe

Check them out on Youtube or Spotify
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