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Watch a new edit of It’s More Fun to Compute / Home Computer from Kraftwork on Sprüth Magers

Watch a new edit of It’s More Fun to Compute / Home Computer from Kraftwork on Sprüth Magers
Image: Kraftwerk, It’s More Fun to Compute / Home Computer, film still, produced and directed by Ralf Hütter © Kraftwerk.

Kraftwerk It’s More Fun to Compute / Home Computer Video Premiere
As a special project for Sprüth Magers, and premiering exclusively on the gallery’s website, Kraftwerk have created a newly edited video to accompany It’s More Fun to Compute / Home Computer, from their live album 3-D The Catalogue (2017).

You can watch the video here: spruethmagers.com/kraftwerk-homecomputer/

Kraftwerk (German: [?k?aftv???k]lit. “power station“) is a German band formed in Düsseldorf in 1970 by Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider. Widely considered as innovators and pioneers of electronic music, they were among the first successful acts to popularize the genre. The group began as part of West Germany’s experimental krautrock scene in the early 1970s before fully embracing electronic instrumentation, including synthesizersdrum machines, and vocoders.

On commercially successful albums such as Autobahn (1974), Trans-Europe Express (1977), and The Man-Machine (1978), Kraftwerk developed a self-described “robot pop” style that combined electronic music with pop melodies, sparse arrangements, and repetitive rhythms, while adopting a stylized image including matching suits. Following the release of Electric Café (1986), Wolfgang Flür left the group in 1987, followed by percussionist Karl Bartos in 1990. Founding member Schneider left in 2008.

The band’s work has influenced a diverse range of artists and many genres of modern music, including synth-pophip hoppost-punktechnoambient, and club music. In 2014, the Recording Academy honoured Kraftwerk with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. As of 2020, the remaining members of the band continue to tour.

via [wikipedia]



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