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kohn - We Need More Space in the Cosmos
Having already paid tribute to Bruce Willis on his previous full-length, fro this latest album Kohn's Jurgen De Blonde doffs his cap to those other great action heroes of our time, Klaus Schulze and Jean-Michel Jarre. We Need More Space In The Cosmos is another striking vintage-style synthesizer album with a definite leaning towards the kosmische end of the broad krautrock spectrum. These are words oft written on these pages, and truth be told there's no shortage of albums like this at the moment. It would seem that experimenting with progged-up '80s new age sounds and post-Popol Vuh chord sequences is this year's Takoma-style guitar album. But as with all those solo acoustic fretboard outings that inundated us over the past couple of years, you'd be fairly hard-pressed to find a bad one. 'Trans-Neptunian Objects' finds De Blonde in especially fine form, eschewing drone convention in favour of big, sustaining synth string sequences, while experimental fidgeting creeps into the set via the bumblebee nag of 'For About One Minute, It Seemed To Work Just Fine', before the kraut-punk fuzz-out of 'Opinions Are Like Assholes, The Internet Is Full Of Them' shifts the album up a gear or two. Good stuff.