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Boomkat Product Review:
'Consequenz' was essentially "Conny" Schnitzler's 1st concession to the concise strictures of pop music. Realised with his studio buddy Wolfgang Seidel (Wolf Sequenza) and released in 1980 - after his famous string of early "endless" works such as 'Rot', 'Blau', and the proto-techno side 'Con' - it can be heard as his nod to the fresh-faced NDW sound of the era (or maybe a sideways glance) as he honed shorter track lengths, tighter, layered rhythmic and harmonic structures and almost catchy melodies which would really come to fruition on the later Conrad & Sohn album. And ever mindful of possibilities for conceptualisation in this new field, Conrad qualified his relatively radical new venture by offering the dozen instrumentals as backing tracks for the listeners own singing - a democratic reasoning no doubt inspired by the teachings of his former lecturer and German Fluxus artist, Joseph Beuys, and together with the illustrated drawing of his set-up, possibly even a reflection of the punk rhetoric behind The Buzzcocks' 'Spiral Scratch' from a few years back?