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Boomkat Product Review:
Bureau B's excellent Kollektion series elects Thomas Fehlmann to select his favourite Conrad Schnitzlers. This 5th instalment, like the others, affords some contextual grasp on one of the largest, slipperiest catalogues of electronic music in the late 20th century. And poignantly so as Fehlmann, a legend of Teutonic electronics in his own right, was first prompted to make electronic music as a student after witnessing Schnitzler demonstrate "how the "extended definition of art" established by Joseph Beuys could be applied to music." Across 16 songs he touches on the breadth and depth of Schnitzler's output, from pulsing space music of his 'Contempora' pieces thru to wigged-out pop songs made with his sohn, Gregor, to the strangely feathered electronic fancies of 'Fata Morgana' and the darker disco lust of 'Das Tier' or the Berlin-skooled freedoms of 'Komm mit nach Berlin' or '19.8.86'. Recommended!!!