Category: Kraftwerk

KRAFTWERK, Albert Hall – Evening Standard, 22 June 2017

  While many heritage acts can get away with carting out the old favourites without really trying, there are few more carefully curated legacies than Kraftwerk’s. Theirs is a precious catalogue, responsible for the subsequent arrival of everything from the most minimal techno to today’s EDM eruptions and the digitally altered vocals on almost every current pop single. On their… Read more →

KRAFTWERK, Tate Modern – Evening Standard, 7 Feb 2013

It’s no wonder the ticket system melted down with demand to see Kraftwerk taking over the Tate Modern Turbine Hall for eight nights. With a name that translates as “power station”, these are the concerts the pioneering techno quartet were born to play. Those who did get in – surprisingly just a few hundred considering the vast space – were… Read more →