Weird of the Day: Moebius Neumeier Engler, “Anabolica”
We were catching up over the weekend on some old shows by our friend Bepi Crespan, CiTR-FM Vancouver’s leading weird music deejay, and were immediately intrigued by the playful electronic soundscapes of Moebius Neumeier Engler, an improvised collaboration between pioneering German/Swiss electronic music composer Dieter Moebius, jazz/krautrock drummer Mani Neumeier and industrial rock icon Jürgen Engler of Die Krupps. Unfortunately, you can only hear snippets online of their brand-new album, Another Other Places, but its 1996 predecessor, Other Places, has a few tracks streaming on YouTube. Here’s one of the more ominous numbers, a mix of industrial stomp and swarm-of-bees synths called “Anabolica”:
For more on Moebius Neumeier Engler, visit their label site, Bureau B.
Posted on August 4, 2014, in Weird of the Day and tagged Dieter Moebius, electro-industrial, electronica, experimental, industrial, Jurgen Engler, krautrock, Mani Neumeier, Moebius Neumeier Engler, weird of the day. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.