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  1. Label: City Slang - Slang • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Experimental To Rococo Rot - Instrument (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(8).
  2. To Rococo Rot our masters of manipulating an idea into many different musical forms. There is the usual combination of drums and acoustic bass (which gives the music a far more rich and textured sound than if they were just digitally generated) and electronics which is very cohesive and somehow organic/5(3).
  3. Berlin-based trio To Rococo Rot are now in their eighteenth year and, despite their many imitators, continue to sound fresh and innovative. On Instrument, their first album in four years, they choose their influences wisely, yet are only ever really capable of sounding like To Rococo discordant, plonking piano on “Spreading the Strings Out” comes straight from the John Cage 6/
  4. TO ROCOCO ROT - Instrument - Music Audio CD $ 5 Used from $ 3 New from $ Vinyl $ (God that went quickly but also exceedingly slow praying for another To Rococo Rot album) since their last album I hoped for a longer album maybe even a double album. You get a bit over 38 minutes and I think for the vinyl age /5(3).
  5. Explore releases from To Rococo Rot at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from To Rococo Rot at the Discogs Marketplace. cd city slang , 2: To Rococo Rot: Veiculo (Album) 9 versions: City Slang To Rococo Rot: Instrument (Album, EP) 6 versions: City Slang.
  6. After a few releases for Domino, Berlin post-rock trio To Rococo Rot return to City Slang with Instrument. This homecoming doesn’t prevent them from venturing into new musical territories. For the first time ever, the band leaves behind their purely instrumental approach, and have invited US vocalist Arto Lindsay to compose and sing melodies.
  7. *Limited Triple CD Set - includes the three classic To Rococo Rot albums in full, plus loads of bonus tracks, previously unreleased versions and new remixes, and extensive liner notes* Over the years these long out-of-print albums from To Rococo Rot have been good companions in our offices. Veiculo especially really never ceases to amaze us - with an opening track that sounds like a proto-SND.
  8. *Excellent new single from To Rococo Rot, featuring remixes from Shackleton and Traversable Wormhole* Heralding a forthcoming To Rococo Rot album on the horizon, the group offer the African-tinged 'Forwardness' backed with remixes from Shackleton and Traversable Wormhole. We find the band in fresh and supple form, with the brothers Lippok accompanied by Stefan Schneider and the .
  9. As Robert and Ronald Lippok and Stefan Schneider were recording material for Instrument, the first To Rococo Rot album in four years, the musicians felt that some of it was in need of a lead voice. They sought admirer Arto Lindsay, who is present on three of these ten songs -- the group's first songs with vocals. Lindsay's appearances are neatly distributed on the first, fourth, and last (of 6/

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