Gilles Aiken aka Edward reinterprets two '70s krautrock excursions. Harmonia (Michael Rother of NEU! And Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius of Cluster) released Sehr Kosmisch on their 1973 debut, Musik von Harmonia. In September 1976 Brian Eno and Harmonia recorded Atmosphere at the band's studio in Forst, Germany, but the song was not released until 1997. Edward, who mostly works within house and techno templates while echoing krautrock figures like Conny Plank, is recognized for producing filigreed club tracks with a spiritual edge; he's a mainstay of the Berlin-based White label as well as the esteemed Weimar-based Giegling crew.
A1. Harmonia & Eno - Atmosphere (Edward's Desert Version)
B1. Harmonia - Sehr Kosmisch (Edward's Close to Pompeii Version)
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