To Rococo Rot - Jacky / Crosby
To Rococo Rot were an influential Berlin -based trio who combined electronic and analog elements to To Rococo Rot - Jacky / Crosby instrumental post-rock and electronic music. The band's name is a Divano - Era - Divanoas it can be spelled the same both forwards and backwards. To Rococo Rot formed in and were active untilreleasing eight major albums and numerous collaborations, remixes, singles and EPs.
They were known for their minimalist, musically engaging live show, and gave their final performance on December 17, via a live-streamed Boiler Room "In Stereo" session. While involved in the Cabaret Voltaire -inspired experimental outfit Ornament and Verbrechen, the Lippok brothers connected with then- Kreidler bassist Stefan Schneider to make a one-off record project intended to accompany a gallery exhibition.
Robert Lippok has described To Rococo Rot's approach as "a very simple way of organizing music" that focuses on just a few musical elements at a time. Commenting on the uncustomary inclusion of vocals, Robert Lippok said: "The melodies Arto sang were surprising His voice is light and is flying over the music with turns and twists, but also it is brittle and has something almost fragile about it.
It's like a delicate bird. Shortly after releasing Instrument, "a big gap of expectations" surfaced among members, and the band decided to split up. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. To Rococo Rot. Retrieved 29 January Boiler Room. Retrieved 24 January The Quietus. To Rococo Rot Staubgold 22 ". Categories : German electronic musicians German post-rock groups Kitty-Yo artists. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.
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