Damo Suzuki, who was singer for krautrock icons Can, will tour the U.S. for the first time in over 10 years, and in each city will improvise with different musicians, including members of Sun Araw, MMOSS, CAVE, Quintron, and more.
The playlist includes Aretha Franklin, Can, Paul Simon, Adrianne Lenker, Damien Jurado, Feist, Big Red Machine, James Blake, Sylvan Esso, Sufjan Stevens, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, and more.
This week's edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on Sirius XM we pulled from the initial lineup of the 2018 Desert Daze festival (which is pretty sweet). We played songs by Tame Impala, Mercury Rev, Warpaint, Preoccupations, Connan Mockasin, A Place to Bury Strangers, Can, King Khan, Pond and lots more.
Czukay co-founded Can in 1968 with keyboardist Irmin Schmidt, drummer Jaki Liebezeit and guitarist Michael Karoli. He recorded nine albums with Can, serving also as engineer -- including such landmark records as Monster Movie, Tago Mago, and Ege Bamyasi -- and left the band after 1977's Saw Delight.
For Can's 50th anniversary, founding member Irmin Schmidt and original vocalist Malcolm Mooney are reunited for at least two shows as The Can Project. The first was Saturday night (4/8) at Barbican Hall in London...
It's the 50th anniversary of krautrock icons Can, and that The Can Project show -- featuring founding member Irmin Schmidt, original vocalist Malcolm Mooney, as well as Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Steve Shelley...
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