Risiko Issue 2 – Krautie
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After an international crowdfunding campaign, Berlin based independent magazine RISIKO, which explores the contemporary German underground and alternative music scenes, has released its second issue. The second issue explores the theme of “Krautrock”.
We’ve selected “KRAUTIE” artists from various countries and styles of music, art and fashion. By featuring their favourite things and personal stories, we aim to unravel krautrock through a slightly different perspective. Our subtopic is “COMMUNICATION”. We want to create a record of communication between fellow artists, artists x readers and RISIKO x readers. This special number from RISIKO is made to be enjoyed by those already familiar with krautrock as well as those who have never heard about it before.
Camera, Claudia Skoda, Damo Suzuki, Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals), Hans-Joachim Roedelius (Cluster,
Harmonia), Harald Grosskopf, Kotsuguy (Kikagaku Moyo), Manuel Göttsching (Ash Ra Tempel), Marja
Burchard (Embryo), Michael Rother (NEU!, Kraftwerk, Harmonia), Milzbrandt, Sei Still, Sonic Boom
(Spacemen 3, Spectrum, E.A.R), Alessio Vitelli, Hiroshi Iguchi, Rosa Kammermeier, Yuri Osuka, Will
Sweeney, Oska Wald, Wolfgang Müller
Here’s a little taster of what you can expect in the second issue:
Damo’s Kitchen in Munich
Damo Suzuki loves cooking and exclusively shares a few original recipes that’ll strengthen your immune
system. The feature is accompanied by a cooking documentary from Munich cooking performance group
Katzentalk with Michael Rother
We chat about cats with sworn cat lover Michael Rother. The feature also includes a Q&A with overseas
musicians who love Michael’s music.
Exclusive artwork by five Krautrock-loving artists
A group of five krautrock-loving artists draw their favourite krautrock musicians or album covers.
Shopping with Camera at Kaufland
Enjoy a shopping documentary from Camera, a band that loves going to German supermarket Kaufland!
Kotsuguy (Kikagaku Moyo) on Popol Vuh
Kotsuguy from Kikagaku Moyo shares his experiences with and memories of the music of Popol Vuh.
Following on from the first issue, the second edition of RISIKO pays tribute to the bar Risiko in Subkultur
Westberlin 1979 – 1989. Freizeit by Wolfgang Müller and a comic strip from Oska Wald.