German duo Klangwart
(Markus Detmer and Timo Reuber)
debuted with the ambitious
Immerland (1997), comprising just two lengthy suites of
ambient/cosmic electronic post-rock:
Immer Weiter and Nirgendland.
That format was repeated on Koln-Olpe (1998), with
Koln-Olpe and Im Garten,
and on Zwei (1999), with Zweitoneins and Zweitonzwei.
When they returned after a decade, they were a different concept, opting for
shorter compositions on
Stadtlandfluss (2008) and Sommer (2010).
Reuber continued that mission on
the monolithic Ruhig Blut (2001), particularly the second movement B with its
Kintopp (2004), a collection of humbler vignettes,
Sudpol (2007), also a relatively low-key affair,
Ring (2010), with the 17-minute Ring.
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