German electronic musician
Felix Kubin (real name Felix Knoth), also a co-founder of Klangkrieg in 1987,
specializes in eccentric electronic pop.
His early compositions were later compiled on The Tetchy Teenage Tapes of Felix Kubin 1981-85 (A-Musik, 2002).
Filmmusik (Gagarin, 1999) was the album that established his credentials,
Die Pein vom Haupt Entfernen (Zootrope, 1999),
Matki Wandalki (A-Musik, 2004),
Der Aufstand der Chemiker (Schallplatten, 2004),
David Fenech Polochon Battle (Inpolysons, 2007).
He also recorded several collaborations with female vocalists that are often
reminiscent of synth-pop.
Atoma Exi Mono (Solnze, 2006) is an anthology.
Axolotl Lullabies (Oral, 2007) collects rarities.
Music for Theatre and Radio Play (2008) collects three mini-operas.
House of National Dog (2007) is a collaboration with Mariola Brillowska
that contains some of his more charming songs.
Teenage Tapes (Minimal Wave, 2012) compiles ridiculous rarities recorded
when he was still a teenager.
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