The First Ever Collection of Musical Works of Bruno Spoerri, the Mythical Character who Used to Work with Member of Legendary Krautrockers Can and Composed Music for Engineering Companies and Made Motivational Music for Industrial Sites and Factories Utilising Concrete Techniques, Primitive Sampling Techniques and Contemporary Experimental Psych-rock and Funk Musicians. Also Packed with Rare and Previously Unseen Photographs and Detailed Liners by Bruno.
Cheese usually has a negative conotation, but here, it perfectly describes the punchy confections Spoerri creates. If you can imagine Giorgio Moridor's 1970s work without the electronic syncronazation and a more improvosational approach, this is what this sound like. It contains danceable passages, but also goes deep into space, with synthasizer bloops and blips.
It all amounts to a funk psych bass synth dance party that is impossible not to revel in. That fat juicy funk that you imagine when you think of the 1970s is on full display, and listening is like biting into an oh so groovey creampuff.
Enjoy. Eat too much of this yummy stuff.