AR & Machines - "I'll Be Your Singer, You'll Be My Song"
Deutsche Wertarbeit - "Deutscher Wald"
Dzyan - "Khali"
Missus Beastly - "Geisha"
Alex - "Derule"
Agitation Free - "In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise"
Georg Deuter - "Pearls"
Michael Bundt - "The Brain Of Oskar Panizza"
Popol Vuh - "Ja, Deine Liebe Ist Suber Als Wein"
Novalis - "Dronsz"
Broselmaschine - "Schmetterling"
Neu! - "Neuschnee"
Between - "And The Waters Opened"
La Dusseldorf - "White Overalls"
Klaus Weiss - "Constellation"
Achim Reichel - "Tanz Der Vogel In Den Winden"
Roedelius - "Lustwandel"
Pyrolator - "Die Haut Der Frau"
Cluster - "Hollywood"
Streetmark - "Passage"
Niagara - "Rhythm Go"
Michael Bundt - "Neon"
Review: If you're in the market for a beginner's guide to krautrock and "kosmiche", then the first two volumes of Soul Jazz's Deutsche Elektronische Musik series should be essential listening. This third volume - the first for four years - should be on that list, too. It arguably goes deeper than its predecessors, combining cuts from pioneering electronic and art-rock bands like Neu!, Cluster and Popol Vuh with tracks from lesser-known artists such as Michael Bundt, Dronsz and Achim Reichel. Musically, it's also far more diverse than its predecessors, containing as much space-rock and proto-punk as early electronic experimentation and droning alternative rock. As ever, the accompanying sleeve notes from author David Nobbs expand on the story in brilliant detail.