Schnitzler came under criticism for what many saw as his attempts to leach off the reputation of his ex-bandmates in Cluster through his use of the Kluster name after 1971. The original Kluster was hugely influential to any number of ambient, electronic, or experimental musicians. In total nine albums have been released under the Kluster name: Klopfzeichen (1970), Zwei Osterei (1971), Eruption (1971, live), Vulcano (2008, live, rec. 1971), Admira (2008, rec.
1972), Kluster 2007 (2008), Kluster 2008 (2009), Kluster 2009: Three Voices (2010), Kluster 2010 (2011). 2) Kluster is the Finnish project formed in 2001 featuring accordion dynamo Kimmo Pohjonen and sampling guru Samuli Kosminen. Both musicians are known as adventurers in their respective fields and in Kluster, their partnership takes accordion music to new and unexplored territory. On stage, Kosminen reproduces samples of Pohjonen's accordion and voice percussively by way of electronic drum pads and combining that with Pohjonen's accordion, voice, live loops, effects and surround sound, they create a brain bursting maelstrom of multi-dimensional music unlike anything done or heard before. It is important to note that all sounds produced on stage and on recordings originate from Pohjonen's accordion and voice. Kluster has collaborated with Kronos Quartet and they have also formed a quartet called KTU with Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn from King Crimson.
Kluster also occasionally performs as a trio with percussionist Abdissa Assefa. Album Kluster was released in February 2002. Kluster on Kimmo Pohjonen homepage 3) Kluster is the swedish pyschedelic forest-trance project of Michael Petterson, also known as Dj eOs. Michael has been travelleing around the globe and performed in different countries since the release of his debut album Bug Fix on Digital Psionics. He's well represented on various compilations, and after meeting similar souls to his own, he's now ready to present his new album Extended Oversized System on Stoneage Records. Homepage 4) Mexican punk rock band, broke up in 2004. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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