Over the course of 18 years, Berlin-Duesseldorf trio To Rococo Rot have carved an identifiable niche for themselves, and one which has crossed a variety of styles; neither wholly in the realms of ambient or pure electronics. The late 1990s albums of Veiculo and The Amateur View brought their fundamental and innovative landscapes of sound to the fore, whilst 2001’s collaboration with I-Sound, Music is a Hungry Ghost, showed their ability to blend disparate influences into something cohesive. Remixed by Four Tet and Daniel Miller and heralded by the likes of Modeselektor, their influence extends as far as their unique approach deserves.

TO ROCOCO ROT: ambient electronic pioneers reveal new cut from forthcoming album 'Instrument' (July 21, City Slang) To Rococo Rot play in London on July 21

To Rococo Rot reveal new cut and LP

To Rococo Rot today present the second cut from their new album ‘Instrument’, set for release on July 21st via City Slang. Over the course of 18 years, Berlin-Duesseldorf trio To Rococo Rot,

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To Rococo Rot announce new album, ‘INSTRUMENT’ ALBUM TO BE RELEASED JULY 21ST ON CITY SLANG LONDON SHOW AT CAFÉ OTO ALSO ON JULY 21ST,

To Rococo Rot announce new album

Over the course of 18 years, Berlin-Duesseldorf trio To Rococo Rot have carved an identifiable niche for themselves, and one which has crossed a variety of styles; neither wholly in the realms of ambient or pure electronics,

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