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Dieter Moebius RIP

Details are sparse at this point, but the sad news has come out that musical pioneer Dieter Moebius has died at the age of 71. Moebius first came to attention outside hardcore electronic circles when Brian Eno collaborated with Cluster, but his groundbreaking work with Hans Jaochim Roedelius was well known to the followers of Germany's innovative 70s scene.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-07-20

Moebius on stage in 2010Other projects and collaborations included Harmonia with Michael Rother, Kluster with Roedelius and Conrad Schnitzler, a number of albums with Conrad Plank, Mani Neumeier , and many more. The news of his passing was reported by collaborator Michael Rother.


Filed under: Obituaries

Related artist(s): Harmonia, Cluster / Kluster / Qluster, Dieter Moebius

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