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Wildlife

by Gudrun Gut

Wildlife by Gudrun Gut

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Wildlife

by Gudrun Gut

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Label: Monika
Gudrun Gut's Wildlife may be thematically preoccupied with natural states -- thus titles like "Protecting My Wildlife," "Garten" and "Frei Sein" ("Be Free") -- but, musically, she avoids pastoral clichés in favor of a dusky, decidedly urban take on techno pop that reflects her history in Berlin's post-punk and rave scenes. Metal clanks, synths creak and amorphous figures scurry through the shadows, serenaded by Gut's unsettling purr. "How can I move without killing something?" she asks, summing up life in a city where "progress" increasingly hems in possibility.

About This Album

Gudrun Gut's Wildlife may be thematically preoccupied with natural states -- thus titles like "Protecting My Wildlife," "Garten" and "Frei Sein" ("Be Free") -- but, musically, she avoids pastoral clichés in favor of a dusky, decidedly urban take on techno pop that reflects her history in Berlin's post-punk and rave scenes. Metal clanks, synths creak and amorphous figures scurry through the shadows, serenaded by Gut's unsettling purr. "How can I move without killing something?" she asks, summing up life in a city where "progress" increasingly hems in possibility.

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About This Album

Gudrun Gut's Wildlife may be thematically preoccupied with natural states -- thus titles like "Protecting My Wildlife," "Garten" and "Frei Sein" ("Be Free") -- but, musically, she avoids pastoral clichés in favor of a dusky, decidedly urban take on techno pop that reflects her history in Berlin's post-punk and rave scenes. Metal clanks, synths creak and amorphous figures scurry through the shadows, serenaded by Gut's unsettling purr. "How can I move without killing something?" she asks, summing up life in a city where "progress" increasingly hems in possibility.