Kammerflimmer Kollektief

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Kammerflimmer Kollektief

Kammerflimmer Kollektief is a German musical group, founded by Thomas Weber,[1] consisting of Heike Aumüller, Johannes Frisch, Christopher Brunner, Heike Wendelin, and D. Wurm. They play a mixture of jazz, noise, electronic music, free jazz and experimental music. Formed in 1997, they have released to date 8 albums, and have appeared on many jazz and electronic compilation albums. In 2012 they formed the band The Schwarzenbach together with German writer Dietmar Dath and released the album "Farnschiffe".



  • Einigen Wir Uns Auf Die Zukunft, Various Artists

CD/2xLP, Kitty-Yo, Payola, Kollaps 1997

  • Tempo Technik Teamwork, Various Artists, Staubgold 2004
  • Thank You, Various Artists, Temporary Residence Limited 2004
  • Born Again: Collected Remixes 1999-2005, Sutekh

2xCD/LP, Leaf 2005

  • Childish Music, Various Artists, Staubgold 2005
  • Parerga, En/Of 028 12 inch, En/Of 2005, Limited Edition LP and artwork by De Rijke/De Rooij

4 Photos, each 20 x 30 cm, Edition of 100, signed & numbered on a certificate

  • En/Of 001-030, Various Artists 3xCD, En/Of 2005
  • Jukebox Buddha, Various Artists, Staubgold 2006, 15 tracks made with the FM3 Buddha Machine. Feat. Adrian Sherwood + Doug Wimbish, Blixa Bargeld, sunnO))), Thomas Fehlmann, Sun City Girls, Mapstation, Robert Henke a.o.
  • Absencen Remixed 2x12"/CD, Staubgold 2005/2006, Feat. Radian, Secondo, Lump, Sutekh, J.Jelinek, A.Takamasa, Nôze & David Last a.o
  • Kammerflimmer Kollektief / Strings Of Consciousness 10 inch, Karl-Records 2007

Handnumbered edition of 500 items

  • Bip-Hop Generation Vol. 9, Various Artists, Bip-Hop 2008
  • Fantomastique Acoustica, Strings of Consciousness, Off Rds 2008
  • Dinner Music For Clubbers: Peter Grummich Plays Staubgold, Staubgold 2008, No boundaries, just hot shit with love!“
  • Muting The Noise, Various Artists, Innervisions 2008 feat. Âme, Henrik Schwarz, Terre Thaemlitz a.o.
  • Rauschgold: Alec Empire Plays Staubgold, Staubgold 2009


  1. ^ DaRonco, Mike. "Kammerflimmer Kollektief: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 27 April 2011. 

External links[edit]