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Jimi Tenor - NY, Hel, Barca
Jimi Tenor
NY, Hel, Barca
2LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
26,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"NY, Hel, Barca" is a compilation of Jimi Tenor's early works from the legendary Warp and Sähkö days (1994-2001).
OTTO - Over The Top Orchester HHV X Bureau B Exclusive Silver Vinyl Edition
OTTO
Over The Top Orchester HHV X Bureau B Exclusive Silver Vinyl Edition
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
16,99 €* 19,99 € -15%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
Limited to 300 copies incl. Bureau B tote bag!

A living room somewhere in southern Germany. Embroidery graces the walls, a veneer side table with little chrome feet stands in front of a beige velour sofa, a minibar awaits. Pride of place goes to the electric organ which majestically occupies the centre of the room, flanked by two oversized loudspeakers. Welcome to the world of OTTO. The two-man band are set to release their long-awaited debut album in 2019 on Bureau B. The eight tracks contain familiar OTTO ingredients, from organ sounds and rhythm presets to disco strings and the monophonic waves of a 1970s synthesizer. Arpeggio and Hohner notes add extra sharpness to the proceedings. Classics from their live repertoire sitalongside brand new numbers, invariably strange synthesizer compositions.
Kreidler - Flood HHV X Bureau B Exclusive Red Vinyl Edition
V.A. - Sowas Von Egal (German Synth Wave Underground 1980)
Moebius & Plank - Rastakraut Pasta
Moebius, Plank & Neumeier - Zero Set
Roedelius - Selbstporträt Wahre Liebe
Wilde Jagd, Die - Haut HHV Exclusive Clear Vinyl Edition
Sven Grünberg - Hingus
Sven Grünberg
Hingus
LP | 1981 | DE | Reissue (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:1981 / DE – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Reissued on vinyl, this is a wonderful Berlin School influenced electronic album (originally from '81) with progressive and psychedelic undertones from an Estonian musician. The 23-minute title track invites us into a fascinating, futuristic world of sound, laced with Far Eastern tonality, embellished with a church organ, extremely rare synthesizers and extraordinary percussion effects. And the other two tracks are no less superb.
Moebius & Plank - Material
Eno, Moebius & Roedelius - After the heat
Roedelius - Tape Archive Essence 1973-1978
CEL (Felix Kubin & Hubert Zelmer) - CEL
Deux Baleines Blanches - Singende Drähte
Heldon - Interface (Heldon VI)
Notorische Reflexe - Notorische Reflexe
OTTO - Over The Top Orchester Black Vinyl Edition
OTTO
Over The Top Orchester Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
A living room somewhere in southern Germany. Embroidery graces the walls, a veneer side table with little chrome feet stands in front of a beige velour sofa, a minibar awaits. Pride of place goes to the electric organ which majestically occupies the centre of the room, flanked by two oversized loudspeakers. Welcome to the world of OTTO. the two-man band are set to release their long-awaited debut album in 2019 on Bureau B. The eight tracks contain familiar OTTO ingredients, from organ sounds and rhythm presets to disco strings and the monophonic waves of a 1970s synthesizer. Arpeggio and Hohner notes add extra sharpness to the proceedings. Classics from their live repertoire sit alongside brand new numbers, invariably strange synthesizer compositions.
Alu - Die Vertreibung Der Zeit
Conrad Schnitzler - Conditions Of The Gas Giant
Young Scientist - Results, Not Answers
Von Spar - Under Pressure Black Vinyl Edition
Von Spar - Under Pressure HHV Exclusive Pink Vinyl Edition
Tellavision - Add Land
Richard Pinhas - Chronolyse
Wilde Jagd, Die - Uhrwald Orange
Wilde Jagd, Die
Uhrwald Orange
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
23,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
The Uhrwald (engl. "Clockwood") – a place of dreams and sounds, with its own sense of time. Channelled into his band Die Wilde Jagd, Sebastian Lee Philipp's obsession for this place unleashes a uniquely spellbinding project of minimalist, tenebrous intensity. Recorded in the studio which lends its name to the sophomore album, Uhrwald Orange weaves a dense, atmospheric web of drama, romance, ecstasy and melancholy.
V.A. - Sammlung Elektronische Kassettenmusik Düsseldorf 1982-1989
Camera - Phantom Of Liberty
Camera
Phantom Of Liberty
LP+CD | 2016 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Contemporary Krautrock from Berlin. 'Phantom Of Liberty' makes clear that the band has become more mature and complex without losing any of its tremendous energy.
Conrad Schnitzler - Grün
Günter Schickert - Kinder In Der Wildnis
Karl Bartos - Off The Record
Palais Schaumburg - Palais Schaumburg
Conrad Schnitzler - Con3
Camera - Radiate!
Günter Schickert - Überfällig
D.A.F. - Ein Produkt Der Deutsch-amerikanischen Freundschaft
Ulrich Schnauss / Mark Peters - Underrated Silence
Roedelius - Wasser Im Wind
Roedelius
Wasser Im Wind
LP | 1982 | EU | Reissue (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Another classic Roedelius Album, back on Bureau B!
Kreidler - Tank
Kreidler
Tank
LP | 2011 | DE | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2011 / DE – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance, Pop
Moebius & Beerbohm - Strange Music
Moebius - Tonspuren
Cluster - Sowiesoso
Cluster & Eno - Cluster & Eno
Hans-Joachim Roedelius - Durch Die Wüste
Elephant Chateau - Dreamings & Offshore Drilling - Pearls And Turtles
Butzmann / Kapielski - War Pur War
Wilde Jagd, Die - Haut Black Vinyl Edition
Heldon - Un Rêve Sans Conséquence Spéciale (Heldon V)
Heldon - Stand By (Heldon VII)
Serge Blenner - Magazin Frivole
Serge Blenner
Magazin Frivole
LP | 1981 | EU | Reissue (Bureau B)
16,99 €*
Release:1981 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Bureau B present a reissue of Serge Blenner's Magazin Frivole, originally released in 1981. Cold, concise analog synthesizer instrumentals -- on his second album Serge Blenner remained true to his style, albeit shifting course slightly towards pop territory. The juxtaposition of dark harmonies and pop structures is what makes this album so appealing. In places, it feels like a blueprint for early Depeche Mode. Having seen his first album La Vogue (BB 324CD/LP) snapped up by the Sky Records and fast-tracked for release in 1980, Blenner delivered his second LP, Magazin Frivole, the following year. Mindful of the success of its predecessor, Blenner added the name of his debut in big letters to the front cover of the new sleeve. Blenner remained faithful to his musical style, albeit adding more of a pop flavor. Magazin Frivole would not look out of place filed alongside Depeche Mode on the record shelf, as a certain resemblance is undeniable. Moreover, Blenner was one of the few proponents of electronic music who preferred to keep his songs concise, in contrast to the meandering odysseys of many of his electronic contemporaries. The far better-known French artist Jean-Michel Jarre adhered to similar principles, yet although Blenner was often compared to his compatriot, he claims only to have heard his music long after La Vogue had appeared. Minor chords dominate his harmonies, the bass performs octave leaps which mirror the zeitgeist. Unexpected key changes abound, adding a restless, almost disquieting quality. Overall, Magazin Frivole is less dark than the preceding album, but a picture of cheerfulness it is not. Nevertheless, a poppy drum computer introduces a lighter note. From the very first track, chord changes pop up at unexpected junctures -- they seem to come in prematurely, before harmonic sequences have run their course. Blenner doesn't have any explanation for this curiosity, other than to note that "most of the music was played by hand, so of course it wasn't all perfect." "I did all I could to avoid being successful -- on a subconscious level, at least. Unpredictable metrics and irregular beats were definitely part of the process," Blenner admits with an enigmatic smile. Juxtaposed with Blenner's more recent works, one can see what he means. His latest album Musique de Chambre (2008) comprises modern classical chamber music, built on digitally sampled real instruments. Besides, Blenner points out, handling all of those analog devices was a convoluted and complex undertaking.
Martin Rev - Cheyenne
Martin Rev - Clouds Of Glory
Qluster - Elemente
Andreas Spechtl - Strategies Limited Edition
Andreas Spechtl - Strategies
Bernard Xolotl - Last Wave
Richard Pinhas - L'Ethique
Station 17 - Werkschau
Günter Schickert - Nachtfalter
Station 17 - Ausblick
Richard Pinhas - East West
Solarize - Nachtwerk
Carl Matthews - Call For World Saviours
Camera - Emotional Detox Black Edition
Camera
Emotional Detox Black Edition
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
16,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
We also offer the limited yellow colored edition.

Started as the so called “Krautrock Guerrilla” in 2012, six years later the Berlin combo Camera are releasing their fourth full-length album. Customarily associated with the likes of NEU! and La Düsseldorf it is
time to allow Camera to break free of the krautrock tradition and accept that they are very much doing their own thing now. Motto: “It's not repetition, it’s discipline”
For fans of nominative determinism, there can be few more apposite appelations than Michael Drummer. He is the catalyst, the chain mail vapour trail linking everything together as he crosses the soundscape of everything captured on Camera. The band’s moniker Camera, meanwhile, is an altogether more capricious
calling card. Camera obscura. Camera lucida. From daguerrotype to digital, self-induction to selfies. The song title Super 8 offers a potential clue to the
camera in their mind’s eye. When Super 8 was introduced in 1965, it was one of the few film formats to accommodate a sound track, occupying the
space between the edge of the film and the image area. Perhaps this will serve as a nice analogy when pondering where Camera’s music comes
from. Emotional Detox is the fourth full-length album by Camera, now a quintet, following two albums as a trio and one as a duo. The line-up on ED comprises Steffen Kahles, Michael Drummer, Michel Collet, Andreas Miranda and Timm Brockmann, all more or less based in Berlin. Drummer is the only constant through all four phases. Keyboarder Timm
Brockmann, who left the group in 2014, returns to the fold. He and Franz Bargmann, who left Camera the year before him, released a Brockmann //
Bargmann LP entitled Licht on Bureau B in 2017, a celebration of keys, guitars and effects which, at times, emulated the ferocious potential of Camera. By the time Steffen Kahles joined the band, Brockmann had
already departed, so the new ensemble adds another twist in bringing together two keyboard players from different Camera phases for the first time. The Brockmann Drummer reunion, meanwhile, completes a circle tracing back to early Camera experiences shared in 2010/11, playing on the streets of Berlin (literally).
Paradoxically, the new, expanded Camera line-up sharpens the focus of the tracks running through Emotional Detox. With Drummer not so much joining
the dots as hammering them home with a nail gun, the stronger framework allows even greater freedom for the musicians to express and ultimately align their disparate creative interests. Throw a single stone into a pond and concentric circles will ripple outwards into infinity. A swoosh of parallel lines. Boundless symmetry. The soundscape assumes the quality of a cinematic loop, like watching the same film over and over, yet discovering new things each time it plays. As a mythological Mancunian once said before the fall: it’s
not repetition, it’s discipline. Customarily associated with the likes of NEU! and La Düsseldorf perhaps it is time to allow Camera to break free of the krautrock tradition and accept that they are very much doing their own thing now. The “Krautrock Guerrilla” tag was cute and catchy for a while, but the flanged depths of
Himmelhilf sound more Bloody Valentinesque, less like echoes of Cluster or Harmonia. The motorik origins of the band documented on their debut album Radiate! (2012) and the nods to history and William Burroughs on the sophomore Remember I Was Carbon Dioxide (2014) gave way to Commodore 64 playfulness on Phantom of Liberty (2016). A spirit of experimentation still abounds on the new LP, but there’s also evidence that the group have taken a confident step towards something more “pop” – without tearing up the tangled roots beneath the surface of Camera’s studio floor. The reference points are there, but Emotional Detox is not dependent on them. We live in an age when everything happens at the same time – all of your music in one place, instantaneous streams on mobile devices, encyclopaedic references checked in seconds. The
temptation to see connections everywhere can be overwhelming, the speed at which information
travels slows us down. Emotional Detox encourages us to disregard these multiple distractions.
That’s when detoxification kicks in.
Kammerflimmer Kollektief - There Are Actions Which We Have Neglected And Which Never Cease To Call Us
V.A. - OST Fly Rocket Fly - From The Jungle To The Stars
Lapre - Auferstehung (Elektronische Musik aus Berlin 1983-1984)
Heldon - Third (It's Always Rock'n'Roll)
Heldon - IV (Agneta Nilsson)
Datashock - Kräuter der Provinz
Heldon - Allez-Téia (Heldon II)
Heldon - Electronique Guerilla (Heldon I)
Richard Pinhas - Rhizosphere
Schlammpeitziger - Damenbartblick auf Pregnant Hill
Fondation - Les Cassettes 1980-1983
Vono - Dinner für 2
Cluster - Qua
Cluster & Farnbauer - Live In Vienna 1980
Moebius / Schneider - Kunsthalle Düsseldorf EP
Moebius / Story / Leidecker - Familiar
Schneider / Kacirek - Radius Walk
Cluster - Konzerte 1972/1977
Dieter Moebius - Ding
Dieter Moebius
Ding
LP | 2011 | DE | Reissue (Bureau B)
14,99 €* 19,99 € -25%
Release:2011 / DE – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A vinyl-reissue of 2011's 'Ding', a work that might be considered Moebius' industrial album.
Xao Seffcheque - Ja, Nein, Vielleicht, Kommt Sehr Gut - A Selection Of Electronic Beats 1980-82
Kreidler - European Song Black Vinyl Edition
Kreidler
European Song Black Vinyl Edition
LP+CD | 2017 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Stringent drumming meshes with edgy electronic sequences, the brutalist opulence of the synthetic soundscapes are
complemented by restrained flourishes and rhythmic guitar and bass work. As usual, there are no actual "vocals" on 'European Song'. Yet abstract, voice-like sounds often occur, suggesting a terrified crowd or a choir of hooligans. The hallmark interplay between man and machine results from a combination ofcollective experience and blind trust in the moment. It's a
group thing.
Conrad Schnitzler - Filmmusik 2
V.A. - Magnetband - Experimenteller Elektronik Underground DDR 1984-1989
Moebius - Musik Für Metropolis
Moebius
Musik Für Metropolis
LP+CD | 2017 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Dieter Moebius (1944–2015) was one of the most important protagonists of avant-garde electronic music in Germany. He was founder member of Kluster/Cluster (with Conrad Schnitzer and Hans-Joachim Roedelius) and Harmonia (with Michael Rother and Hans-Joachim Roedelius) and worked together with several artists such as Brian Eno, Conny Plank, Mayo Thompson, Hellmut Hattler, Asmus Tietchens, Gerd Beerbohm, Karl Renziehausen, Mani Neumeier, Arno Steffen, Jürgen Engler, Jean Hervé Peron, Zappi Diermaier, and Chris Karrer. On July 20th, 2015 Dieter Moebius died.

In 2012 Dieter Moebius was invited to perform music to Fritz Lang’s legendary silent film “Metropolis”. For this purpose he produced pre-arranged tracks and samples to be treated with effects and combined during live improvisation according to the dramaturgical setting of the film. His impressive work reveals its full power and depth in combination with the images from the film.

It was his plan to create an album-length version of this music for release. Unfortunately, Dieter Moebius passed away on July 20, 2015 and was not able to complete the project. With the help and support of Dieter Moebius’ widow Irene and two longtime musical partners, Tim Story and Jon Leidecker, the Berlin musician Jonas Förster finished the remaining work and completed the production.
Cluster - Kollektion 06: 1971-1981
Automat - Ostwest
Automat
Ostwest
LP+CD | 2016 | EU | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From Detroit techno and hip-hop's early sampling experiments to Terre Thaemlitz, electronic music has long proven its political potential, even in instrumental form. With "OstWest", Berlin-based electronic-kraut-dub trio Automat complete their LP trilogy with a deep and entrancing take on the failures of neoliberalism.
Peter Baumann - Trans Harmonic Nights
Peter Baumann - Romance 76
Conrad Schnitzler - Filmmusik 1
Conrad Schnitzler
Filmmusik 1
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In Conrad Schnitzler's sprawling archive, there are two tapes marked 'Filmmusik 1975 A' and 'Filmmusik 1980 B'. It is hard to say which videos this music belongs to, particularly as the pieces have been left untitled. Perhaps there isn't really any film material at all. But what really counts is that this -at times truly hypnotic- music is totally relevant for any Schnitzler fan.
Adelbert Von Deyen - Sternzeit
Rolf Trostel - Two Faces
Rolf Trostel
Two Faces
LP | 1982 | EU | Reissue (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A vinyl-reissue of Rolf Trostel's second album. Originally released in 1982, 'Two Faces' is more sophisticated and varied than its predecessor, 'Inselmusik'. Nevertheless, both titles are wholeheartedly recommended to fans of the Berlin School.
Michael Bundt - Electri City
Michael Bundt
Electri City
LP | 1980 | EU | Reissue (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:1980 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Pop
Following his activities in the first half of the '70s, as a member of the Kraut combos Medusa and Nine Day Wonder, German musician Michael Bundt embarked on a journey through the realms of electronic music. Presented on vinyl, this is a reissue of Michael's third and final solo-album, originally from 1980. 'Electri City' is a relevant title for anyone into the Berlin School, futuristic sounds and synth pop.
Rolf Trostel - Der Prophet
Rolf Trostel
Der Prophet
LP | 1982 | EU | Reissue (Bureau B)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A vinyl reissue of the third album (originally from 1982) by the kraut/electronic musician who was inspired by a.o. late '70s Tangerine Dream. This title is relevant for anyone into the sounds of the Berlin School.
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