In the wake of the recent reissues of Conrad Schnitzler's first albums, Bureau B is now getting ready for the re-release of the first two albums by Kluster; Schnitzler's band with Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius (not to be confused with Cluster, the earlier project by Moebius and Roedelius). Though the trio only existed between 1969 and 1971, their work is considered to be essential in experimental electronic music, noise and what would later be called industrial. Based on improvisation and anarchy, their music mixed traditional instruments like guitars, bass and cello with all kinds of non-musical objects, in order to form a chaotic and intimidating amalgamation that was the epitome of Angstmusik (German for “fear music”). Both “Klopfzeichen” (Schwann, 1971) and “Zwei Osterei” (Schwann, 1971) were recorded with mythical producer Conny Plank, and were released in extremely limited runs. Though both works have been reissued in the past, the Bureau B version promises to be a choice release, with 180 grams vinyl and extensive liner notes by avant-garde composer Asmus Tietchens. Due out on 29th June.