About the artist
German electronic pioneers Kraftwerk invited Karl Bartos to join them on the road as an electro-percussionist when they toured their now iconic Autobahn album in the mid-'70s. He ended up staying on as a full-time member of the group and contributed to key albums like Radio-Activity (1975), Trans-Europe Express (1977), The Man-Machine (1978) and Computer World (1981). Since departing the Kraftwerk fold, he's established his own project called Elektrik Music, remixed Afrika Bambaataa, worked with British digi-indie group Electronic on their 1996 album Raise The Pressure, and commenced a solo career under his own name with 2003’s Communication. Bartos has also found time to conceive his own Mini-Composer app, which allows for synth-playing and sequencing kicks on the go.
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