German electronic pioneers Kraftwerk were one of the most musically important groups of the 20th Century. Emerging from Dusseldorf in 1970, they built their own drum machines and synth equipment to form a style of music previously unheard. Eschewing the rock and pop model of rhythm-based, blues-derived music played on organic instrumentation, Kraftwerk's music was beat-driven and minimal, and emanated from machine, rather than man. Few others had even tried such experimentation, and nobody made it work anywhere near as well as Kraftwerk. Their innovation invented techno and all its associated genres, and had an essential influence on every kind of modern music that utilises beats: including disco, house, trance, drum'n'bass, hip-hop, synth-pop, electro, IDM, breaks, industrial, and more.
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