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FROM THE RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER:
By David Menconi
In these politically correct times, a term like "Krautrock" is problematic. Yet it's a legitimate musical genre -- droning, trance-like instrumentals pioneered by 1970s-vintage German groups like Faust, Can and Neu!
Thirty years later, Kernersville resident Shalini Chatterjee has taken time out from her pop band Shalini to make an oddball Krautrock tribute under the name Econoghost. It's called Anneu'ed! (pronounced "annoyed!"), and sounds like just the thing to listen to while cruising the autobahns.
"It's slow rock music," Chatterjee says. "But not sleepy or boring fake lounge. I've been craving something immediate and fun, because that's increasingly rare for some reason. The feedback I've gotten is that it's really good driving music. And [singer] Marti Jones said it will be one of her painting records when she gets back to doing that."
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