Real Name:
Karsten Hammer Hansen
After a couple of childhood attempts at both the recorder and drums our k.hammer.hansen started playing the bass in 1991, after a while it was soon discovered that not enough noise was emitted from the instrument and a quick change to guitar was reality.

The music played was similar in vein to that of old krautrock-classics like Can, Neu and Faust, newcomers such as Stereolab and Quickspace Supersport and of course the heroin-induced Spacemen 3 and Velvet Underground, i.e. monotone repetitive riffing that could carry on for as long as an hour a track.

Other members of that project were a Boss Dr. Rhythm, a battered beaten-up bass, an Amiga 500, a Moog MG-1, a horde of effects and a Fostex 4-track.

With time the music got more and more electrified and soon the brief flirt with acid house and techno of 1988-1990 bloomed again and so as the direct descendants of the experimental guitar-based material previously appearing from the bedroom, the sounds emerging are now electronic and analogue has been replaced with digital.

K.hammer.hansen Discography Tracks


THN003 K.hammer.hansen Elektric.1(3xFile, MP3, 192) Thinner THN003 Germany 2001