Gabi Delgado

The LSD approach to forest and trains

Gabi Delgado-López created with his partner Robert Gröl under the moniker DAF songs as „Kebab-Träume“, „Tanz den Mussolini“ or „Der Räuber und der Prinz“ – and by that was a main influence for the homoerotic Techno-blueprint for the “Verschwendete Jugend” (“Wasted Youth”) of the 1980s in West Germany.
Kaput was kindly invited to Delgados spanish hometown of Córdoba to talk about his new album “2” 
(Oblivion / SPV) – but somehow we ended up talking about him taking LSD in the forest and on trains.

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