Gudrun Gut

About Gudrun Gut

From her years with the experimental post-punk band Malaria!, to her many collaborations, to solo electronic work, Gudrun Gut has been a pioneering force in German underground music. Gut was a student at Berlin's Hochschule der Kunste in the late '70s and early '80s, and became a part of the "ingenious dilettantes" art and music scene. She performed in Din a Testbild in 1977 and 1978, then formed Mania D with Beate Bartel and Bettina Köster. Gut and Bartel were also percussionists in an early lineup of Einstürzende Neubauten circa 1980. After Malaria! folded, Gut reunited with Bartel and Manon P. Duursma in the more electronic-based Matador before focusing solely on collaborative and solo work. ~ Heather Phares

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