"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"In the 70's created by German drummer Klaus Dinger (1946-2008), the rapid repetitive pulsing beat of ”motor skills” (he himself preferred to call it ”lange gerade”, later the ”apache beat”), which soon infected the passage of experimentrock and also protopunken."
"Actually was born in the energizing rhythm of his love and longing for a Swedish girlfriend who broke his heart and moved to Norway."
"In the inspired the documentary The heart is a drum that appears on the Tempo dokumentärfestival follows Swedish filmmaker Jacob Frössén Dinger in the slots and trying to catch his both unique and of the period of creativity."
"you preserved them bikes he about with a fjäderprydd plastkeps and spray hearts and other playful symbols directly on the streets and sidewalks of Berlin. He sounds wise in the late telefonintervjuerna."
"Dinger first wanted to become an architect, but in the city he was soon of the music (and the new, readily available drugs) frihetsrusiga allure."
"He drummed for a while in the Band, but formed the group NEU! (always dressed in white overalls), with guitarist Michael Rother."
"In the middle of the 70s he created the group La Düsseldorf whose sound inspired both David Bowie and Brian Eno, who said: ”There were three great beats in the 1970s: Fela Kutis afrobeat, James Brown's funk and Klaus Dingers Neu!the beat”."