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Chemlab

Inspired by Throbbing Gristle and ’80s industrial rings, Jared Hendriksen (vocals, coding) and Dylan Thomas More (coding) fulfilled up in Washington, D.C. in the later ’80s. The duo started documenting as Chemlab using the Ten Lot Pressure EP in 1990, along with a tour with Nine Inches Nails the next season gained them a more substantial audience. After putting your signature on with Metal Cutter, Hendriksen and much more assembled a music group (guitarist Steve Watson, bassist Ned Wahl and drummer Tag Kermanj) to record BURN UP on the Hydrogen Club, that was released in 1994. The next season, Chemlab re-released their debut EP for the mini-LP Magnetic Field Remixes, alongside one new monitor and many remixes. Their second recording, Lower East Part Militia, made an appearance in nov 1996; BURN UP in the Hydrogen Pub followed 3 years later.

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