Diseño Corbusier were an experimental industrial/minimal influx group from Spain who have been active through the 1980s. Making use of primitive drum devices and keyboards and utilizing Burroughs-inspired cut-up vocals, their Dadaist recordings dropped somewhere among Esplendor Geométrico and Cabaret Voltaire at their first and strangest. Javier García Marín and Rafael Flores created the group in Granada in past due 1981, and Ani Zinc (also called Neo Zelanda) became a member of soon later on. Flores remaining, but Zinc and Marín produced the label Auxilio De Cientos, and their are Diseño Corbusier began to receive see from your underground music globe. After their Stadia cassette premiered in 1983, they made an appearance on several compilations along with performers like Muslimgauze and Maurizio Bianchi. They released two vinyl fabric LPs — Pérfido Encanto (1985) and Un Alma de la Estrella (1986) — before disbanding. In 2012, both LPs had been reissued by Vinilisssimo, and Stadia premiered on vinyl fabric by Dark Entries in 2016.