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Drum Machine Technicians

Using the initials “DMT,” Drum Machine Technicians could easily be mistaken being a cookie-cutter rave act as opposed to the crafters of chunky, abstract electronic levels. Not knowing these were naming themselves after a fast-acting hallucinogen, Eddie Def and DJ Cue began DMT to help expand explore the dropped times …

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Audio Paradox

The Texas-based industrial group Sound Paradox was begun in 1989 by Josh Pyle to explore the fringe of noise and experimental electronics. Although task was placed on hiatus in 1991 (after Pyle arranged the post-punk music group the Eternal with Matthew Larson), Pyle shortly returned to Sound Paradox and started …

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Chris Watson

Chris Watson was a founding person in late-’70s/early-’80s techno and synth-pop innovators Cabaret Voltaire and, later, ambient-industrial fusioners the Hafler Trio. In something of the odd change, Watson remaining the music market behind in the first ’90s to are a audio recordist for the Royal Culture for the Safety of …

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Bourbonese Qualk

Vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Julian Gilbert and Simon Crab formed experimental industrial group Bourbonese Qualk in 1980 with drummer Steven Tanza. The group got a cool, dub-influenced post-punk sound, with intense shouted lyrics about anarchy and politics subjects. The music group got released 11 albums since 1983’s Laughing Afternoon, though Gilbert …

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Wolff & Hennings

The mystical sounds of Tibetan bells and singing bowls have already been used for years and years in Buddhist meditation and religious rites. Henry Wolff and Nancy Hennings initial encountered these musical instruments throughout a 1969 visit to India and Nepal where they researched using the Kagyu branch of Tibetan …

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Konstruktivists

Konstruktivists (sometimes referred to as Konstruktivits or Konstruktivist) certainly are a Uk experimental industrial group who have been founded by Glenn Michael Wallis in the first ’80s. Wallis once was a member of the Krautrock-influenced group known as Heute and a co-employee of commercial originators Throbbing Gristle before he started …

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Micachu & the Shapes

Micachu may be the stage name of Mica Levi, a vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist given birth to in Surrey, Britain, and raised in the Bow section of East London. Levi’s music, which she telephone calls experimental pop, can be a boundary-blurring mixture of hip-hop-tinged beats, discovered audio examples, singalong melodies, rock and roll …

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Throbbing Gristle

Abrasive, intense, and antagonistic, Britain’s Throbbing Gristle pioneered commercial music; exploring loss of life, mutilation, fascism, and degradation amid a thunderous cacophony of mechanised sound, tape loops, extremist anti-melodies, and bludgeoning is better than, the group’s ethnic terrorism — the “wreckers of civilization,” one tabloid known as them — elevated …

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Acid Horse

Another branch in the rather large and twisted family members tree that Ministry spawned, Acid Equine was a one-off single cooperation between Ministry’s Al Jourgensen (Ministry side task nickname these times: Alien Doggie Star), Chris Connelly (Gallopin’ Scorpionsaddlebutt), Expenses Rieflin (Biff), and Cabaret Voltaire’s Stephen Mallinder and Richard H. Kirk …

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UV Pøp

UV Pøp (or “Ultra Violent Pop”) was a post-punk group in the South Yorkshire area of Britain formed in the first 1980s by John K. Light. White have been offering the musical support for the floundering vocal group known as the I Scream Guys, and released UV Pøp being a …

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