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Zombie Nation

The mysterious dance outfit Zombie Nation is made up of a set of DJs, who pass the aliases of Splank and Mooner, both of whom hail from Munich. The duo 1st authorized to DJ Hell’s label, International Deejay Gigolo, before shifting to Ministry of Sound’s Data label. Zombie Country issued …

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Yellow Magic Orchestra

The trailblazing force behind the emergence of japan techno-pop sound from the later ’70s, Yellow Magic Orchestra remains a seminal influence on contemporary electronic music — hugely popular both in the home and overseas, their pioneering usage of synthesizers, sequencers and drum devices places them second and then Kraftwerk as …

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Wiley

Quite possibly the main element participant in U.K. grime — though he known as his knotty, brittle design “eski” or “eskibeat” — maker and MC Wiley (created Richard Cowie) arrived up as an associate of Pay out as U Proceed Cartel, and was later on a founding person in Roll …

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Zombi

Not a good deal of space rock and roll/prog rock and roll bands of the first 21st hundred years are mainly guitarless — aside from completely instrumental. But that’s exactly the strategy that both gentlemen referred to as Zombi possess chosen to consider. Comprising people Steve Moore (bass and synthesizers) …

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The Narrator

Using the careless charm of the shaggy dog and an apathetic but enthusiastic attitude, the Narrator embrace the raw aesthetics of great indie rockers; rather than trying to end up being groundbreaking, they play reckless, straightforward rock and roll. While their will and get are honest, their tone is certainly …

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Marcus Schmickler

A member from the thriving Cologne experimental music picture connected with Mouse on Mars, Nonplace Urban Field, Air Liquide, Mike Ink, as well as the A-Music, Electro Bunker, and Karaoke Kalk brands, Markus Schmickler is among the more “composerly” contributors compared to that conglomerate’s developing renown. A formal college student …

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Wire

Cable emerged from the Uk punk explosion but, from the outset and years after, maintained a range from that picture and resisted easy categorization. While punk quickly became a caricature of itself, Wire’s musical identification — centered on experimentation and procedure — was continuously metamorphosing. Their 1st three albums only …

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Hour of Penance

A self-described “brutal” loss of life metal music group from Rome, Italy, Hour of Penance formed in 1999. Affected at first with a combination of dark and loss of life metallic, Hour of Penance would quickly move from those designs, and — affected by Cannibal Corpse — decide on a …

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Hawkwind

Any sci-fi fan with an extended memory space probably remembers those 1970s’ DAW paperback editions of Michael Moorcock’s sword-and-sorcery novels, making use of their pictures of heavily armored, very muscular warriors carrying huge swords and standing up against eerie scenery and starscapes. Consider that imagery, toss in some brands and …

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The Hawklords

Essentially a Hawkwind spin-off band, the Hawklords’ run hardly lasted annually, but proved significant in convincing founder-guitarist Dave Brock to provide his parent band yet another shot. The original impetus grew from Hawkwind’s six-week support stint within the U.S. between Feb and Apr 1978. Brock apparently found the workout therefore …

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