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The Ex

Playing a hybrid of punk to improve their liberal socialist agenda (offering as the challenging exact carbon copy of a Dutch Crass), the Ex released reams of details and propaganda through the ’80s — each released on the different Dutch label — however in the ’90s begun to accept industrial …

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Blixa Bargeld

Blixa Bargeld (given birth to Christian Emmerich in Berlin on January 12, 1959) is most likely best known being a founding person in the German group Einsturzende Neubauten as well as the idiosyncratic guitarist in Nick Cave as well as the Poor Seed products. While these have already been his …

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Macha

In 1996, multi-instrumentalist Joshua McKay and his drum-playing brother Mischo McKay found themselves both surviving in Athens, GA, following a three-year separation (that they had last lived jointly in Gainesville, FL, where these were both in a band called Emperor Moth). Back again jointly within an offbeat university city, the …

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Flux Information Sciences

Many vividly described simply by Michael Gira simply because sounding “…like being beaten up by way of a sexually enraged clown,” no-wave throwbacks Flux Information Sciences unleashed their debut for Gira’s own Young God label in early 2001. Ahead of that, three various other LPs were released between 1997 and …

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Caspar Brötzmann

Shaped in Berlin, Germany in 1987, the Caspar Brötzmann Massaker was a car because of its nominal leader, an acclaimed guitar virtuoso (along with the son of saxophonist Peter Brötzmann) whose intense function summoned the spirit and power of traditions which range from rock to free of charge jazz. A …

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Executive Slacks

Philadelphia’s Professional Slacks are an often overlooked section of industrial music’s background. Created in 1980 by key pad player John Youthful and vocalist/guitarist Matt Marello, they began producing primitive experimental recordings influenced by Tuxedomoon and Cabaret Voltaire before developing an intense, driving, danceable digital rock audio that preceded the industrial …

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D.A.F.

Deutsch Amerikansiche Freundschaft (“German American A friendly relationship”; mostly abbreviated to D.A.F.) was founded like a five-piece commercial noise clothing in Düsseldorf in 1978, but eventually winnowed right down to a two-man group comprising vocalist/lyricist Gabi Delgado and drummer/digital musician Robert Görl. Their early advancement is from the Düsseldorf centered …

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Element of Crime

German rock and roll group Part of Criminal offense began in 1985, soon after another Berlin-based music group to which Sven Regener (vocals, acoustic guitar, and trumpet) and Jakob Ilja (acoustic guitar) belonged dissolved. Not really wanting to stop music, nevertheless, the duo added bassist Paul Lukas, drummer Uwe Bauer, …

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Disco Inferno

Disco Inferno were formed by teens Ian Crause (guitars and vocals), Paul Willmott (bass), Daniel Gish (keyboards), and Rob Whatley (drums) in Essex in 1989. By fall of that season, Gish was no more area of the music group following its restructuring; he’d afterwards sign up for Bark Psychosis; the …

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