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Pulse Legion

John Ricker, Samuel P., and Jason DM compose the darkwave-electronic clothing Pulse Legion. Merging dark, ambient looks and goth rock and roll, the trio produced in 1996 within their indigenous Hawaii, ahead of resettling in LA. Their 1997 debut Evolve was marketed by COP International Information and 2 yrs later …

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Martin Atkins

Since appearing within the picture in 1980, English-born Martin Atkins is becoming among the leading lighting of the globe of industrial steel. His label, Unseen Records, continues to be home for some of the very most essential acts from the genre. Blessed on August 3, 1959, in Coventry, Britain, Atkins …

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Funker Vogt

An electronic-body-music duo with up to date electronics and a far more intense design, Funker Vogt was shaped by vocalist Jens Kastel and programmer Gerrit Thomas (they took the name Funker Vogt from a radio-operator friend). The duo made an appearance on many compilations within their indigenous Germany, and released …

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Chris Carter

Chris Carter (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) turned a years as a child hobby right into a profession. Created in Islington, London, Britain on January 28, 1953, Carter became enchanted with high-tech tools early in his youngsters. When he was just a son, Carter spent hours using a tape deck; his …

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Leather Nun

Natural leather Nun once stunned an audience by teaching a porno film in a concert. While Sweden is frequently seen as the united states that spawned disco queens ABBA, Leather Nun are its bastard sons. Careening from garage area rock and roll to goth and commercial, Leather Nun became cult …

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Panacea

Panacea’s Mathis Mootz is among the initial German drum’n’bass makers to produce a significant dent one of the somewhat insular London jungle group, developing a bridge of types between your U.K. jungle picture and its own Berlin-based antagonist within the “digital hardcore” of Alec Empire, Shizuo, Atari Teenage Riot, etc. …

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Liquid G.

Water G. (brief for Water Garbage) is certainly a Belgian electro-industrial task helmed by Peter Truck Bogaert, aka Peter Punk. Dynamic since 1987, a lot of the project’s music continues to be released via Truck Bogaert’s own Water Produkts label, generally by means of limited self-made cassettes and CD-Rs. Water …

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Tony Kostrzewa

Tony Kostrzewa founded Crimson Rhino Records, among the premiere Uk independent labels from the post-punk period and a starting pad for serves including Pulp, Entrance 242, and Crimson Lorry Yellow Lorry. Blessed Julian Anthony Kostrzewa in Yorkshire on Oct 18, 1949, “Tony K” (as he was nearly universally known) originally …

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Zwischenfall

Zwischenfall were a short-lived Belgian synth pop/new influx group active through the early ’80s. They shaped in 1982 and in the beginning contains synthesizer participant Michael Sass, bassist/vocalist Martin Urban, and guitarist/drummer Stephan Kraemer. Merging consumer electronics with traditional rock and roll instruments, they documented some demo tunes that caught …

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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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