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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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Ostkreutz

Ostkreutz uses an “audiovisual terror” design of electro-rock that is clearly a multimedia assault in the senses. The Berlin-based action, named after among the city’s principal S-Bahn (i.e., suburban metro railway) lines, was started in 2004 with the masked person who phone calls himself Optimum. More often than not, the …

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Parade Ground

Parade Ground certainly are a cool influx synth pop duo who shaped in Brussels in 1981, and contain brothers Jean-Marc Pauly and Pierre Pauly. Their generally uptempo monitors typically feature icy consumer electronics, minimal post-punk guitars, and dramatic vocals by Jean-Marc. They possess collaborated thoroughly with associates of Belgian commercial …

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Armageddon Dildos

Armageddon Dildos, a slang name for intercontinental ballistic missiles, can be an industrial rock and roll duo from Germany comprising Uwe Kanka (vocals) and Dirk Krause (synthesizer). They created the group in Kassel, Germany, in 1988, and released their debut recording, That’s Armageddon, in Germany in 1991. This is accompanied …

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Mortal

Before practically introducing industrial music to CCM, Jyro and Jerome formed the band Mortal Desire in 1988 with Wilson Peralta and Ray Tongpo. The group released a demonstration cassette, but afterwards shortened the name and lowered Peralta and Tongpo. Mortal’s initial album, Lusis, made an appearance in 1992 for the …

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Revolting Cocks

Rumor has it all the gents who all constitute Revolting Cocks discovered the name by their usual debauchery. Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was out for a difficult night of taking in with some close friends, so hard which the bartender threw them out, declaring them a couple of revolting cocks. …

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Rotersand

Inspired by techno aswell as rock and roll, German electronic body system music (EBM) group Rotersand set up themselves as a robust live act and in addition released songs frequently. Shaped in 2002 in Gelsenkirchen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rotersand are made up of Weapon (delivered Gunther Gerl), Rasc (Rascal Nikov), and Krischan …

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MDFMK

Following breakup of industrial giants KMFDM in 1999, members Sascha Konietzko and Tim Skold met up in a fresh project, logically known as MDFMK; they added a lady vocalist in the individual of Lucia Cifarelli, previously of the music group Drill. MDFMK’s self-titled debut premiered in the springtime of 2000, …

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