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Mick Harris

Carefully allied with post-industrial dub terrorists such as for example Expenses Laswell, Techno Pet, James Plotkin, Robert Musso, and Anton Fier, Birmingham-based artist Mick Harris is something of a report in extremes. A drummer with mentioned death metal clothing Napalm Death with the group’s past due-’80s and early-’90s heyday, Harris …

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Scorn

Carefully allied with post-industrial dub terrorists such as for example Expenses Laswell, Techno Pet, James Plotkin, Robert Musso, and Anton Fier, Birmingham-based artist Mick Harris is something of a report in extremes. A drummer with mentioned death metal clothing Napalm Death with the group’s past due-’80s/early-’90s heyday, Harris started tinkering …

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Rx

After American Information indefinitely delayed his W.E.L.T. task, previous Skinny Puppy frontman Nivek Ogre teamed with longtime friend and maker Martin Atkins to support the digital duo Ritalin, quickly renamed Rx. Their debut LP Bedside Toxicology made an appearance in 1998.

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We

We are one of the most bizarre and eclectic outcroppings of NY City’s experimental ambient/dub/hip-hop picture, also the foundation of such performers as DJ Spooky, Sub Dub, Byzar, Liminal, and Brooklyn’s WordSound collective. A trio of overall performance performers with hands in almost twelve different tasks, We evolved from some …

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Download

As commercial and industrial-metal made great inroads in the mainstream graphs during the past due ’90s, many early pioneers continued to record with small fanfare but a great deal of creativity, also if the incredible leaps in technology had largely altered their sound because the heyday from the 1980s. Download …

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Ice

UK psychedelic pop quintet formed within the mid-60s even though John Carter (bass), Glyn Adam (vocals), Lynton Naiff (body organ), Offer Serpell (drums) and Steve Turner (electric guitar) were going to Sussex School in Brighton, Sussex, Britain. Their debut one, ‘Wedding anniversary (Of Appreciate)’, premiered in 1967 following the group …

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Ice

The darker visions of industrial-strength trip-hop plus death-metal raging equals the intense dub-hop of Ice. A side-project-of-sorts produced around Godflesh’s Justin K. Broadrick and God’s Kevin Martin (exactly the same lineup composed of Techno Pet), Ice produced in the first ’90s with extra bandmembers Dave Cochrane and Alex Buess. The …

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Techno Animal

Regular collaborators Kevin Martin and Justin Broadrick (who’ve worked together in such tasks as God and Glaciers) constitute Techno Pet, a beat-oriented ambient group who fuse components of dub-style production with dense, slightly paranoid melodic themes and heavily treated digital rhythms. Although both Martin and Broadrick possess their fingers in …

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Ice

Glaciers is the primary name from the saving and executing moniker from the legendary — and frequently sampled — funk clothing, the Lafayette Afro ROCK-BAND. The group was shaped on Long Isle, NY as the Bobby Boyd Congress. Determining America had been overloaded with funk works, they relocated to France …

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Ice

Japanese pop group Ice built a solid showing on the country’s charts during 1996, when their album Soul Dimension became a high Ten hit.

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