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Meat Beat Manifesto

From 1987 seeing that an experimental/industrial duo inspired with the cut-and-paste behaviour of hip-hop and dub, Meats Defeat Manifesto increasingly became a car because of its frontman, Jack port Dangers, to explore the emerging consumer electronics of techno, trip-hop, and jungle. Although group was pegged as an commercial act (merely …

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Neutronic

Neutronic continues to be knocking round the techno underground because the past due ’90s, releasing albums, such as for example 1999’s Neutronic Vs. THE WORLD and 2001’s The Mutation Engine, through impartial labels. Several smaller sized produces and compilation songs are also going swimming, but despite their fairly high-profile performances …

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Psychic TV

After Genesis P-Orridge dissolved the seminal industrial rock and roll outfit Throbbing Gristle, he and Gristle cohort Peter Christopherson, plus Alternate TV’s Alex Fergusson, formed Psychic Television in 1981 as a way of continuing their confrontational, shock-oriented method of music and their multimedia live performances. Psychic Television draw a lot …

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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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Nitzer Ebb

Before the most industrial acts added guitars and became the rock from the 1990s, Nitzer Ebb created hard-hitting electronic music using the Teutonic bent and abrasive edge of early industrial music, in addition to the vocal chanting and beat-heavy flavor from the later-’80s alternative and Balearic dance scene. Shaped in …

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Plastic Noise Experience

Plastic material Noise Experience premiered in 1989 by Claus Kruse (synths, vocals) and Sm Kalwa (synths). The industrial-dance duo documented a debut (Transmitting) for the Gothic Artwork label and was after that authorized to Kk Information, which released the next album, 196 Levels C.

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Rosetta Stone

Goth rock and roll outfit Rosetta Rock were only available in 1988 when vocalist/guitarist Porl Ruler and bassist Karl North yearned to flee the original Brit-pop picture happening within their indigenous Liverpool. A season afterwards, the duo fulfilled the Mission’s Wayne Hussey, who wanted to make Rosetta Stone’s initial album. …

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Richard H. Kirk

Ex – Cabaret Voltaire member Richard H. Kirk can be widely thought to be among techno’s busiest guys, a differentiation he’s found through a discharge schedule that maintains discographers sweating and die-hard followers near bankruptcy. Without doubt, that function ethic created during Kirk’s period with CV, who, within their nearly …

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Pigface

Pigface can be an industrial music collective directed by remixer/manufacturer/drummer Martin Atkins, who all ahead of forming the group in 1990, had lent his abilities to such clothes as Public Picture Ltd., Ministry, Nine Inches Nails, and Getting rid of Joke, in addition to heading his very own record label, …

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VNV Nation

The electronic project VNV (“Victory Not Vengeance”) Nation was conceived in London in 1990 by Ronan Harris, debuting in-may of this year using the 12″ “Body Pulse.” “Power of Youth” adopted a few weeks later on, and by the end of the entire year Harris relocated to Toronto, where VNV …

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