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23 Skidoo

Early compatriots of Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle in Britain’s experimental/commercial scene, 23 Skidoo pursued an improvisational fusion of cultural drumming and post-punk dance on the few recordings of the first ’80s. Named following a slang expression in the 1920s that acquired originally made an appearance in the task of …

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4 Be 2

He didn’t achieve the popularity that his older sibling John enjoyed, but Jimmy Lydon was section of his personal group for a brief period during the past due ’70s and early ’80s, 4 End up being 2. Just like the early produces of his brother’s second main band, Public Picture …

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400 Blows

Not to end up being confused with a Californian steel work or an Anglophilic NY music group of the same name (or the 1959 Truffaut film that these groupings take their name from), 400 Blows was something of the avant funk music group from Britain that followed within the guidelines …

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The Teardrop Explodes

Among the pivotal groupings to emerge from the Liverpool neo-psychedelia community through the later ’70s, the Teardrop Explodes was a display for Julian Deal, a notoriously eccentric amount whose unfashionable like of Krautrock and hallucinogenic medications place him distinctly in addition to the prevailing punk mentality from the period. Cope …

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The The

The The was the guise of Matt Johnson, a mercurial singer/songwriter whose music ran the gamut from dance-pop to country. Blessed August 15, 1961, in London, Johnson grew up in the toned above his father’s pub, both Puddings, a haven for well-known superstars and bad guys; he also became subjected …

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Dalek I Love You

Like a lot of memorable bands from the post-punk period, Dalek I REALLY LIKE You emerged from Liverpool, Britain, rising from the Eric’s Membership picture which also launched Echo as well as the Bunnymen as well as the Teardrop Explodes. Produced in the ashes of the group Radio Empty, Dalek …

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Children 18:3

Initially formed like a ska band in 1999, Christian punk band Kids 18:3 ultimately found their sound in 2001 if they switched from a five-piece to some pop-leaning power trio comprised of siblings David, Lee Marie, and Seth Hostetter. Like a recently formed three-piece, Kids 18:3 discovered their sound experimenting …

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The Glove

Superstar side tasks possess always rattled round the music picture, one-off outings conceived for just about any reason you prefer — to scratch an innovative itch, to satisfy an individual vanity, or just merely to confuse and confound an target audience that is growing much too complacent. Sometimes, however, it …

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Half Japanese

Handful of punk rock’s founding fathers might have expected the severe to which Fifty percent Japanese took the music’s D.We.Con. ethos. Founded by brothers Jad and David Good, Fifty percent Japanese had been quite essentially the most amateurish rock-band to produce a record because the Shaggs, basically ignoring musical essentials …

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Glaxo Babies

Glaxo Infants were a post-punk music group located in Bristol, Britain. The foursome was vocalist Rob Chapman, guitarist/vocalist Dan Catsis (ex-Pop Group), drummer Geoff Alsopp, and bassist Tom Nichols. They released the THAT IS YOUR DAILY LIFE EP in 1979; by enough time from the Christine Keeler solitary months later, …

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