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Hermine

Sounding a little such as a Gallic version of Nico with a solid undercurrent of tongue-in-cheek self-parody, actress, writer, and performance artist Hermine liked a profession being a singer in the late ’70s with the mid-’80s. Delivered Hermine Demoriane in Paris in 1942, she journeyed to London in 1964 and …

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Matt Johnson

The dark visions from the The’s Matt Johnson stirred the imaginations of such diverse artists as Nine Inch Nails, MUCH BETTER THAN Ezra, and Sinead O’Connor. Johnson was created in London, Britain, on August 15, 1961. Johnson acquired his first music group Roadstar when he was just 11 yrs . …

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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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Peter Frohmader

Peter Frohmader can be an innovator of the next era of German electronic music. Not the same as most electronic artists, he is just marginally influenced with the cosmic audio of Tangerine Wish or Klaus Schulze. His music results in the underworld and produces a sinister and nightmarish atmosphere. Frohmader …

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Liaisons Dangereuses

Germany’s Liaisons Dangereuses was a short-lived group that pioneered industrial dance music, even though their lone recording, a self-titled 1981 launch mixed in Conny Plank’s studio room, could just like easily end up being categorized while post-punk as well as no influx. Beate Bartel (DAF) and Chris Haas (Mania D.) …

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Crack: W.A.R.

Based on the standard bio from the quirky electroclash Split: W.A.R. (which means “WE HAVE BEEN Rock and roll”), the music group was “spawned being a coughing syrup-fueled wish” within the Midwest in 1995. Creator King Riff afterwards moved to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and provided the music group using …

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Chemlab

Inspired by Throbbing Gristle and ’80s industrial rings, Jared Hendriksen (vocals, coding) and Dylan Thomas More (coding) fulfilled up in Washington, D.C. in the later ’80s. The duo started documenting as Chemlab using the Ten Lot Pressure EP in 1990, along with a tour with Nine Inches Nails the next …

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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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Chris & Cosey

Following the pioneer industrial rock and roll combo Throbbing Gristle split up in 1981, Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti (b. Christine Newby) made a decision to maintain working together. Functioning under the brands Chris and Cosey and CTI (Innovative Technology Institute), the duo extended the thick rhythmic ideas of …

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