industrial

E.g., 24 Jul 2017

Zoviet France

:zoviet*france: is an idiosyncratic collective of anonymous postindustrialists, dronologists, and pseudo-ethnomusicologists. Their investigations have taken them into semi-fictional cultures where reality is not easily located - although oft-forgotten historical markers, such as beachhead bunkers, occasionally punctuate their cover artwork - and often slips into the realm of the waking dream. Having secluded themselves in Newcastle, England since their inception in 1982, :Zoviet*France: have developed a radical relationship with the cheap technologies of old-fashioned tape recorders...

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Somatic Responses

The brothers John and Paul Healy, collectively known throughout the world as Somatic Responses, are still native residents of a small industrial mining community snugly located in the southwest region of Wales. Somatic Responses are into complex dislocated & broken beats, distorted intelligent constructions, fascinating sonic structures, force and sweetness intertwined.

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Covenant

There is more than one known artist who once went under the name Covenant: 1. Covenant is a band from Sweden that has furthered electronic body music ("EBM" - pioneered in the 80s by the likes of Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb), futurepop, and synth pop since the early 1990s. 2. Covenant, now known as The Kovenant, was a Norwegian band which has evolved from a melodic symphonic black metal band to industrial metal/harsh industrial on more recent albums. The band changed the name due to a dispute with the Swedish band that shared the same name.

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KiEw

KiEw is a German electro-industrial project founded in late 1990 by Andreas "Thedi" Thedens. It started with avant-garde and dada-industrial sound experiments, later changing to more rhythmic power electro-industrial/power noise. The band uses a lot of break beat and techno elements and voice samples from movies, audio books, etc. Signed to Out of Line since 2000. Main themes in most tracks are insanity, schizophrenia, paranoia and therapy. Discography:

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Renoized

Alex Holmes is Renoized, an electro-industrial artist from Nottingham, UK. The newest addition to the industrial scene is determined not to be ignored, captivating the ears with infectious melodies and relentless beats. Driven by the love of the stage and a lust for the limelight Renoized is ready to make his voice heard and carve out a niche in a scene already filled with an abundance of outstanding acts.

Read more about Renoized on Last.fm.

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Sly Fox

A short lived "one hit wonder" aggregation circa 1985 featuring former Bootsy's Rubber Band and Parliment member Gary 'Mudbone' Cooper who under direction of British producer Ted Currier teamed up with a vocalist by the name of Michael Camacho to form a studio "band" named "Sly Fox." The genre breaking hit result of the partnership was the song "Let's Go All the Way." The debut single was a huge success and charted with almost every demographic you could imagine: pop, r&b, new-wave, rock, etc.

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Punish Yourself

Welcome to PUNISH YOURSELF's party of the century: the Pink Panther Party. Do not believe for a second you can just stand around. Those hammering beats are going to move your feet. Crushing guitar riffs are forcing that heavy head to bang. Loops and samples will force your ears open. Festering Ambient waves, EBM sequences and Techno parts are making themselves felt within your intestines. The voices of Miss Z and Vx "Cheerleader" will kick start your brain into frantic work as their words carry real meaning.

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OWEN TROMANS & THE ELDERS

Owen Tromans grew up in The Black Country and led John Peel favourites San Lorenzo before pursuing a solo career that has seen him release several acclaimed albums and tour extensively, playing with the likes of Brian Jonestown Massacre, Idlewild, Plush and The Autumn Defense. Owen has also appeared on records with Devendra Banhart, Mercury Rev, Bardo Pond and members of REM and Sonic Youth, most notably “Chamber Music” on Fire Records. The Observer singled out Owen’s contribution to the compilation for its “Steely acoustic guitar with lashings of romantic sentiment.”

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