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This is going to be about my intrest for New Wave , Acid House , Trance , New Beat and other music that keeps haunting me during this life.



Updated: 2014-10-03T08:16:42.002+02:00

 



Telex - Spike Jones

2008-10-19T14:57:22.756+02:00

The Belgian synthpop group Telex was formed in 1978 by Marc Moulin, Dan Lacksman and Michel Moers, with the intention of "Making something really European, different from rock, without guitar - and the idea was electronic music." Mixing the aesthetics of disco, punk and experimental electronic music, they released a stripped-down synthesized cover version of "Twist à St. Tropez" by Les Chats



16 Bit - Where Are You

2008-10-19T14:01:01.754+02:00

Sven Väth (born 26 October 1964 near Frankfurt, Germany) is a DJ who has produced a large body of work since his career began in 1982. He was also one of the founders of legendary trance music labels Harthouse and the now-defunct Eye Q, as well as being among the very first DJs to play trance records. In 1995 Mixmag rated his album Accident in Paradise one of the top-50 dance albums of all time;



C Cat Trance - Shake The Mind

2008-10-19T13:26:30.332+02:00

Lead singer/sax player John Rees Lewis left Medium Medium at the start of 1982 to form C Cat Trance with original drummer Nigel Stone, who had left shortly before the release of “Hungry, So Angry.”Downloads : C Cat Trance - Shake The Mind C Cat Trance - My TattooC Cat Trance - Shake The Mind (Short Version)



Alan Rankine - The Sandman

2008-10-19T19:31:01.336+02:00

Alan Rankine (born 17 May 1958, Edinburgh, Scotland) played keyboards, and guitars, for the rock band known as The Associates, which he co-founded with Billy Mackenzie in the late 1970s.Together they recorded three albums: The Affectionate Punch (1980), Fourth Drawer Down (1981) and Sulk (1982). The alchemy between Rankine's multi-instrument talents and MacKenzie's multi-octave voice (and cryptic



Karen finley - Tales Of Taboo

2008-10-19T19:41:31.030+02:00

Karen Finley (b. 1956, Evanston, Illinois) is a controversial American performance artist, whose theatrical pieces and recordings have often been labelled "obscene" due to their graphic depictions of sexuality, abuse, and disenfranchisement. She was notably one of the NEA Four, four performance artists whose grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were vetoed in 1990 by John Frohnmayer



Hula - Black Wall Blue

2008-10-19T11:16:35.539+02:00

The Sheffield based band Hula was founded in november 1980. Three members (Mark Albrow, Alan Fisch and Ron Wright) lived with Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire) and Paul Widger (They must be Russians, Clock DVA, the Box) in a villa called Hula Kula. After trying the bass players Alan Watt, the notorious Chris Brain (Tense, NOS) and Mark Brydon (Chakk, Moloko), and after the replacement of



Crash Course In Science - Signals From Pier Thirteen

2008-10-19T19:43:53.663+02:00

Crash Course in Science (CCIS) is an electronic musical group that was formed in 1979. The band was formed as a way to explore performance art and music, which the members desperately needed to express. Choosing toy instruments and live drums out of necessity, CCIS began to experiment with a series of analog recording devices. The instruments gave way to crude drum machines and ‘Frankenstein’



He Said - Pump

2008-10-18T21:15:57.697+02:00

Edvard Graham Lewis is an artist whose career has spanned twenty years and nearly as many music styles. From his beginings with Wire (pictured at right, from left to right, Newman, Gilbert, Gotobed, and Lewis), through his colaborations with fellow Wire-mate Bruce Gilbert (Dome, Duet Emmo, Cupol, P'O, MZUI), to his solo project and recent colaborations (He Said, H.A.L.O., He Said Omala, Ocsid,



Torch Song - White Night

2008-10-18T20:43:38.419+02:00

Torch Song was a British synthpop and dance band of the early 1980s consisting of William Orbit, Laurie Mayer and Grant Gilbert. In 1985, Grant left to pursue other projects and long-time friend Rico Conning officially joined the group. After the release of 'Exhibit A' in 1987, Torch Song as a group was put on the back-burner while William concentrated on solo work and remixes. He continued to



Stanton Miranda - Wheels Over Indian Trails

2008-10-18T20:11:29.537+02:00

Stanton Miranda takes multi-tasking to extremes: singer/songwriter/actor/performance artist. Her avant-garde pop and folk-tinged songs contain elements which both settle, and unease. Besides being a solo singer/songwriter and one half of new-wave art band Thick Pigeon; New York-based Miranda also played in the band ckm, put together by visual artist Dan Graham, with Christine Hahn (ex Malaria)



T.D.A. - Faces Of Freedom

2008-10-18T19:24:33.738+02:00

Test Dept were an industrial music band formed in New Cross, London, by unemployed musicians (including Alastair Adams, Paul Jamrozy, Angus Farquhar, Graham Cunnington, Tony Cudlip, Toby Burdon and Paul Hines) from Glasgow, Scotland, where the band later re-located. Comedian Vic Reeves played bass in an early incarnation of the band. Formed in 1981, they are hailed by many musicians as one of the



Flesh & Fell - The Hunger

2008-10-18T14:51:56.375+02:00

New-wave band from Brussels/Ostend from the middle of the eighties. Flesh & Fell consisted initially of musician Pierre Goudesone and femme-fatale singer Cathérine Vanhoucke. The two of them moved from Ostend to Brussels and recorded a first demo - aided by Luc Van Acker - with which they started bombarding the record-firms. Despite being a new-wave band, they tried to gain some fame with a



ABT 409 - ABT 409

2008-10-18T14:02:49.805+02:00

Back to the swiss underground in the 1980’s, travelling across the country, from one border town, basel, to the other border town, geneva. the genevan label helvete underground published a couple of very interesting records during the 1980s of very interesting, although i think quite forgotten bands. one record of this label. one of these i think also very shortlived bands was abt 409. again i do



Anne Clark - Our Darkness

2008-10-08T13:39:34.278+02:00

Anne Clark was born in Croydon, South London on May 14th 1960 to an Irish mother and a Scottish father. She left school at sixteen. The constraints of her school education however couldn't quash her voracious appetite for music, books,an inquisitiveness and practical need to be involved with the world around her.She took a number of jobs including working as a care assistant in a psychiatric



Newcleus - Automan

2008-10-08T13:23:16.165+02:00

Although they recorded only two albums, Newcleus contributed one true electro classic in "Jam on Revenge (The Wikki-Wikki Song)," which has been immortalized on hundreds of hip-hop mixtapes and often included in even techno DJs' sets. The origins of Newcleus lay in a 1977 Brooklyn DJ collective known as Jam-On Productions, including Ben "Cozmo D" Cenac, his cousin Monique Angevin, and her brother



Eberhard Schoener - Why Don't You Answer

2008-10-08T12:51:00.655+02:00

Eberhard Schoener (born May 13, 1938, Stuttgart) is a German composer,conductor, arranger, and keyboard player.As a young man, Schoener travelled extensively through the Far East, and observed a wide range of religious as well as musical practices. This resulted in a conviction that all artists should embrace their own cultural heritage, but also be open to others. His music references and



No More - Suicide Commando

2008-10-08T12:35:27.619+02:00

In 1981, the german band NO MORE landet an underground hit with SUICIDE COMMANDO, which in the following years spread internationally like a virus regardless of genre and scene.Whether in the New Yorker Limelight or in an indie disco in the Ruhrgebiet, at the Love Parade in Berlin or the Parisian in-shop Colette, whether in a techno club in Tokyo or at the Sonar Festival in Barcelona:SUICIDE



Kissing The Pink - The Other Side Of Heaven

2008-10-08T12:18:20.302+02:00

Kissing the Pink are a dance/synth pop group from the United Kingdom. Members included Nick Whitecross, John Hall, George Stewart, Josephine Wells, Pete Barnett, Sylvia Griffin, Steve Cusack, and Simon Aldridge.If Kissing the Pink's name sounds like sexual innuendo, it's because it is. The band eventually changed their appellation to the modest KTP. Often chastised by the U.K. press in the '80s,



Soul Sonic Force - Planet Rock

2008-10-08T11:49:24.114+02:00

The Soulsonic Force (also referred to as Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force) are an American hip-hop ensemble led by Afrika Bambaataa who helped established hip-hop in the early 1980s with songs such as Planet Rock. They were also influential in the birth of the electro movement in America and helped paved the way for modern dance music styles such as Techno and House, as well as hip-hop



Jah Wobble - Invaders Of The Heart

2008-10-08T11:17:55.929+02:00

Jah Wobble (born John Wardle, in Stepney in 1958) is an English bass guitarist, singer, poet and composer. He became known to a wider audience as the original bass player in Public Image Ltd (PiL) in the late 1970s and early 1980s, but left the band after two years. Following his departure from PiL, he went on to a successful solo career, continuing to the present. His daughter is actress Hayley



Cabaret Voltaire - Yashar

2008-10-06T14:59:25.367+02:00

Cabaret Voltaire were a British music group from Sheffield, England. Initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson, the group was named after the Cabaret Voltaire, a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland that was a center for the early Dada movement. Their earliest performances were dada-influenced performance art, but Cabaret Voltaire later developed into one of the most



Tik & Tok - Summer In The City

2008-10-06T15:52:36.140+02:00

In 1979 mime artists extraordinaire Tim Dry and Barbie Wilde united with disco champion dancers Robert Pereno, LA Richards and Karen Sparks to produce Shock; a rock / mime/burlesque/music troupe. In April 1980 they recruited another mime Sean Crawford who had a unique robotic act called Plastic Joe. The line up changed with the departure of Karen and the quick introduction and departure of Penny



Max Berlin - Elle Et Moi

2008-10-06T15:47:37.877+02:00

Max Berlin: Too unknown to have his own page on wikipedia. Cult figure(in Belgium, The Netherlands & France)According to some sources he is to believed the brother of the French DJ and producer Greg Cerrone. He is best-known for his hit record "Elle et moi" . Downloads : Max Berlin - Elle Et MoiMax Berlin - You DanceMax Berlin - Elle Et Moi



Beastie Boys - Cooky Puss

2008-10-06T14:15:14.966+02:00

Cooky Puss is the second EP by the Beastie Boys, and features their first Hip hop recording. It was released in 1983 as a 12-inch single on Rat Cage Records.All 4 tracks, along with the entire Pollywog Stew EP, appear on the compilation album Some Old Bullshit.The Cooky Puss track samples Steve Martin's "My Real Name" segment on his 1978 A Wild and Crazy Guy album.Downloads : Beastie Boys - Cooky



The Executive Slacks - Rock ,N' Roll

2008-10-05T14:36:13.509+02:00

The Executive Slacks were an industrial/goth band formed in the 1980s in Philadelphia (USA) and were fronted by lead Matt Marrello (guitar and vocals). He was replaced in 1987 by Athan Maroulis until 1991 when the band broke up. The other band members were Bobbie Rae, John Young and Stuart Levy.Their album “Fire and Ice” (1986, Cleopatra records) included an electric cover of the Gary Glitter