Buck-Tick is a Japanese rock band consisting of five members: Atsushi Sakurai on vocals, Hisashi Imai on guitars, backing vocals, noises and theremin, Hidehiko Hoshino on guitars and backing vocals, Yutaka Higuchi on bass, and Yagami Toll on drums. They originally formed in 1984 and have been almost continuously active since then. Over the course of their career, the band have experimented with many different genres of music, including positive punk, post-punk style, new-wave, goth, industrial, electronica, and straight rock-n-roll. Along with X Japan, Buck-Tick are commonly credited as one of the founders of the visual kei movement. In addition to their long, productive career as a band, the five members have worked on individual projects and collaborated with many other famous artists, both Japanese and foreign, including Maki Fujii (of Soft Ballet), Issay (of Der Zibet), Kiyoshi (of Spread Beaver) and (Media Youth), Masami Tsuchiya (formerly of Ippu-do), Raymond Watts (of PIG), Sascha Konietzko (of KMFDM), Clan of Xymox, Robin Guthrie (of the Cocteau Twins), Cube Juice, and Kelli Ali (formerly of Sneaker Pimps).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ulan Bator is a French experimental post-rock band founded in 1993 by Amaury Cambuzat and Olivier Manchion. They got their name from Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia. They create lengthy instrumental music with influence from industrial and krautrock bands like Can, Neu! and Faust. Amaury Cambuzat (vocals, guitar) and Olivier Manchion (bass) began to play together in 1987. While in Paris in 1993, they formed Ulan Bator with drummer Franck Lantignac. They built a recording studio in an unused chalk mine and recorded their first three albums there: "Ulan Bator", "2 Degrees", and "Vegetale". In 1996 they began a long relationship with krautrock band Faust during a French tour. The first meeting of Zappi W. Diermaier and Jean-Hervé Péron (of Faust) and Olivier Manchion and Amaury Cambuzat (of Ulan Bator) was recently released as Collectif Metz/Faust. Ulan Bator performed in prestigious festivals such as Les Transmusicales de Rennes, Roskilde. Their albums "Polaire"and "Vegetale" plus multiple live recordings were released in Italy by CPI. Afterwards, they signed to Sonica.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Void of Silence is a doom metal band from Italy formed in 1999 by Riccardo Conforti (Drums, keyboards, and samplers) and Ivan Zara (Guitar and bass) with the intention of creating music that would be the perfect union among its different influences: the one Dark/Ambient with gothic and industrial junction for the first one, and the one Doom metal oppressive of the second one.They both come from different Italian underground worlds: Riccardo Conforti was the Oblivion''s drummer and he is still the SYRION''s mind, Dark/Ambient project for which he make a name of himself during the period of 1998-1999 with the issue of two works and Ivan Zara was the Mystical Realms and Oblivion''s guitar player.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Chicago blues is a form of blues music that developed in Chicago, Illinois by taking the basicacoustic guitar and harmonica-based Delta blues and adding electrically amplified guitar, amplified bass guitar, drums, piano, and sometimes saxophone, and making the harmonica louder with a microphone and an instrument amplifier. In fact, some even used the trumpet. The music developed in the first half of the twentieth century due to the Great Migration (African American) when poor Black workers moved from the South into the industrial cities of the North such as Chicago.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Industrial rock is a musical genre that fuses electro-industrial and specific rock subgenres. Industrial rock spawned industrial metal, with which it is often confused. The early fusions of industrial music and rock were practiced by a handful of post-punk groups, including Chrome, Killing Joke, Swans, Foetus, and Big Black.Industrial rock artists generally employ the basic rock instrumentation of electric guitars, drums and bass and pair it with white noise blasts, electronic music gear (synthesizers, sequencers, samplers and drum machines). Guitars are commonly heavily distorted or otherwise affected. Bass guitars and drums may be played live, or be replaced by electronic musical instruments or computers in general. Industrial rock frequently incorporates the sounds of machinery and industry. This sound palette was pioneered by early 1980s artists (SPK, Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Krupps and Test Dept), who relied heavily on metal percussion, generally made with pipes, tubes and other products of industrial waste.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sage Ja! (German for "Say Yes!") is the first maxi-CD release by the Neue Deutsche Härte band Unheilig. Not only is it Unheilig's first maxi-CD release, it is also their first release of any media type. It was released on September 4th, 2000. Neue Deutsche Härte is a term invented by the German music press after the release of the debut album Herzeleid (1995) by Rammstein. It describes a Crossover style that is influenced by German rock ("Deutschrock"), heavy metal and hard rock, combining it with elements from electronic music and/or industrial music. The lyrics are generally in German. It uses the basic setup of instruments for metal, electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals, with keyboard, synthesisers, samples, and sometimes drum machines.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Throbbing Gristle are an English avant-garde music and visual arts group that evolved from the performance art group COUM Transmissions. The band consist of Genesis P-Orridge (aka Neil Megson - bass guitar, violin, vocals, vibraphone), Cosey Fanni Tutti (guitars, cornet, vocals), Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson (tapes, found sounds, horns, vibraphone, synthesizer), and Chris Carter (synthesizers, tapes, electronics). Throbbing Gristle has been widely considered as a pioneers of industrial music.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rob Haigh, also known as Omni Trio, is a British electronic, ambient and experimental musician. In the early eighties he released a series of experimental ambient albums under the names Robert Haigh and Sema - the most notable being Three Seasons Only'' and Notes From Underground''. He also contributed to several Nurse with Wound projects and formed an industrial avant funk band called The Truth Club together with Trefor Goronwy, who would go on to join This Heat, Camberwell Now and become involved with music in the former Soviet Union.. In the nineties Rob developed a unique style of what has become known as ambient Drum and Bass'' and released six acclaimed albums under the name Omni Trio. The Omni Trio sound is notable for its intricate orchestrated production and atmospheric sound palette. Omni Trio was one of the original drum and bass producers, who first released for Moving Shadow as early as 1993.
Dieser mysteriöse UK-Techno Künstler arbeitet an den Rändern von dubbigem Techno, UK Bass und Deephouse.nnDieser mysteriöse UK-Techno Künstler arbeitet an den Rändern von dubbigem Techno, UK Bass und Deephouse. Ambient techno exponent, A Sagittariun, fires off another full-length album transmission this April on his own Elastic Dreams label. 'Elasticity' is the Bristol based artist's second long player, and the follow up to his acclaimed 2013 debut, 'Dream Ritual'. Having last released a trio of singles in early 2015 (for Hypercolour, Secret Sundaze and Elastic Dreams), 'Elasticity' marks a return for A Sagittariun, and fans of the slippery and elastic sounds that hallmarked his debut album will not be disappointed. 'Dream Ritual' helped firmly establish A Sagittariun as an artist whose musical chops and integrity operate largely outside of the mainstream and a producer who chooses to put the music firmly center stage, whilst opting to remain relatively anonymous within the music scene. A Sagittariun explains, Elasticity was recorded over quite a short period, but the sketches and ideas have been germinating for some time, so sonically it's very coherent and consistent and moves in a way that I personally like albums to move in, with a narrative and flow that holds you right to the end. The recipe for Elasticity was always to be malleable and pliable with the sounds and tempos, for me it's all about the listening experience, and creating a landscape and a world within that one can really get deep into and explore, it's optimistic and progressive music for the head, heart and feet. I really do advise the listener to don headphones and take the trip with me. Over the album's 11 tracks, and a supporting cast of 'transmissions' from the likes of Robert Anton Wilson and Terrence McKenna, 'Elasticity' delves into a myriad of textured sounds and pliable rhythms, touching of ambient, industrial, breaks and dub influences. A two track 12 single, Contortion/Concrete Walls will be released one month prior, and features a couplet of 140 BPM techno tracks. TRACKS: 01. Architect Of Your Existence 02. Blim Burn 03. Transmission from Jesse 04. Apokalypsis 05. Composition ? 06. Transmission from Terrence 07. The Naming Of The Names 08. Chapter & Verse 09. Slowdive 10. Telescopium 11. Transmission from Alan 12. Quickness 13. Resurrection Of A Memory 14. Transmission from Robert 15. Black Starliner 16. Transmission from Myrtle Avenue