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  • Movement

    1 dec 2011, 20:49 av bertrand-escaff

    Hi !

    Group Zeru ta Lur

    Artist Zeru ta Lur / Cérou ta Lourre, Zeru ta Lur, Cérou ta Lourre, Cérou ta Loure...

    Pronounciation Thay-roota loorrr

    Founder artist Zuhurbelea

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    Other brand new groups :


    For artists and new projects, for cold wave fans or just curious :

    Cold Wave Revival


    If you want to have a band classified in thematic and alphabetic list :

    Afterpunk Directory

    Be welcome, and for news to share, historical cold/new wave description of your region and its styles, thank you for sharing it in :

    Fanzine,



    See you, cheers :-)
  • Joy Divisial Bureau of Investigation

    29 nov 2011, 22:59 av bertrand-escaff

    Hi !

    Hands up. You have the right to keep silent.

    If you prefer to speak loud, you can contribute to the Global Enquiry for collecting the list of Bands Known or Obscure who Sound like Joy Division especially concerning the rythmical section .

    So, I ask you for the last time : which bands do you know with a big round obsessive rythm ?




    Cheeers
  • Joy Divisial Bureau of Investigation

    29 nov 2011, 22:58 av bertrand-escaff

    Hi !

    Hands up. You have the right to keep silent.

    If you prefer to speak loud, you can contribute to the Global Enquiry for collecting the list of Bands Known or Obscure who Sound like Joy Division especially concerning the rythmical section .

    So, I ask you for the last time : which bands do you know with a big round obsessive rythm ?




    Cheeers
  • Arts and society : historical relationship.

    29 nov 2011, 15:53 av bertrand-escaff

    Hi.

    What changes happened in your region under the influence of an art, either music or other arts..?
    Did you see it, or did you hear testimonies ?

    Cheers
  • They all saw The Sex Pistols live & made bands, we listen to the bands & forget…

    29 nov 2011, 11:52 av bertrand-escaff

    They all saw The Sex Pistols live & made bands, we listen to the bands & forget home-made friendly local new wave !

    Passive ? Active ? A question of era and comfort, maybe...

    Regional news ? Evolution of bands and styles in your town ? Underrated bands you know ?

    >>> Fanzine : write a short wiki (even "non"-neutral : special authorization) + links to samples, then share the link to your thread / article with your friends.
    Indie, electro, post-punk, psyche, mod, funky, ethereal, pop, transe, dream, doom, punk, stoner... All thing other than L. Gaga & sponsored stuff !

    And... Suggest connexions. Cheers :-)
  • Zeru ta Lur y Los Chichos ... contra la anemia musical !

    27 nov 2011, 14:21 av bertrand-escaff

  • ... Let's raise hands and hope for the future of our subcultural horizons facing Mr…

    28 okt 2011, 03:11 av bertrand-escaff

    ... Let's raise hands and hope for the future of our subcultural horizons facing Mr Fast Food and emergency ...


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    Project !

    Is anyone here in the site able to cover bass on Lullabies ? Top chrono.

    (1rst from one google plex more questions).

    Cold Wave Revival, Will Heggie, Garlands.
  • Dada Dumdums - MUSIC TO DIE FOR

    22 mar 2009, 16:48 av Sirprice

    DADA DUMDUMS is similar to classic dark wave, post-punk and gothic bands such as SIOUXSIE, BAUHAUS, THE CURE.

    They are definatetely worth to be checked out!


    Here's the link:

    Dada Dumdums
  • Subduction

    9 feb 2009, 00:17 av nitegaunt

    Subduction is the new project from William Van Huss, formerly of The Luminaries, and Ian Briscoe. Briscoe is an electronica artist who builds unique analog synths and other electronic instruments. Van Huss and Briscoe came together in 2008 to form Subduction as an experimental performance art project. Their first release, "Bad News From The Inner Solar System", makes use of Briscoe's home-brew instruments along with theremin, stylophone, tape loops, and other elements to create evocative soundscapes and "songs" that reflect some facets of the human experience we all are exposed to on this little blue-green marble we call planet Earth.
    Subduction's debut release shows influences that range from the early work of BBC's Radiophonic Workshop and Burrough's famous cut-ups to pioneering industrial and electronica artists like Psychic TV, Skinny Puppy, and Severed Heads. "How Very Much (I've Loved You)" draws from the cryptic and legendary Jonestown "final moments tapes" to create its atmosphere of urgency and despair. "Greetings" uses, as its base, some of the world music offerings included on the Voyager probes that were sent on their Grand Tour through our solar system and into the void of deep space in the 1970's. Together with the then U.N. President's greeting to any alien civilization that might come across the little probes and an infectious beat, the song serves to bring some hope into the mix after the first track's despairing portrait of cultish religion and the sometimes disasterous results that follow. "Celebrate" is a frenzied (and even quite danceable) track that uses sexual tension, lush production, and barely discernable lyrics to keep the feeling of the record upbeat and prepare for the epic final track, "Anything In Here". This twenty-three minute live "jam" incorporates nearly every gizmo in the room to paint a picture of edge-of-the-seat tension mingled with an intoxicating and hypnotic groove worthy of, not only one shoegazing listen, but repeated listens. Each successive one revealing more of the subtle nuances present in the soundscape.
    Art is not a product and money doesn't dictate whether or not an artist creates. The record industry is finally on it's way out and the power is beginning to shift back to the artist. The internet allows us to reach an audience that, only a few short years ago, would have never heard much beyond what corporate middlemen allowed them to hear. For that reason I am more excited every year that I now have the ablity to put out music without any thought of money pleasing someone who has it without compromising the integrity of the work.
    We released Subduction "Bad News From The Inner Solar System" officially on Digital Meltd0wn's music blog February 1st 2009. You can download the album in its entirety from there, my blog (Psyche Zenobia), LastFM, or several other places on the internet. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it. Currently we are working on the visuals for the shows we plan on doing and making a video which you should be able to find here very soon. Here's the linx:

    Digital Meltd0wn "Subduction" article with download

    Psyche Zenobia blog
  • [bat-cave.pl] wywiad ze Strange Dolls Cult

    12 nov 2008, 09:22 av michass

    Strange Dolls Cult to jeden z najciekawszych nowych europejskich zespołów deathrockowych. Ta pochodząca z Wiednia kapela ma do tej pory na koncie jedną EP-kę wydaną przez Catastrophe Ballet Records i kilka koncertów - między innymi z Cinema Strange, którzy są też jedną z oczywistych inspiracji dla SDC. Wiedeńczycy mają jednak swój własny, o wiele bardziej punkowy styl, i myślę, że można bez większego naciągania porównać ich brzmienie do Sex Pistols coverujących Cinema Strange (lub odwrotnie). Strange Dolls Cult od czasu założenia zespołu gra w niezmienionym składzie: The Doll Slut na wokalu, Mademoiselle Mal na gitarze, Delirium na basie i Torfduck na perkusji.
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