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Industrial, Goth etc

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by ASA, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. Shuei

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    Lol, Genesis P. Orridge tagged as "Gucci Goth" haha! He's the lead vocalist of Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, it doesn't get much more experimental than that. Don't just trust any label found on Last.fm

    I personally am a huge fan of a lot of the old-school bands, but i too like Zola Jesus and Christ Vs. Warhol and such

    Also i don't see how you can't like Current 93, The Mob and Bauhaus and all that today. Am a huge fan of all three... The problem to me is, that many punk scenes are to busy being true and political, and have alienated a big part of the experimental music scene, just as the experimental music scene has gotten afraid of these political scenes.
     
  2. devils_trumpet

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    I'm not at all into the industrial sound (maybe some clock dva and oldschool stuff like that) but I love the firstwave goth rock era, where the gothic sound was close to its punk roots. yeah, christian death and southern death cult were great bands. The whole deathrock/postpunk/darkwave/batcave/whatever thing was amazing.
    Shuei, I couldnt agree more with the last line you wrote about politics and experimental music.
     
  3. Extinction

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    I love me some good old goth and industrial. Siouxsie and The Banshees, Bauhaus, .45 Grave (more of a deathrock band, but still), The Cure, The Creatures, Sisters of Mercy, all great stuff! I went through a few month long industrial phase, it was mostly aggrotech and EBM though, but I love industrial metal. I own almost everthing Godflesh has done, also love Pitch Shifter, Dead World, great stuff!
     
  4. JOE01

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    I'm quite heavily into goth and a little bit into industrial these days

    Killing Joke one of the greatest bands of all time END OF!

    Been getting a wee bit into Test Dept of late can not recommend enough Shoulder to Shoulder a collaboration with South Wales Striking Miners Choir, pretty easy to find online

    ta
     
  5. snookams

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    these guys are good...don't know if they've been mentioned yet.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEZhy53T3iQ[/video]
     
  6. JOE01

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    Not bad snookams, probably a grower

    a great track from Test Dept is my contribution and by the way has Killing Joke's new album been discussed somewhere does anyone know?

    ta must sleep soon but leave you with a CLASSIC
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xgrkFOAF0Y[/video]
     
  7. JesusCrust

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    Haven't lurked this thread much, so I don't know if it's already been mentioned, but Christian Death.
     
  8. some asian dude

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    I've been way into Skinny Puppy recently
     
  9. Shuei

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    Great Test Department track

    I can recommend Haus Arafna on that front too, they've made a lot of good stuff.

    And of course Einsturzende Neubauten, who is always the best
     
  10. JOE01

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    May check em out but yeah fucking great track, better version than an earlier one they did. The Striking Miner's speach is the stuff of legend and the way he goes 'and tonight it gives me great pleasure to introduce' and then the edit straight into the song, awwwwwwwwwww fucking awesome!!!
     
  11. Shuei

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    I could not agree more ;)
    Actually I am working with a project a little along that line - I hope to be able to show it soon
     
  12. Anxiety69

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    YUCK does anyone actually like their music? They seem like the most pretentious band ever, and if not fir their name no one would care about them. Roz Williams was an idiot, Valor is one too, and Rikk Agnew had good intentions in starting the band but what it became was such a joke no wonder he didn't stick around :p
     
  13. Shuei

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    I love Christian Death.
    The name was a humoristic take on Christian Dior, and sure, the band takes them self very serious, but many of the great 80's groups seems pretentious today because irony is in all music and art today . I think it's fine that they are a little pretentious, it's better than all of these groups with no artistic ambition that will surely bore me within 20 minutes. Huge problem in music today, especially punk music.

    Though I'm not a huge fan of Valor's Christian Death... Always seemed fake to me. Though some of their earliest songs was okay.
     
  14. Bentheanarchist

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    They don't go in the Goth, Industrial catergory. Rites of Spring is a Post Hardcore indie band, and The Wipers are just punk rock, I guess labels do not really matter though, because really Goth, Emo, and Post Hardcore are just Punk Rock down to the roots.
     
  15. nike

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    you mean the greg sage wipers from portland/oregon who started 1977?
    nirvana, hole and sonic youth claimed them as a big influence...
     
  16. punkmar77

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    Early Butthole Surfers were very noisy in a sort of industrial way...and The Wipers influenced much more than just those bands nike, how about Big Black, Tangerine Dream, early Love n Rockets, Siouxie and the Banshees, Tex and the Horseheads,.....etc. etc.
     
  17. Bentheanarchist

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    The wipers experimented with their punk rock a lot of their albums are are normal punk rocks.
     
  18. vAsSiLy77

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    Yep, Wipers were good for quite a lot of bands - I could load up the first three albums if someone is interested!
     
  19. punkmar77

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    Yes please...^
     
  20. nike

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    loaded it up and posted under "other downloads" like yer's told me... comrade sir!
     
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