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Other groups I listen to

Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2004 2:17 am
by Jonte
For the moment I listen to synth/synthpop a lot

I can recommend:

VNV Nation
Covenant
Colony 5
Fiction 8
Spetznas
Statemachine
Apoptygma Berzerk
Ohgr
Frontline Assembly
X-act
Icon of Coil
Neurotiqfish
Karl Bartos
Fictional
Camouflage
And One
Ladytron

And of course when nostalgia hits me
DM
Kraftwerk
Yazoo
Bel Canto
DAF
Front 242
New order
Logic system
Human League


And sometimes just plain hitradiomusic

Re: Other groups I listen to

Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2004 2:40 pm
by julz
There is a few there i don't know at all.
They look like more of EBM type of music right?
Can you give some links of these bands we can look at.

Jonte wrote:For the moment I listen to synth/synthpop a lot

I can recommend:

VNV Nation
Covenant
Colony 5
Fiction 8
Spetznas
Statemachine
Apoptygma Berzerk
Ohgr
Frontline Assembly
X-act
Icon of Coil
Neurotiqfish
Karl Bartos
Fictional
Camouflage
And One
Ladytron

And of course when nostalgia hits me
DM
Kraftwerk
Yazoo
Bel Canto
DAF
Front 242
New order
Logic system
Human League


And sometimes just plain hitradiomusic

Posted: Tue Apr 13, 2004 1:00 pm
by Jonte

Thanx

Posted: Tue Apr 13, 2004 1:44 pm
by julz
Awesome thank you!
Lots of links! Yummy...

HI

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 1:37 pm
by deadlypercherons
Hello to everyone - this is my first post on the site. Looks like a very interesting list - will check out those links. Again, some I've never heard of. In the yello vein, I'd add:

KLF - seem to be a love/hate band?
Propellerheads
Bentley Rhythm Ace

Have you guys heard the Tour De France soundtrack by Kraftwerk? I loved it.

best, Charley

Re: HI

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:18 pm
by julz
deadlypercherons wrote:KLF - seem to be a love/hate band?
Propellerheads
Bentley Rhythm Ace

Have you guys heard the Tour De France soundtrack by Kraftwerk? I loved it.
best, Charley


Yeah I've been an admirer of KLF for a long while but I never really end up listening to any of their CD's for a long time. The one that I played to death is the Chill Out one.
I'm not crazy about Propellerheads. The seem a little to repetitive to me.

Bentley Rhythm Ace I've never heard of. I will have to look it up.

Lately I've been listening to a lot of Goldfrapp, Bliss, and new Revolting Cocks. And I can't wait to get the new Ministry that will be out next Tuesday. I'm also going to see them live in June... Can't wait!

Oh... yes

Posted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 5:45 am
by julz
Oh and Kraftwerk's Tour De France is fantastic also! You should really hear their live album. It rocks!

Posted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 2:59 pm
by deadlypercherons
Yeah, I take your point about propellerheads, though they had some good tracks. Don't think Bentley Rhythm Ace really made it big outside the UK. How about Royskopp, or, of course, The Deadly Percherons - I hear they're great :-)

You

Posted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:03 pm
by julz
Hey! Really interesting music you got going. I've only checked the iTunes so got to hear only 30 seconds worth. But sounds like something I might want to buy :) I like the spanish guitar in there. Also sounds like it's a well produced (good sound quality) album. Do you have these pressed on CD?

And yes Royskopp is great!

Posted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 11:30 pm
by Stian
This is my first post here.

Except yello I listen alot to Mr.Bungle, royksopp and Kaizers orcestra.

Kraftweerk is also great :D

Posted: Sat Jul 22, 2006 2:25 am
by julz
Stian wrote:This is my first post here.

Except yello I listen alot to Mr.Bungle, royksopp and Kaizers orcestra.

Kraftweerk is also great :D


That first Mr Bungle album is such a trip! I remember the first time I heard it I was very intoxicated... so it was so crazy with the wall of sound that comes from that album... Roysopp is fantastic and Kraftwerk with out a doubt are awesome (saw them twice in concert) But Kaizers Orchestra I've never heard.. have to look them up.

Posted: Sat Aug 26, 2006 7:02 pm
by biancatronics
Hello ,im also new here.
Nice site.
I am big fan of David Bowie.
Tom Waits(raw blues).You like it or you hate it.
And Roger Waters,of Pink Floyd.
7 july iv,e been to a concert of roger.(Ahoy Rotterdam).
He still has a beautiful voice for his age.
Further i like all of sorts music.
From jazz to house.
From rock to classic.
Im always surching for new music.
So thank you,Jonte.

greetings from holland

Posted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 8:04 am
by Stian
julz wrote: But Kaizers Orchestra I've never heard.. have to look them up.


They sing in norwegian, but that really don't mather. There dialect is so special that a large part off us fans don't understand them at all. The use off instruments is genious.

Almoust like hurra torpedo

Posted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 8:11 pm
by lexus7
Would like to share my preferences:
-Bjork, especially 'Debut' and 'Homogenic', not the last album particularly.
-Orbital, love everything.
-Hotel costes series by Stephane Pompougnac, great stuff got all 10 volumes.
-Deep forest, first two albums are my favourites forever!!!
-Selected Enigma stuff, last album is the greatest.
Other great passion of mine is U2 but it's a different story
And of course YELLO

Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 8:20 pm
by lexus7
if someone is not familiar with Banco de Gaia's music, highly recommend to try it