The Industrial Electronic music genre is a postindustrial outgrowth of industrial sound developed in the 1970s and 1980s by groups such as Cabaret Voltaire, SPK,.
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Genre/Influences: Experimental, electro, industrial. Format: Digital, CD. Background/Info: This album is a re-release and for the very first time on CD format of a split.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, experimental, cinematographic. Background/Info: Australian formation SPK remains one of the uncontested pioneers and leaders of the so-called experimental- and industrial music movement. Driven.
Originally released by Side Effects in 1986, “Zamia Lehmanni (Songs of Byzantine Flowers)” was the third (and final) core SPK album and was Graeme Revell’s.
Did you ever heard of Beinhaus? I didn’t it! Set up in 1994 by core members Robert Glück and Marko Schröder, this German formation got.
For the first time on CD is a fully authorised re-edition of the very first album by the legendary S.P.K. project, originally released as a.
SPK founder David Virgin has a new album out: the duet focussed “The Beautiful Album”. “The Beautiful Album” is a selection of mainly duets by.