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Kalabalik på Tyrolen 2013


There are at least 4 different artists named Kite:
1) A Swedish synthpop band formed in 2008.
2) A Norwegian hard rock band.
3) A rock band from Barbados.
4) An American rock band formed in 1994.
5) A Korean rock band.


1) Kite - Sweden:

The story of Kite started when Christian Berg (Yvonne, Strip Music) asked Nicklas Stenemo (The Mo, Melody Club) to sing on one of Christian’s instrumental songs. The day after the demo version of ”My girl and I” was finished. They started to make songs at a daily basis in Nicklas’ studio where Christian’s love for monotone synth melted together with Nicklas’ pophits.
One day Nicklas sold...

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Absolute Body Control (BE)

In 1978, Dirk started as singer and guitar player in the punk band Slaughterhouse, but broke up the group one year later to form the more new wave minded project The Few.

Influenced by bands like Suicide and Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft and the UK electronic scene, he appears from 1980 on under the name Absolute Body Control on several compilations. The first single Is There An Exit ? became a local underground hit. The line-up changed very soon but with Eric Van Wonterghem he finds himself a partner for the next coming years regarding mixing, producing and collaborating.

In 1985, the Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs, a project with members of three Belgian bands, were invited to do a tour in Norway. When ...

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Schwefelgelb (DE)

This is Schwefelgelb - shrill, unrestrained and biting. Influences from Punk, Wave, Techno, Trash and Rock'n'Roll are combined with a very own and bizarre performance. Concrete and love, consumption and mourning - that's their inspiration. Issues like gender and aggression, feeling and society are staged by a pushing electronic sound and an extrovert and ironic show. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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The Horrorist (DE)

Oliver Chesler (born January 20, 1970), better known by his stage name The Horrorist, is an American electronic music artist. His singles and albums have charted in Germany. He is the owner of Things to Come Records. He appeared in Depeche Mode's concert film "101". He is also a member of the DJ Skinhead hardcore gabber act. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Kontravoid (CA)

The name Kontravoid belongs on a limited run cassette circa 1980-something, the type of tape buried in lost upstate dustbins of pre-MIDI analog electronics, wedged between Cabaret Voltaire and Das Ding. The dark industrial and new wave influences are strong on ex-Crystal Castles drummer Cam Findlay’s new project—his voice is scary, like an echoing underwater growl—but the underlying pop melodies always afford a degree of breathing room. The artist Felix Kalmenson has already produced two great Kontravoid music videos: “Native State,” the album’s most instantly rewarding song (owing to interestingly doubled male-female vocals) and its most aggressive, “Killed in Action.” Kontravoid is on sale now from Bandcamp and iTunes, courtesy of Tara...

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