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Celebrating 35 Years of Bauhaus

Peter Murphy (UK)

Peter John Murphy (born 11 July 1957, near Northampton, England, raised in Wellingborough, England), is the vocalist of the rock group Bauhaus who later went on to release a number of solo albums, such as Deep and Love Hysteria.

By 1983, Bauhaus broke up and Murphy went on to new projects not involving Bauhaus members Kevin Haskins, David J, or Daniel Ash. After some brief dabbling with acting and dance - including a slightly odd televised performance to Bauhaus's "Hollow Hills" - he soon formed Dalis Car with Mick Karn, the bass player from Japan.

Murphy's solo career over time became more varied than Bauhaus, ranging from pseudo-pop to haunting ballads that showcased his deep and complex vocals. After the commerc...

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Principe Valiente

Principe Valiente is a swedish post-punk/shoegaze band.
After the release of their debut album (2011) and the sophomore ”Choirs of Blessed Youth” (2014), Principe Valiente ventured deeper into the sonic landscapes of their minds. Drawing inspiration from ambient experimentalists like Cocteau Twins, 80’s sci-fi soundtracks as well as exuberant vocalists like Bowie and Kate Bush.
With their third album "Oceans" mixed by Jimmy Ottosson, the band has created another alluring world with human-all-too-human lyrics and phantasmal soundscapes. Cool and dreamy, yet impassioned and loaded with sweet anxiety. Partly recorded by producer Martin Ehrencrona (Les Big Byrd), and partly in various basements and art school lobbies around their ...

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