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Die Krupps is a industrial band formed in Duesseldorf, Germany in 1980 by Juergen Engler and Ralf Dörper . Over the years they have produced krautrock-tinged metalbashing industrial, old-school ebm, industrial electro and, most recently, industrial metal/neue deutsche härte.
The band's name comes from the Krupp dynasty - one of pre-war Germany´s main industrial families. This name was apparently chosen for its industrial connotations, as the band is strongly anti-Nazi. In some interviews the band stated that Visconti´s movie "The Damned" - a depiction of the fictitious German industrial dynasty of the Essenbecks - was the main inspiration.
Die Krupps's debut EP, 1981's Stahlwerkssymphony, was in the vein of metal-on...
The Red Paintings are an Australian orchestral art rock band originally formed in Geelong, Victoria but who have been based over the last few years in Los Angeles. The band consists of lead vocalist and songwriter Trash McSweeney on guitar, sequencing and samples, with a revolving lineup across the globe. The current touring line up as of 2013 is Alix Kol (violin, vocals); Mitch McLennan (bass), Andy Davis (drums) and Emma Baker (cello). The band is known for their unique, confronting and intense themed performances incorporating elements of theatre and art, often dubbed "orchestral sci-fi art rock".
The band's members often dress in elaborate themed costumes, ranging from geisha outfits, alien costumes and sea creature/Neptun...
Based in the rural area of Southern Germany, over the last years, Janosch Moldau has created an international stir with his berlinesque and glamorous electronic pop sound.
Janosch Moldau brings together electronic "plush-rock", 80ies "synth-wave" and a severe bout of melancholy. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.