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Belgium based Johan Van Roy, Suicide Commando's only member, began experimenting with electronic music in 1986. Three years later he released his first tape under the moniker Suicide Commando, and made an appearance on the vinyl compilation, Electronic. As Van Roy continued self-releasing tapes, he landed more compilation appearances on Rotation II and Induktion, Varianz und Deren Folgen, both released by Kugelblitz records.
1994 finally saw Suicide Commando's first CD, Critical Stage, released on the German label Off-Beat. Shortly after, in 1995, Suicide Commando released Stored Images, which contains to date one of van Roy's most popular songs, See You in Hell.
1996 was the ten-year anniversary of Suicide Commando...
Karin Park is a new name to many outside of Scandinavia, while at home Karin has already picked up two Norwegian Grammy’s and recently supported Azari & III and SBTRKT on their European tour dates.
‘Restless’ is a dark hooky killer-chorus track, full of Karin’s signature moody electronica sound. With a modern experimental 80’s pop feel and Karin’s unique spell-binding vocal, ‘Restless’ is a massive driving electro-pop track, industrial yet with a commercial edge it crosses the brooding electronic landscape into the mainstream arena. Karin has already earned specialist support from the likes Zane Low, Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Rob De Bank and Giles Peterson.
Recorded with producers Barry Barnett and Christoffer Berg (...
Dunderpatrullen is a crazy electronica trio from Östersund, Sweden formed in 2007. The group consists of Jim Lindgren, Stefan Björn, Patrik Andersson and Erik Sjöstrand. The usual music they offer are most often characterized by heavy bass and samples, ranging from Game Boy, Commodore 64 arpeggios to harmonica and banjodashing. Dunderpatrullen have played at clubs and festivals all around in Sweden from Hässleholm in the south to Skellefteå in the north, including Dreamhack, the world's largest computer festival.
In May 2010 the group's second album "Analoga steroider" (Analog Steroids) was released on iTunes, 7digital, CDON and Spotify among others.
There are at least four artists with the name Priest:
1. Priest is a Swedish band described as 'a synth band that creates music rooted in the vastness of electronic dreams. The goal of their multifaceted prophecy is to safely guide humanity unto the next evolutionary step – the merging with machines.'
2. Priest were formally known as x Priest x. An 80s style synth-pop collaborative effort between vocalist Madeline Priest and producers Dave Kazyk and Chandler Strang (of Saskatchewan fame – an indie act out of Florida well worth a listen), xPRIESTx takes the lo-fi goodness of Grimes and blends it with the cold synths of Zola Jesus.
3. Priest aka Priest Da Nomad is a rapper from Detroit, Michigan.
Jäger 90 plays minimal electronics and old school ebm, drawing influences from such bands as DAF. The band has so far released five albums: Harte Zeiten (2005), Total Debil (2006), Muskeln und Küsse (2007), Drischne Skasal (2009) and Fleisch Macht Böse (2011), all presenting the same musical style of monotonic minimal hard beating electronics.
Jäger 90 is a band from Germany, Rostock. Their musical influence lies in the 80s, first and foremost in the legendary pioneers of EBM: Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft - whose influence can be heard throughout all four Jäger 90 albums, both musically, lyrically, and in attitude. Otherwise the band represents minimalism, nonconformity, and energy.
The band was started in 20...