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Friday, August 11, 2017

Flavor of the Week #33

Alice Glass
( ;D --> Alice Glass is a Canadian singer best known as the former vocalist of electronic band Crystal Castles. Alice Glass was born in 1988 in Toronto, Ontario. Her birth name is rumored to be Margaret Osborne. At the age of fourteen she ran away from home to live in a squat community of punks under the name Vicki Vale (named for the comic book character) and started an all-girl crust-noise band called Fetus Fatale. Though she continued going to school, she dropped out before graduating. Ethan Kath, impressed by Glass's performance with the band, gave her CD-Rs with 60 instrumental tracks of which she chose to write vocals for. In 2008, before the band's interview with Now Magazine, Glass disappeared and neither Ethan nor the band's manager could contact her. Crystal Castles was infamously shut down at Glastonbury 2008 after Glass climbed a speaker stand just before "Alice Practice" and was swallowed by the crowd during "Yes No".)
Without Love
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( ;D --> Laibach (Slovene: [ˈlaɪbax]) is a Slovenian and former Yugoslav avant-garde music group associated with industrial, martial, and neo-classical musical styles. Laibach was formed in 1980 in Trbovlje, Slovenia, at the time SFR Yugoslavia. The band represents the music wing of the Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) art collective, of which it was a founding member in 1984. The name "Laibach" is the German name for Slovenia's capital city, Ljubljana.)
Also Sprach Zarathustra
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( ;D --> Darkelectro neogoth haunted witchhouse.)
Ghost Stories Mixtape

( ;D --> Formed in 1980 by Eddie Bengtsson and Marina Schiptjenko, soon joined by Anders Eliasson, the band quickly gained underground cult-status releasing many singles such as Dansande man, Som skjuten ur en kanon, Blå fötter and Som en vind. Though most of their important influential work was released in the 1980s their first album, the self titled Page, was released in 1991. Page continued releasing music throughout the 90's but is still most fondly remembered in the Swedish synthpop scene for their early singles, especially Dansande Man. Though the band has never officially disbanded, it has been remarkably quiet since a performance at SEMA (Swedish Electronic Music Awards) in 1999 when the band promised nothing new would ever be released under the name Page. However, a compilation covering their two decades of work was released in 2000. After a decade of silence, in 2010 Page released an album of newly recorded material called Nu, and performed two tracks live on Swedish TV show Nyhetsmorgon in May 201. The album reached number 34 on the official Swedish album chart, Sverigetopplistan, following its release.)
Det Är Ingen Vacker Värld Men Det Råkar Vara Så Det Ser Ut

( ;D --> experimental ambient electro from the nities.)
Terminus EP
—Terminus (Express)
Over And Out

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