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Which is released on 1990-11-13 from record company Elektra / Wea.
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Chris Watson On Recording The Music Of The Natural World - Source: The Quietus It all started before and during my time with Cabaret Voltaire.
Lust For Youth - Growing Seeds - Source: The Quietus If you take the two musical genres of noise and synth pop and trace them back, back through Wolf Eyes and La Roux, back through Coil and the Pet Shop Boys, all the way back to Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire and The Normal, you reach a point where the two lines wind together and fuse.
You gotta fight for your right to party - Source: The Pop Cop The finality of this Six Feet Under slogan seems apt in a year where Scotland's music fans are already reeling from the loss "“ or impending loss "“ of two Edinburgh venues ( Cabaret Voltaire and The Bongo Club ), two BBC Radio Scotland shows ( Janice Forsyth and Mary Ann Kennedy's Global Gathering ), two decent bands ( The Dykeenies and Pareto ), one independent Glasgow club night ( Pin Up Nights ) and the ability to host free events without coughing up more than Â£100 to the council for a Public Entertainment Licence (see petition ).
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Quick facts about Cabaret voltaire
Cabaret Voltaire were an experimental music band which formed in Sheffield, England in 1973. They originally consisted of Stephen Mallinder (vocals, bass), Richard H. Kirk (guitar, keyboards, sound manipulation) and Chris Watson (sound manipulation, tapes, keyboards). Watson left the group in 1983 and the band continued as a duo until their disbandment in 1994. Hailing from Sheffield, England, Stephen Mallinder and Richard H. Kirk were the backbone of Cabaret Voltaire, and creators of many of the techniques that fueled the industrial and electronic genres for years. From the droning noise-punk of Nag Nag Nag to the sublime dance-pop of Easy Life, with industrial funk hits like Sensoria in between, the Cabs’ career spanned two decades. Many recent/current electronic artists owe a great deal of debt to Cabaret Voltaire’s experimental beginnings, in particular Richard H Kirk’s paranoid otherworldly samples, fused with gritty dark looped percussion. Kirk also had several solo outings, with his Sweet Exorcist incarnation opening the doors for Warp Records, in their “bleep” days that were the harbinger for the sonic experimentation of Aphex Twin, Autechre, The Black Dog, and more. The late 80s and early 90s saw Cabaret Voltaire take an increasingly pop-oriented bent in their music, but many tracks like Easy Life and later, Colours fused hooks with all the excitement of the burgeoning rave scene in the UK. Learn more about Cabaret Voltaire