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    Could you write down the list of bands you are already listening to so I may add to the list if something was missed?
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      CommentAuthorEmmymau
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2009
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    A lot of what's listed falls outside the range, so to speak (not that this is a bad thing). What I'm looking for is stuff that falls into the range of Grendel, E-Craft, Rotersand, Run Level Zero, God Module, Aphemia and Angelspit. (And yet for some reason I don't like Combichrist. Anyway.)
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      CommentAuthorapefist
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2009
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    Aslan Faction? Informatik? Project Pitchfork? Are those along the lines you mean? I used to spin the shit out of God Module-- Headscan and Aslan Faction mix really well with GM. Revolver1010 are good along those lines, too.
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      CommentAuthorjeremiah
    • CommentTimeNov 7th 2009
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    http://www.myspace.com/cat

    i think they have a new one out or out soon...
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      CommentAuthorD.Miranda
    • CommentTimeNov 7th 2009
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    Some albums that I've recently enjoyed:
    Project.E.V.A.'s "Shake my pain"
    Dolls of Pain's "Slavehunters"; they also have a new remix album downloadable for free. Didn't like it as much, though.
    Plasmodivm's "Paradise under Fire"
    Jabberwock's "Sweet Limbo"
    Stahlschlag's "Antropocene"
    Phosgore's "Domination"
    [syndika:zero]'s "Blindness"
    I spent most of last week lopping Ext!ze "FallOut Nation", which is mostly, I guess, some kind of trance industrial.
    I'll definitively second Jeremiah on C/A/T.

    On a more electro-ish note, I usually find that anything that comes out on the Ad Noiseam label is worth listening to; they had a couple recent releases, like Raoul Sinier's "Tremens industry".
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      CommentAuthorEmmymau
    • CommentTimeNov 8th 2009
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    @ Apefist: Yep, those are along the lines. I have a lot of Informatik and PP, not so much Aslan Faction though; I shall explore. Never met Headscan or Revolver1010...
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    Whenever I'm searching for new music, I pull out my iPhone and use the Pandora Radio app to create a new channel based on the the kind of music that I want. Recently I put in a search for new electro with a fast BPM (for bicyling to) based on Calvin Harris as a jumping-off point, and came down with these two CDs which I've been enjoying (neither of which seems to have broken in the US, though both have charted in Europe):

    Frankmusik: Complete Me

    La Roux

    I wouldn't listen to either of them when I'm writing, but on the bike, Electro works out great.
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      CommentAuthorInternaut
    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009
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    Dj Starscream
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      CommentAuthorapefist
    • CommentTimeNov 24th 2009
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    Any of you into noize?





    I love both these bands.
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      CommentAuthorvandalhandle
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2009 edited
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    lluther an irish industrial band not big in ireland at all but good live band


    moth complex more irish industrial, just ignore the dodgy video
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      CommentAuthorapefist
    • CommentTimeDec 27th 2009
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    Here are some bands helmed by friends o' mine:

    Holocaust Humanity

    Razorblade Dolls

    The next two are a bit synthpoppy, but still good. Some of you like synthpop a little...I can tell...;)

    Ctrl

    Iris
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    Sorry if any of these were already mentioned and I missed it.

    Fixmer McCarthy - great freaking album featuring vocalist from Nitzer Ebb
    Necessary Reponse - This is my favorite band from recent years, fan-freaking-tastic.
    Been enjoying Assemblage 23 very much lately as well.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 31st 2009
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    @WilliamZombie: Thanks SO much for the mention of the Fixmer/McCarthy album! That slipped past me, and I just picked up the first one and a few tracks off the most recent one on iTunes; EXCELLENT STUFF.
    Man, I really miss having a local record store to shoot the shit and find out about stuff in this way.