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  Electronic body music
Electronic Body Music, more commonly known by its acronym EBM, is a musical genre combining elements of Industrial music and Electronic dance music.
The term was coined by the Belgian band Front 242 in the early 1980s to describe their music, and they are considered the first EBM band.
Electronic Body Music is the heavy variant of electro.
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  Electronic music: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Electronic art music suffers from naming difficulties similar to those...formal and primarily academic branch of Electronic music that is focused on extending musical...
Modern Electronic composition is considered to have begun in force with the development of Musique concrete and tape recorders in 1948, only to rapidly evolve with the creation of early analog synthesizers.
In the 1970s, this style was mainly popularised by Kraftwerk, who used electronics and robotics to symbolise and sometime gleefully celebrate the alienation of the modern technological world; to this day their music remains uncompromisingly electronic.
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 EBM (Electronic Body Music), что вы об этом знаете?, Electronic, Electronic Body Music.Мне ...
EBM (Electronic Body Music), что вы об этом знаете?, Electronic, Electronic Body Music.Мне нравится этот стиль музыки, но я мало что о нем знаю.
EBM гораздо жестче и делает основную ставку на техно- индастриал направление, как правило такие семплы содержат несколько рваный шумовой ритм и жесткий голос вокалиста.
Electronic Body Music — электронная музыка тела) — направление в музыке, ответвление индастриала.
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 Electronic body music at AllExperts
Electronic body music (acronymed and mainly known as EBM) is a music genre that combines elements of industrial music and electronic punk music.
The term electronic body music was coined by the Belgian band Front 242 in 1984 to describe the music [1]) of their EP No Comment, released in the same year.
This evolution of the dying EBM genre has been termed by the music press and labels as hardcore electro or electro-industrial [2] or especially in Germany and South America as elektro for short (not to be confused with the hip-hop subgenre electro).
en.allexperts.com /e/e/el/electronic_body_music.htm   (796 words)

  
 THEGENERATE.COM: Digital Art - Electronic Music
The development of the techno sound in Detroit, Michigan and house music in Chicago, Illinois in the early to late 1980s, and the later UK-based acid house movement of the late 1980s and early 1990s all fueled the development and acceptance of electronic music into the mainstream and to introduce electronic dance music to nightclubs.
Electronic music, especially in the late 1990s fractured into many genres, styles and sub-styles, too many to list here, and most of which are included in the main list.
With the explosive growth of computers music technology and consequent reduction in the cost of equipment in the late 1990s, the number of artists and DJs working within electronic music is overwhelming.
www.thegenerate.com /art/eMusic.html   (2742 words)

  
 boysbriefs: Electronic Body Music is NOT Dead
Truthfully, I have extremely broad tastes in music, but my all-time favorite genre is an obscure type of electronica called EBM (that's Electronic Body Music).
Their music is often regarded as intelligent dance music because they combine pounding beats and synth arrangements with thought provoking lyrics, usually about the human condition.
EBM has been around since the early 80s, but it's often associated with goth and industrial music (like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry).
boysbriefs.blogspot.com /2003/08/electronic-body-music-is-not-dead.html   (388 words)

  
 EBM - CounterCulture - A Wikia wiki
Electronic body music (EBM) is a musical genre combining elements of industrial music and electronic dance music.
The term was coined by the Belgian band Front 424 in the early 1980s to describe their music, and they are considered the first EBM band.
Through the 1980s and early 1990s the style, now sometimes refered to as "Old-school EBM" in contrast with more recent examples of the genre, was characterized by harsh and often sparse electronic beats and became popular in the underground club scene, particularly in Europe.
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 Digital Podcast - Helping you find Electronic Music podcasts for your MP3 player   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Articles relating to podcasts, electronic music, breakbeat and trance downloads, Bringing all the newest full length DJ mixes and news to your ipod.
Psurkit is a platform (re)presenting the music and culture of New Zealand (Aotearoa) and gathering together a community of widely dispersed free agents on a regular basis for discussion, expression and experience.
With regular momentum and consistent beats of news, views and attitudes, Psurkit is a base for exploration and adventure into the music and cultural expression emanating from the globally isolated (yet technologically integrated) island cluster nestling between the Pacific, Tasman and southern water masses.
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 LyricsVault: History of music; Soul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Modern Electronic composition is considered to have begun in force with the development of musique concrète and tape recorders in 1948, only to rapidly evolve with the creation of early analog synthesizers.
The development of the techno sound in Detroit and house music in Chicago in the early to late 1980s, and the later UK-based acid house movement of the late 1980s and early 1990s all fuelled the development and acceptance of electronic music into the mainstream and to introduce electronic dance music to nightclubs.
Brazilian musician, Alexandre Bischof, by contrast, with his "Dark Lounge" has taken modern electronic music far from his country's Samba roots, to a sophisticated and sombre place.
www.lyricsvault.net /history/ElectronicMusic.html   (1446 words)

  
 RETURN TO ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC
Electronic Body Music ist Anfang der 80er Jahre in Europa, speziell in Belgien entstanden.
Einige Leute behaupten das Electronic Body von der Symbiose der elektronischen Musik und dem schwitzenden, muskolösen Körpern der Akteure kommt, was daher rühren könnte, das das Image der EBM oft mit Industrie zu tun hatte, andere behaupten es käme vom Tanzstil zu dieser Musik.
Synthie Pop wuchs paralell zur Electronic Body Music heran, und ist zwar artverwandt, aber nicht durch EBM inspiriert.
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 Mailing Lists
This mailing list is for the British computer music research community community to exchange information, conference/seminar announcements, job offers, and any other matters of interest at the national level.
It is run by the CTI Centre for Music which is a UK centre working on the use of computers to assist teaching in universities.
PIPORG-L discusses musical, technical and historical aspects of organs of all kinds -- classical, theater, electronic, reed, tracker, electropneumatic, etc., etc. Stoplists, recitals (past and future), recordings, jobs (wanted and available), restoration hints, news of progress in restoration projects are all interesting.
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 Electronic body music pioneers bring their tour to Club Soda - Entertainment
Electronic body music pioneers bring their tour to Club Soda
As a result, "when it comes to music," Codenys said, "You have to assimilate all that and make sure what you propose to the people is something that will be accepted by all cultures.
It's very important to have something dynamic and energetic on stage because a lot of people complain that electronic music is kind of boring," he said.
www.theconcordian.com /news/2005/11/16/Entertainment/Electronic.Body.Music.Pioneers.Bring.Their.Tour.To.Club.Soda-1107369.shtml   (450 words)

  
 Electronic music
Another early electronic instrument was the Ondes Martenot, which was used in the Turangalîla Symphony by Olivier Messiaen and also by other, primarily French, composers, such and Andre Jolivet.
In the 1960s, Wendy Carlos popularized early synthesizer music with two notable albums The Well Tempered Synthesiser and Switched On Bach, which took pieces of baroque classical music and reproduced them on Moog synthesizers.
In Germany particularly electronic sounds were incorporated into popular music by bands such as Tangerine Dream, Can, and others.
www.mp3.fm /Electronic_music.htm   (1930 words)

  
 electronic body music
The term electronic body music was coined by the Belgian band Front 242 in 1984...
Electronic Body Music, kurz EBM, seltener auch Aggrepo (Aggressive Popmusik)...
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 Industrial music at AllExperts
Industrial Music for Industrial People was originally coined by Monte Cazazza as the strapline for the record label Industrial Records (founded by British art-provocateurs Throbbing Gristle, the musical offshoot of performance art group COUM Transmissions).
Blending electronic synthesisers, guitars and early samplers, these bands created an aggressive and abrasive music fusing elements of rock with experimental electronic music.
The terms post-industrial and alternative electronic have also been used to describe genres spawned or influenced by the original industrial music movement.
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 Sound Healing Meditation Music for Body Mind Healing & Meditation
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Our music awakens, activates and grounds our highest potentials....DNA Activation music is transformational meditation music which has been conceived, developed and created by Shapeshifter (Gary and JoAnn Chambers), channels of higher light and information via sound/music and art.
The music can facilitate and assist one in their explorations of alternate methods of healing.
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 Electronic body music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Without the strength of its figureheads, the original electronic body music finally faded by the mid-1990s.
What to term this evolution of the EBM genre is somewhat controversial, with artists, labels, and the music press using either simply the term EBM, or else alternate terms such as hardcore electro, electro-industrial, [2] or especially in Germany and South America, elektro.
Around the same time, a similar process was happening in reverse as a number of artists from the European techno scene, such as Terence Fixmer, Thomas P. Heckmann and David Carretta, starting including more elements of EBM in their sound.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Electronic_Body_Music   (1121 words)

  
 The Synthetic Dream Foundation - EBM music EBM band Electronic body music
The Synthetic Dream Foundation is an independent Artist/Composer that specializes in experimental ebm music and experimental classical music.
Next time you are on a message board dealing with art or music, make a new thread with just a quick sentence about my project, and most importantly add a link to my page on this thread.
There are lots of message boards dealing with ebm music, experimental music, idm music, classical music, that a link could expose my work to others on.
www.tsdf.net /promotion.htm   (469 words)

  
 Front 242 - Biography - AOL Music
One of the most consistent industrial bands of the 1980s, even though they regularly pursued a more electronic variant of the sound that swept into vogue during the '90s, Front 242 were the premier exponent of European electronic body music.
With nary a lineup change in the past ten years, however, Richard 23 finally left the group in 1993 after an American tour with the Lollapalooza festival (the trio replaced him with lyricists Jean-Marc Pauly and his brother Pierre).
In the wake of industrial music's unlikely mainstream success -- which pushed unrestrained angst and raging guitars in the vein of Nine Inch Nails -- the Front 242 LPs were not well received.
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 Snog - Music Downloads - Online
Bio: The Australian industrial trio Snog formed in Australia in 1988 when DJ and art student David Thrussell met up with Julia and Tim, though the three were into vastly different forms of music (respectively, electronic body music, ambient and synth-pop).
Snog began recording in 1990; after failing to find any interested labels, though, the group traveled to Germany and were soon signed to Machinery Records.
The Future EP and the compilation Remote Control followed in 1996-97; Third Mall from the Sun appeared in 1999 and Relax Into the Abyss was issued the next year.
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 Bigod 20 - Free Music Downloads, Videos, Lyrics, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
The late-'80s intersection of industrial EBM (electronic body music) and acid house proved strong in the careers of Psychic TV and Front 242 as well as Bigod 20, the acid house project of longtime EBM producer Talla 2XLC.
A trio comprising Talla plus producer Jallokin and later vocalist Zip Campisi, the group debuted in 1988 with a pair of club hits, "Body to Body" and..
A trio comprising Talla plus producer Jallokin and later vocalist Zip Campisi, the group debuted in 1988 with a pair of club hits, "Body to Body" and "America" -- the latter with additional songwriting credits by Richard 23 and Patrick Codenys of Front 242.
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 Snog: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com
An electronic-body-music duo with updated electronics and a more aggressive style, Funker Vogt was formed by vocalist Jens Kastel and programmer Gerrit Thomas (they took the name Funker Vogt from a radio-operator friend).
The duo appeared on several compilations in their native Germany, and released their debut album Thanks for Nothing in 1996.
Founded by Sevren Ni-Arb and Regan Eracs, the German industrial band X Marks the Pedwalk expanded upon the Euro-synth pop of the '80s with harsher electronic rhythms and alternative themes.
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 CD Baby: UKUPHAMBANA APPEARANCES - Ukuphambana appearances. Experimental electronic music.
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A pounding eclectic mix of industrial music from artists around the US and Europe.
Ranging from power noise to power electronics to electronic body music to trance to.
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WARNING: At high volumes, some of the bass tones in this music may be very dangerous to your ears, major organs, speakers, amplifiers, and may even be illegal.
My name is Ziphren, and I make FATTY dark electronic music.
Click on the "Music" link over there to the right for a teeny tiny selection of my works.
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