Posted by: Andy Xport | December 22, 2009

I.S.C # 4 Download

Turning the world upside down

The Klinik: In 1985, Verhaeghen joined forces with two other bands, Absolute Body Control (with Dirk Ivens and Eric van Wonterghem), and “The Maniacs” (Sandy Nys) to form one “super group” “Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs”. This rather unwieldy name was soon dropped in favour of the shorter name “The Klinik”. Nys soon left the band to form “Hybryds”, followed in 1987 by van Wonterghem, leaving The Klinik as the “classic” duo of Dirk Ivens and Marc Verhaeghen. The Klinik soon made a name for themselves with their cold and harsh EBM sound and their live shows, where both Ivens and Verhaeghen performed with their heads wrapped in gauze, wearing long black leather coats. Ivens’ hissing vocals and minimalist lyrics were complemented by Verhaeghen’s synthesizer skills and distorted trombone playing (the latter giving the music a slightly feverish sound). This however, did not last forever; after Time, an album neither member was fully pleased with, musical differences became too great, and they decided to go their separate ways. Link Video

Unknownmix: Not a lot on these guys but you can check their releases here Link

F/I: See ISC 1

Unovidual: Henk Wallays (aka “Unovidual”) first started playing records on the alternative circuit in the pirate / free radio scene in Belgium and had his own music programm called ‘Stalhwerksymgonie’ (after Die Krups) on Radio Caraad, Kanegem, Belgium. This involved playing mainly electronic new wave music and he actively chased bands for demo’s and interviews. Through it he came in touch with various bands and people like Polyphonic Size, Front 242, Vibo, Red Zebra, A blaze color, Neon Judgement, Chris & Cozy, Andy Oppenheimer, Attrition and a lot lesser known bands. The programm blended independant releases, electro-wave & selftape material and also contained a poetry side. Through the book “New Music discography”, CLEM (Canadain Contact list for Electronic musicians), the Dutch Vinyl-magazine, adresses of bands were acquired and a lot of (independent) labels and bands were contacted for demo-tapes and records. Over the years he received quite some interesting things. The chase for electronic music also got him in touch with Peter Bonne (Micrart group) of which he later became an active (board)member. In the last part of this setup he started his own free-radio programm ‘Paladium’ at Aalter, Belgium, which excisted or about a year. Link

Electro Hippies: was a crust punk/thrashcore band formed in St Helens/Wigan, United Kingdom in 1985. Though they were short-lived and underground through their career, their music influenced many future crust, hardcore punk, and grindcore bands. The band relied heavily on low bass end sounds to create their low-fi, primitively-produced music. They also incoprorated elements of heavy metal and have been described as “proto-grindcore”. The band strongly embraced the D.I.Y. (do it yourself) ethic which was very common among many early crust punk bands. The band’s lyrics spoke heavily about animal rights and vegetarianism. A recurring lyrical theme on each LP targeted the McDonalds corporation, evidenced by the lyrics to “Run Ronald” and “Scum”. The band were supported by John Peel for whom they recorded a radio session in 1987, released as an EP by Strange Fruit Records the same year. The Electro Hippies included Jeff Walker (guitar, vocals) in their ranks. He later would join extreme metal band Carcass. When Jeff joined Carcass full time, Simon (drums) and Andy (guitar) assumed vocal duties in the band. Eventually, the band split up sometime in 1989, playing one last gig and releasing the show as their final album. Link Link Video

D.V.A Minuta: Looks like i may have got the name of this band wrong in 1985 (“D.V.A Minuta Mrznje”) oh! well it stands as was cause i have already done the cover, it was hard sometimes deciphering letters from foreign lands!  Video

If, Bwana: Al Margolis has been working under the musical pseudonym If, Bwana since New Year’s Day 1984. Since, Al Margolis as If, Bwana has earned an international reputation for his experimental noise music.  If, Bwana music is a fusion of ambient, industrial, and musique concretesounds, often featuring strange soundscapes that are both balmy and unnerving at the same time. Margolis has also been very active as the owner of two prolific labels, the cassette label Sound of Pig and, since the 1990s, Pogus Productions, a CD label with a focus on experimental contemporary classical music. Link Link

Anathema: A lot of bands go under this name but here is the myspace for this band on ISC Link

Pseudo Code: Belgian industrial-band, active at least from 1979 – 1996.
Their mastermind Alain Neffe is also founder of Insane Music (Trazegnies, Belgium), one of the first great underground tape labels in europe. Guy-Marc Hinan is one of the two guy who made the label “Sub Rosa”. Xavier S have a radio show on the Belgian national radio. The group had been temporarily shelved while Alain Neffe concentrated on his main project Bene Gesserit. “We play potlatch music which is emotional music, or more accurately emotional sounds, because we are not musicians.”
Members  Alain Neffe, Guy Marc Hinant, Xavier S Link Video

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