Noise to Note! #91

Industrial is another genre of music that is hard to pin down. It seems to have formed within performance art and experiments from Frank Zappa and Lou Reed. Later, Throbbing Gristle emerged as one of the first actual bands that took up the experiment on a full-time basis.

Perhaps one of the most influential acts in the United Scene was Ministry. Their first album was a synth-pop driven affair but then came Twitch. Twitch brought Industrial a few steps forward out of the shadows.

Here is a track from the album. Enjoy the madness!

Ministry – Just Like You

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2 Responses to Noise to Note! #91

  1. Sections of this would make an interesting high energy contemporary dance. My brother once did a dance competition, with a fusion of karate kata and dance called ‘fight to dance’ it reminded me of that 😊

    • 1stpeaksteve says:

      The best part though are the sounds that sounds like a jack hammer with the pitch bending. Great to dance to!

      Now that routine your brother did sounds pretty spectacular and random. I know that some forms of martial arts have been blended with dance which is interesting.

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