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    I have a gig coming up soon and I am opening up the place. So what I need to find is the equivalent or chill or minimal techno/house but in the industrial genre.

    I need bands, songs (if possible) and where to get it (itunes, beatport, etc).

    I was really wanting some slow sexy beats too. I really don't have an ear for goth, but if there is some out there that is melo but still has a little grunge to it... that would be nice. Hell I'll even play some Dubstep that has a nice dark feel to it. Thanks ahead of time, I really need this.
    SyblingQ - Electro House for dark alleys.

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    The post is supposed to say... from my Industrial friends. Silly me.
    SyblingQ - Electro House for dark alleys.

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    Well it depends on what direction we're talking.
    You can go the wolfsheim, fantasia, melotron (mellow deep house equivilant) route.

    You can go the minimalistic/ambient route. Skinny Puppy, Juno Reactor, Attrition, Coil, Cabaret Voltaire, Current 93, Endif....

    You can go the 80's/90's EBM route, ministry, front 242, fron tline assembly, nitzer ebb, microchip league, Fad Gadget, Mussolini Headkick, bigod 20...

    I could really go on...

    But yeah it just depends on really what style you're going for. There's as much diversity in goth/industrial as there is in all dance/electronic music genres combined.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSDJMoniker View Post
    There's as much diversity in goth/industrial as there is in all dance/electronic music genres combined.
    I appreciate you love industrial and everything, but that's clearly nonsense.



    I was going to mention Jacob London, they're dancey and industrial-influenced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Bastard View Post
    I appreciate you love industrial and everything, but that's clearly nonsense.
    Hey, It's called hyperbole. I always say that to help people understand the massive amount of diversity within the "dark" side of electronic music.

    Sure, maybe there's not an equivilent underground somolian dub ragga step trance. But the dark music scene has a wide range of diversity most outsiders don't recognize until they spend some time in one of our clubs.
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    also i think those guys might be too french house influenced to go over well in an industrial club. you might get lynched by some marlyn manson look alike. ;
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    I'm a big fan of Twinkle (and anything on Ant-Zen, really), Hansel (more hip-hop blast beat kinda stuff), Trigger10d, Resurrection Eve, Daizychain, Puscifer, Skinny Puppy (like Worlock style SP), SMP (also a bit of hip-hop), some Unit:187, etc..

    Monstrum Sepsis, Haujobb, mindFIELD, some Individual Totem, Fixmer McCarthy, Cylab are some other ones that spring to mind. Also I drop some slower NIN, Tool, and Stabbing Westward in my opening sets. Sometimes the tension of a good guitar chord will build some pretty amazing energy.

    When I spin I try to stay away from one solid type/genre of music. There are lots of options available in this scene.

    And you can find almost all of this on eMusic, iTunes and Beatport.

    To be fair, Moniker, a lot of Marilyn Manson look-alikes will lynch you when you spin anything other than Marilyn Manson.
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    lol, hell I think I nearly got lynched last time i DID play marlyn manson....damn snooty goth kids. haha
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    hehe yeah, we're a fickle lot, aren't we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DvlsAdvct View Post
    Fixmer/McCarthy
    That new album was absolutely fantastic!!
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