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flyer for a Berlin show of Hungarian industrial act, Art Deco.

flyer for a Berlin show of Hungarian industrial act, Art Deco.

Cro-Magnon-i Cola (CMC) - Vörös Földek
from CMC (1990)

raw and metallic coldwave/industrial/proto-EBM act from the founders of the legendary Weast-CMC record label, that has gained a sort of cult status throughout the years.

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Kraftwerk live @ Kisstadion, BudapestPA bootleg from April 18th, 1981
this is an amazing treat via Ultra Rock Agency, great quality audio footage, straight from the glory days.
((( download it here )))

Kraftwerk live @ Kisstadion, Budapest
PA bootleg from April 18th, 1981

this is an amazing treat via Ultra Rock Agency, great quality audio footage, straight from the glory days.

((( download it here )))

Hungarian Wave Music now also on Facebook.click the picture, or click here.

Hungarian Wave Music now also on Facebook.
click the picture, or click here.

Nosztalgia Direktíva - Tegnapok

(via kuss-mich)

Bp. Service - Polypoezis
1992

Bp. Service is the one-man project of sound artist György Bp. Szabó, who’s also known from his works on sound sculptures and kinetic installations, that gained an international attention during the 80s, and led to various collaborations, including one with Mark Mothersbaugh from DEVO.

a more in-debt article about Szabó is soon to follow.

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Human Telex - A Kelet Kapujában
1987

bitersweet, moody synthpop band, mostly active between 1983 and 1987.
heavily influenced by the German synthpop scene, and to some extent by more rock-ish gothic bands, like Sisters Of Mercy, or F. O. System.

a small selection of some gorgeous screen-printed Art Deco flyers from the 80s.

took me a century to get hold of these, but man, it was worth the time.

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BTK - Depresszió
rehersal tape 1983

Taking their name from the ‘Bind Torture Kill’ killer, Dennis Rader, BTK was a short-lived, DAF influenced industrial/punk act.

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