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Cabaret Voltaire (Musical group)

LC control no.n 93116668
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingCabaret Voltaire (Musical group)
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See alsoMember: Kirk, Richard H.
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Member: Mallinder, Stephen
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Member: Watson, Chris, 1953-
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Beginning date1973
Ending date1994
LocatedSheffield (England)
Field of activityIndustrial music Post-punk music New wave music Electronica (Music)
Found inIts Code [SR] p1987: label (Cabaret Voltaire)
Wikipedia, August 21, 2017 (Cabaret Voltaire; English music group formed in 1973 in Sheffield, England; named after a nightclub in Zurich; group members were Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk, and Chris Watson; early work consisted primarily of Dada-influenced performance art and experimentation with tape machines, which helped pioneer industrial music in the mid 1970s; emerging on the post-punk scene, they integrated their experimentalist sensibilities with dance, new wave, and pop styles; often characterized as among the most innovative and influential electronic groups of their era; active until 1994)
Associated languageeng
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