Electronic Body Music, abbreviated as E.B.M., is a term whose origin stems from the Belgian group Front 242. It was chosen to describe the powerful, cold and minimalist electronic rhythms that defined the structures of this new musical genre. The movement quickly garnered followers in the underground scene during the 1980s and early 1990s, especially in Europe, before breaking into the rest of the world. This comprehensive set is a compilation featuring artists like Nitzer Erb, Borghesia and The Neon Judgment - groups that changed contemporary music and unleashed the era of machines.

Electronic Body Music, abbreviated as E.B.M., is a term whose origin stems from the Belgian group Front 242. It was chosen to describe the powerful, cold and minimalist electronic rhythms that defined the structures of this new musical genre. The movement quickly garnered followers in the underground scene during the 1980s and early 1990s, especially in Europe, before breaking into the rest of the world. This comprehensive set is a compilation featuring artists like Nitzer Erb, Borghesia and The Neon Judgment - groups that changed contemporary music and unleashed the era of machines.

5400863010515
Dancing in Darkness - EBM, Black Synth & Dark Beats from the 80's

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Format: CD
Label: PIAS AMERICA
Rel. Date: 05/17/2019
UPC: 5400863010515

Dancing in Darkness - EBM, Black Synth & Dark Beats from the 80's
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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Electronic Body Music, abbreviated as E.B.M., is a term whose origin stems from the Belgian group Front 242. It was chosen to describe the powerful, cold and minimalist electronic rhythms that defined the structures of this new musical genre. The movement quickly garnered followers in the underground scene during the 1980s and early 1990s, especially in Europe, before breaking into the rest of the world. This comprehensive set is a compilation featuring artists like Nitzer Erb, Borghesia and The Neon Judgment - groups that changed contemporary music and unleashed the era of machines.