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  1. Since their inception, ESG has affected post-punk, no wave, dance-punk, hip-hop, and various styles of dance music such as house. They fell in with…

  2. Less well known than contemporaries Gang of Four, Medium Medium was nonetheless an influence on a number of the dance-punk revival bands of the…

  3. Judy Nylon is an American artist who moved to London in the very early 1970s. She was half of the punk act called Snatch, which also featured…

  4. Pink Section were a San Francisco, CA-based art punk band that existed from 1979 to 1980.

  5. Lake Of Dracula was a noise rock supergroup from Chicago that featured members of The Flying Luttenbachers, Couch, The Scissor Girls, U.S. Maple…

  6. Mofungo were a New York City based No Wave band who were active from 1979 to 1993, featuring Elliott Sharp, Robert Sietsema, A.C. Chubb, Willie…

  7. Live Skull was an experimental rock band from New York City, New York, United States.

    The band created abrasive no wave music not unlike their…

  8. James Chance alias James White, a veteran of New York's avant-garde no wave scene, recast his seminal band the Contortions as a parody of a…

  9. There is more than one band that recorded under the name Hula:

    1) The Sheffield based band Hula was founded in November 1980. Three members…

  10. Occult Chemistry was a band featuring Martha Tilson, later of A Certain Ratio on vocals.
    In 1980 Zip Records produced the ‘Occult Chemistry EP’.…

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