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  1. Late 70s post punk band from Sheffield. They released two ep's, and one lp. They were featured on the "Hicks From The Sticks" compilation.

  2. Formed in 1980 when the five members were all students at the Art College and Sussex Uni, they developed a post-punk funk sound around a tight…

  3. Shoes for Industry were a post punk band formed in bristol in 1979. The band released a 7" and participated in e(gg)clectic compilation. In 1980…

  4. Peel recognised it. So did Fluff. In 1979 The Transmitters were several decades and decibels ahead of even the most hardened post punk rocker. …

  5. I'm So Hollow was a post-punk band which formed in 1979 in Sheffield, England. They consisted of Jane Wilson (vocals, synthesizer), Rod Leigh…

  6. Spherical Objects were an important representative of the Manchester, UK-based experimental independent post-punk scene of the late 70s…

  7. Diagram Brothers (Manchester, '79-'82) were a high-concept post-punk group made up of four arty science students who devised strict constricts…

  8. Spherical Objects were a Manchester post-punk band formed by Steve Solamar in 1978. They released four albums on their own Object label before…

  9. British Postpunk/gothic rock band from Barnsley. Active from 1982 to 1987.
    They released 2 LPs and 3 singles.

    Members:
    Carl Firth - Vocals and…

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    1. Founded in 1979, Carambolage was all-female German punk/post-punk/NDW band, consisting of…

  12. Post-Punk band from Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England, UK. They released 4 singles between 1979 and 1981, three of which on Red Rhino Records.…

  13. Headleaders were formed in the very early 80's by Dakis Halkiopoulos (guitar), Frank Vacula (vocals),Spiros Faros (bass) and Josef Basselie…

  14. The popular belief that British folk rock died with the last days of Fairport and Steeleye at the end of the '70s takes a damned good kicking…

  15. Underated minimal synth punk artist from USA who also played with Geza X, The Witch Trials. Born Christian Gregory Ingle.

  16. This five piece Dutch act released albums on the Plurex label 1980-1982.

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  18. The Gentry was founded in 1984.

    Laurens, guitar, and Luis, bass, once were active in the punkband 'De Eensgezindheid, which ceased to exist after 1…

  19. The Bunnydrums began as a collaboration between three members of the Boneheads and one member of the Autistics, both part of Philadelphia's…

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