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Tolchock 14


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The story of Tolchock 14 started on 14th September 1986. At this date Jens ‘Jesus’ Persson and Christer ‘Christ’ Lundmark formed their experimenting duo. Influences were Cabaret Voltaire, The Sisters of Mercy, Neon Judgement and other Belgium body music like Front 242.

Tolchock 14’s first release was on “Music from the Frontier-tape” (Front Music). They appeared with the song “Mindtraveller”. A song that also was included on their first own tape. “The secret studio tour” was a mix of many influences. The result was an amazing and personal experimental hybrid called Tolchock Music. The tape sold a lot in Sweden and around Europe. Tolchock 14 occured in some papers, radioshows and fanzines where they got a lot of credit for their work. The story of Jesus and Christ continued and they were described like “a Butcher and a Cinema projectionist experimenting with sounds and making a hard-personal-mix with synthezisers and samplers using things like a vacuum cleaner, mangle and a barking dog”.

In 1989 Tolchock 14 appeared on the record “Transeuropa” with the track “The Black Plague”. Tolchock 14 also participated on several collection-records. But they never had the chance to release a full album.

1996 they decided to change their name to Tolchock. At the same time the music turned more physical and danceable.

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