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I'd like to find musicians who are interested in doing something that will sound and (just as importantly) look like nothing else from the last 30 years. I'm interested in theatricals as well as music. Creative contributions welcome. No original material yet... my plan is to start with a very eclectic selection of covers which will form a launch pad to somewhere that will surprise us all.
As an example of what I mean by theatricals watch the first 6 mins of this video of Rammstein on their 2011 tour, where they make their stage entrance by walking through the audience:-

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Jul 26 2014
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Just for Fun
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Gigs played:
Under 10


Velvet Underground (Venus in Furs), Kraftwerk (for their instrumental lineup and sense of humour), Rammstein (for their tunes and theatricals and sense of humour), Stooges/Pistols/Roxy/Banshees (for their attitude and fashion sense), Hendrix (for his songs, e.g. If 6 Was 9), Purcell/Wendy Carlos (Funeral March for Queen Mary, especially the mangled electronic version used as the Clockwork Orange Theme), Cabaret (the movie), Egyptian music(e.g. Oum Kalthoum). However, the theatrical/costume/performance aspect interests me as much as any specific musical style.


Some basic synths and a Roland KC-150 keyboard amp. But I have the money to buy anything that's needed.