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Artist Info

Eton Crop

Eton Crop
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Eton Crop are a Dutch indie / (post)punk band, originally formed in the Noord-Holland village of Kudelstaart in 1980.

Led by Erwin Blom, a (former) journalist for Vinyl magazine, 'the Croppers' started out as a punk and post-punk outfit in the vein of The Fall and Mekons, but they re-invented themselves a few times over the years. In the late 1980s they were influenced by the 'Madchester' sound of Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. In the 1990s, finally, they even recorded pure electronic house music (even releasing an electronic studio album under the moniker EC Groove Society.

BBC deejay, John Peel, was a fan of the group and invited them several times to record a John Peel Session. All of Eton Crop's albums are now available on Bandcamp and Spotify. The band are still touring the U.K. every once in a while, performing (mostly free) gigs in pubs.
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