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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

Artist Info


Powered by Audioscrobbler™Void is name to at least 16 artists:
01. Early 80's hardcore punk band from the US
02. A psytrance DJ and artist from Israel
03. At least five established metal bands with name Void
04. An English industrial/post-black metal band of OCD (Matt Jarman)
05. A jazz group from Perth, Australia
06. An electronic duo from Germany, Michael Bruder and Wolfgang Wahl
07. A drum and bass/jungle artist from the UK
08. A doujin trance producer from Japan running Mournfinale.
09. A black metal band from the United States.
10. Berlin school electronic musician Danyo Romijn from Netherlands since 1997.
11. Depressive Black Metal one-man-band from Baku, Azerbaijan
12. Alternative rock project from Kyiv, Ukraine by Viktor Pryduvalov
13. Alabama's resident drunk.
14. A young rapper from the Netherlands.
15. A young rapper from the US.
16. A meme rap duo known for their diss tracks on YouTube.

01. Early 80's hardcore punk band closely linked to the Washington D.C. scene but actually hailing from nearby Columbia, Maryland. Often credited as one of the first bands to successfully fuse hardcore and heavy metal, this was mostly due to guitarist Bubba Dupree's unique playing style that somehow managed to merge the reckless abandonment of punk with the technical riffing of metal. Mostly ignored at the time, they did manage to gather a small cult following through their chaotic live shows that often ended in drunken mayhem perfectly mirroring their highly volatile music. Their recorded legacy consists of just fifteen tracks, three on the legendary Flex Your Head compilation of early D.C. hardcore and twelve more on a split album with The Faith, both released on seminal hardcore label Dischord. There is also an unauthorized CD of their early demos available. They also recorded an album for Touch And Go records which remains unreleased called Potion For Bad Dreams.

02. A psytrance DJ from Israel, who has branched out into genres such as guitar psytrance, psychedelic rock and electro. He is a member of the Chemical Crew.

03. There are at least five established metal bands around the world by the name of Void. www.metal-archives.com could maybe help you identify which Void you're listening to.

04. An English industrial/post-black metal band of OCD (Matt Jarman) who has done work with Zyklon, Aborym, and Red Harvest.

05. A jazz group from Perth, Australia. Website: www.void.tv

06. An electronic duo from Germany, Michael Bruder and Wolfgang Wahl.

07. A drum and bass/jungle artist from the UK

08. Known as void in the doujin music scene, creates various kind of electronic music, mainly trance. Has created BMS files for the BMS OF FIGHTER events. His work and website can be found on http://www.mournfinale.com/


11. «Void» is «Violet Cold» now www.last.fm/music/Violet+Cold


14. Void is a 15 year old rapper from the Netherlands that's on the come up. Inspired by rappers like NF, Logic, Eminem and Josh A.

15. Void is also a teenage rapper from Texas that is working on a plethora of tracks, including “When I Die,” “Tigerstooth,” “Teen Witch,” and “Slice Slice.”

16. void is also the name of rap duo which consisted of Packgod and Leg, Best known for making diss tracks on popular creators such as Pokimane, Adin Ross and IShowSpeed. As of now the only member is Leg following a dispute between the two.
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