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Cabaret Voltaire to play first gig in 20 years

Cabaret Voltaire are set to play their first gig in 20 years at Berlin's Atonal Festival next month. According to the festival's website: "Berlin Atonal is delighted to announce that it will host the very first Cabaret Voltaire live performance in over 20 years. Cabaret Voltaire’s blend of dance music, techno, dub, house and experimentalism made them, without a doubt, one of the most influential acts of the last 40 years."

Cabaret Voltaire – Methodology ’74-’78:Attic Tapes

Three-disc box of electro pioneers' early dabbles

Deep Purple: “We were dangerous, unpredictable… it wasn’t cabaret”

Their magnificent guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore, has long since left the band for a life of quasi-medieval music-making. Their keyboard player, that classically trained gentleman...

Dinky – Black Cabaret

New York DJ takes a turn on the other side of the tables

Tadpole

Fighting free from the monumental shadows of Woody Allen and Whit Stillman, Gary Winick's Tadpole—hewn from that same Upper East Side social milieu and following the vaguely familiar unrequited infatuations of Aaron Stanford's 15-year-old Voltaire-quoting, stepmom-fancying preppy—is 77 unapologetic and mostly witty minutes of romantic ephemera.
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