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SkinjoB

SkinjoB

SkinjoB


Manchester centered project SkinjoB was originally formed by founder members 'Fitz' and artist 'Manns' back in 1991 when they set out to produce 'post modern industrial dance' in the days of frontline assembly, nitzer ebb, ministry, skinny puppy and former 'revco' guitarist trent reznor's then new band, Nine Inch Nails. The inspiration for the name 'SkinjoB' was Ridley Scott's seminal movie, 'Bladerunner' and is the slang term for the 'replicants' in the movie. Read more on Last.fm
Manchester centered project SkinjoB was originally formed by founder members 'Fitz' and artist 'Manns' back in 1991 when they set out to produce 'post modern industrial dance' in the days of frontline assembly, nitzer ebb, ministry, skinny puppy and former 'revco' guitarist trent reznor's then new band, Nine Inch Nails. The inspiration for the name 'SkinjoB' was Ridley Scott's seminal movie, 'Bladerunner' and is the slang term for the 'replicants' in the movie. Interestingly, the term has recently resurfaced to refer to the Cylons in Battlestar Galactica. Time moves on as do people and SkinjoB became the solo project of Fitz which for a time went lightly touched, however in 2005 the studio was significantly upgraded and the project has undergone serious development over the last few years into the modern electronica / ebm / industrial direction with a focus initially on remixing while new original material is developed for the planned upcoming album. With numerous remixes to his credit, two of which for prestigious German bands XPQ-21 and KiEw have appeared on CDs in the top 10 of the infamous German DAC chart (and one hitting position 19 of the German Native 25 chart), Fitz incessantly works to iterate and develop the SkinjoB distinctive style of electronic music while slowly gaining the respect of his peers. His style is constantly developed and improved with each project, and is often found gracing the playlists of clubs and alternative radio shows around the world. Imminent upcoming releases feature SkinjoB remixes alongside scene heavyweights such as Combichrist and Imperative Reaction, but new original SkinjoB material will shortly be released and appear as a force in it's own right, to be initially found on upcoming compilations in prelude to the album. The live sound is presently under heavy development along with writing of brand new album material.

Various live musicians will be contributing to the SkinjoB live line up in 2007 and beyond. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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