About This Website

This guide was compiled by DJ Robot Citizen commencing in late 2012 based on other music media work going back to ancient times. This site topped 100,000 "visits" in Nov 2014 and has had 171,062 visits as of Jan 01 2016. As of October 2018 it receives 2,000+ "unique ip visits" per week; around 100,000 visits per year. It's good to know others are (re)discovering and enjoying this music too. :-) (Charts of site stats are shown here.)

The scope of music covered on this site includes numerous genres that came out of the post-punk music movement of the late 70s, particularly industrial and goth and the many offshoots and siblings like: goth rock, electro-industrial, new romantic, electronic body music (EBM), darkwave, death-rock, industrial-metal, (darker) new-wave rock, pre-punk '70s glam-rock (being a precursor prime influence), cybergoth, cyberpunk, electro-punk, synth-punk, horror-punk, electro-rock, dark alternative pop/rock, dance-punk, power-noise, witch-house, glitch-hop, drag, dark ambient, coldwave, chill-wave, musique concrete, dark electro, dark electronica, (darker) synthpop, digital hardcore (DHC), techno-punk, elektro, hellectro, aggrotech, breakcore, darkcore, darkstep & so on... artists, bands, groups, projects, producers...

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If you'd like your work to be considered for inclusion on this site please send an inbox message via that FB page or via the contact page on this site. Please note that this site is devoted to artists living in or who are from Australia or New Zealand (ANZ). There are plans to develop a broader international site... time will tell!

This website is meant as a respectful tribute to all these artists/producers; bringing them together like this, as a collation of our cultural heritage, can potentially boost exposure & recognition for all the projects. This page contains a copyright-disclaimer notice - in sum all rights belong of course to the copyright owners/creators. You are encouraged to financially support the artists.

Why did I build this site?... There are several factors that inspired me to put this site together. In short:

I hope that this site's collection helps to foster, locally, a greater appreciation for what we have and where we come from. And that from that position more artists have a chance of being able to make more art. :) I hope you discover music via this site that you love too and so much so that you'll fork out some $ to help the artists.

DJ Robot Citizen

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