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the Beat Machine is a free collection of free digital punk mp3s brought to you by Rubix Bomb records. Rubix Bomb Records is a not-for-profit organization that supports free music on the web in a post Napster world. The sounds are all Mp3 files and are easy and free to download. The Beat Machine's sound is inspired by many influences mostly from the eighties new wave punk movement. Characteristics shared are electronic drums or a drum machine called the 808 used in many early rap groups and screechy tenor guitars as used by the Police and Devo. Other sounds may remind of the German group Kraftwerk who some say invented the electronic music genre, or of Buggles. Joey Beltram is another influence who is a pioneer of these electronic sounds. Tbm has included the complete album and believes other groups should show case their complete albums of Mp3's on the web. Song clips are good but full songs are the only real way to get the music out there. Tbm's free mp3's are all home recordings and are testament that anyone can publish mp3 files and albums on the web for very little cost. Had the web been running in the early eighties 80's it is no doubt that Devo, Kraftwerk, Buggles, would have all have used it to publish their electronic music. Electronica and other forms of electronic music are also available on the web and not hard to find. Many sites host Joey Beltram and you can find DHR's Atari teenage riot, who are all influences of The Beat Machine. Tbm is Known as digital punk but is only a cheap label used for meta-tags etc but it seems to fit as it has the energy of groups such as 999, but with sythetically composed drums. The vocals are also synthetic in that they are made to sound strange or alien to the listener. These mp3's are for everyone especially those who are not turned of by styes of music that cross lines of rock and electronic. Tbm's sound is not an accident and has been in over a decade of evolution, oe de-evolution if you will please enjoy them and share with your friends. Due to the recent death of joe Strummer singer of the clash from the 1977 punk gang, there is much punk in the media lately. Tbm is influenced by this movement as well as the Plasmatics and the screamers. the plasmatics based primarily from New York and the screamers a obscure La group of electronic punk. of which home recordings are in circulation but few mp3s are out there. I will link the plasmatics and the screemers to this site, as well as the clash and the rotters The Beat Machine is a free collection of free digital punk mp3s brought to you by Rubix Bomb records. Rubix Bomb Records is a not-for-profit organization that supports free music on the web in a post Napster world. The sounds are all Mp3 files and are easy and free to download. The Beat Machine's sound is inspired by many influences mostly from the eighties new wave punk movement. Characteristics shared are electronic drums or a drum machine called the 808 used in many early rap groups and screechy tenor guitars as used by the Police and Devo. Other sounds may remind of the German group Kraftwerk who some say invented the electronic music genre, or of Buggles. Joey Beltram is another influence who is a pioneer of these electronic sounds. Tbm has included the complete album and believes other groups should show case their complete albums of Mp3's on the web. Song clips are good but full songs are the only real way to get the music out there. Tbm's free mp3's are all home recordings and are testament that anyone can publish mp3 files and albums on the web for very little cost. . Due to the recent death of joe Strummer singer of the clash from the 1977 punk gang, there is much punk in the media lately. Tbm is influenced by this movement as well as the Plasmatics and the screamers. the plasmatics based primarily from New York and the screamers a obscure La group of electronic punk. of which home recordings are in circulation but few mp3s are out there. I will link the plasmatics and the screemers to this site, as well as the clash and the rotters Had the web been running in the early eighties 80's it is no doubt that Devo, Kraftwerk, Buggles, would have all have used it to publish their electronic music. Electronica and other forms of electronic music are also available on the web and not hard to find. Many sites host Joey Beltram and you can find DHR's Atari teenage riot, who are all influences of The Beat Machine. Tbm is Known as digital punk but is only a cheap label used for meta-tags etc but it seems to fit as it has the energy of groups such as 999, but with sythetically composed drums. The vocals are also synthetic in that they are made to sound strange or alien to the listener. These mp3's are for everyone especially those who are not turned of by styes of music that cross lines of rock and electronic. Tbm's sound is not an accident and has been in over a decade of evolution, oe de-evolution if you will please enjoy them and share with your friends.