Dad Dancing – Rhythm Device – Acid Rock

There was a time that rock n roll was easy – but now it’s clean and heavy. Amen to that.

Techno hero Frank De Wulf made this in 1989. Amazing examples of dad dancing from some serious-faced Belgians with mullets and Bros-style outfits. It was the charty tip of the New Beat iceberg – also known as Electronic Body Music – the slow heavy industrial sound centred around clubs in Belgium and acts like Front 242 and Lords of Acid. And of course Frank De Wulf.

The EBM sound led directly to the early R&S records, which I will never cease to go on about, ever.

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