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Latest revision as of 20:36, 14 January 2020

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Intro

A German electronic musical project whose output has ranged drastically within the electronic music spectrum, from Electro to Industrial to Ambient and Techno.

They have become a staple crossover act, bringing several forms of Electro into the mainstream Industrial music world.

Info

They were formed during 1993 by Daniel Myer, Dejan Samardzic, and Björn Junemann, pulling the name from the Blade Runner translation of "skin job".

They were soon signed to Off Beat, and began distributing their music in North America via Pendragon Records.

1995 saw the departure of band mate Björn, and the lineup has consisted of Daniel and Dejan ever since.

After Metropolis Records acquired Pendragon, the two musicians have been able to spread their music to a larger fanbase in North America, and have remained continuously popular in the European Industrial music scene.

Over the course of their subsequent releases in the 1990s, they wove increasing amounts of Drum n Bass and IDM influence into their sound.

1999's 'NinetyNine' was a sparse, downtempo collection of Ambient electronic compositions.

They have since reintroduced some of the more rhythmic elements back into their sound on their more recent albums, but have continued to experiment, drawing concepts from a wide variety of musical styles.

In Haujobb 2011 released a new album with the title "New World March" which according to the band uses more hardware, guitars, drums, and sound recordings compared to software based Vertical Theory of 2003.

In 2013 Haujobb created their own production label, Basic Unit Productions, and began releasing other artists such as Div|ider, Blush Response, and Black Nail Cabaret. Basic Unit Productions also released two compilations under the title, "Frost".

In September 2015, Haujobb released the minimal-wave influenced, "Blendwerk" on Basic Unit Productions in Germany and on Negative Gain Productions in the United States.

Discography

As Haujobb

  1. Drift Wheeler, 1993, CS (out of print)
  2. Homes and Gardens, 1993, CD
  3. Eye Over You, 1994, CDS
  4. Freeze Frame Reality, 1995, CD
  5. Frames: The Remix Album, 1996, EP
  6. Remix Wars Part One (vs. Wumpscut), 1996, EP
  7. Solutions for a Small Planet, 1996, CD
  8. From Homes to Planets, 1997, CD (best of)
  9. Matrix, 1997, 2CD
  10. Ninetynine, 1999, CD
  11. Ninetynine Remixes, 1999, CD
  12. Polarity, 2001, CD
  13. Penetration, 2002, EP
  14. Vertical Theory, 2003, CD
  15. Vertical Mixes, 2005, CD
  16. Smack My Bitch Up, 2007, EP
  17. Dead Market, 2011, EP
  18. New World March, November 11, 2011, CD
  19. Let's Drop Bombs, 2012, Remix CD
  20. Blendwerk, 2015, CD, LP
  21. Alive (2018) Live

As Cleaner/Cleen/Clear Vision

  1. Designed Memories, 1998, CDEP
  2. Second Path, 1999, CD
  3. The Voice, 2000, MCD
  4. Solaris, 2000, CD (as Cleaner)
  5. The Call, 2002, CDS (as Clear Vision)
  6. Deception, 2002, CD (as Clear Vision)

As Destroid

  1. Future Prophecies CD (2004)
  2. Loudspeaker CD (2007)
  3. Silent World EP (2010)

As Architect

  1. Galactic Supermarket CD (1998)
  2. Galactic Edge 12" (1998)
  3. I Went Out Shopping To Get Some Noise CD (2003)
  4. Noise Is Out Of Stock 12" (2005)
  5. The Analysis Of Noise Trading CD (2005)
  6. Lower Lip Interface CD (2007)
  7. Consume Adapt Create (2010)
  8. Upload Select Remix (2011)
  9. Upload Select Remix 2 (Digital only release) (2011)
  10. Mine (2013)
  11. Mine Remixes 2 (2014) (featuring remixes Dreissk and Textbeak)

As h_m_b

  1. Great Industrial Love Affairs CD (2001)

As Newt

  1. -273°C CD (1997)
  2. Phaseshifting EP (1998)
  3. 37°C CD (1999)

As Dots+Dashes

  1. Aircutter EP (1997)
  2. Dots & Dashes CD (1998)
  3. Selected Drum Works Vol 1 EP (1998)

As Aktivist

  1. Ein Abend Mit Mir... 12" (1998)

As S'Apex

  1. Out There Back On 12" (1998)
  2. Audiodesign CD (1999)
  3. Henryk Remixes (2000)

As Hexer

  1. R:A Vs. Hexer: Compress (1998)
  2. Hexer Vs. Omega Men (1998)
  3. Hexer vs. Crunch (1999)
  4. Paradoxon I & II (1999)

As Myer

  1. Contra Technique (1998)
  2. Style 12" (1997)
  3. Pressure Drop (1998)
  4. Leavin' Space (1998)

As Standeg

  1. Ultrahightechviolet (2008)
  2. Rushing Pictures EP (2008)

External Links

www.haujobb-music.com