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This month new release songs

  • Aeronaut V

    Into Two

  • Alfa Matrix

    Like My Pain

  • Blutengel

    The Victory Of Light

  • BlakLight


  • Dreaming in Spanda

    Anuttara Mirror

  • Partikul


  • Stars Crusaders


  • WeirdWolves



il Cabaret del Diavolo (Since 2006) was created for one reason, to bring together a mix of EBM and Electro-Industrial of the 80's & 90's. But we play many others too of course such as SynthPop, DarkWave, Aggrotech, New Beat and Elektronische Musik. Cabaret del Diavolo Radio is maintained by our own resources. Long Live EBM!!!


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A Tribute to Kraftwerk


A Tribute to Javi Delgado

Einstürzende Neubauten

A Tribute to Einstürzende Neubauten


A Tribute to FLA


A Tribute to Laibach


A Tribute to SPK


A Tribute to Nitzer Ebb


A Tribute to And One


A Tribute to Peter Murphy / Bauhaus


4 Aug.
11:00 pm
Palma de Mallorca

EBM Classics Session
((live mix))

Old School Ebm Artists: Nitzer Ebb, Front242, Pouppée Fabrikk, Armageddon Dildos, Vomito Negro, Portion Control, Borghesia, DAF, Leæther Strip, A Split Second, FLA,...

7-8 Aug.
Non-Stop all day

FRONT 242 Tribute.
WEEKEND. 7-8 Aug.

Were formed in 1981 in Aarschot, Belgium, by Daniel Bressanutti and Dirk Bergen, who wanted to create music and graphic design using emerging electronic tools.

11 Aug.
11:00 pm

EBM & ElectroDark Night
((live mix))

We cover genres like Electronic Body Music, Darkwave, Gothic, Electro Dark, Ambient, and all their sub- and similar genres. Turn the lights down, and the volume up!

14-15 Aug.
Non-Stop all day

LAIBACH Tribute.
WEEKEND. 14-15 Aug.

Laibach was formed on 1 June 1980 in Trbovlje, a mining-industry town. Laibach is the German language name of the city of Ljubljana, a name used during the...

18 Aug
11:00 pm

Absolute Body Control
((live mix))

EBM is a distinct and highly specific style of electronic dance music. While it's hard to give a precise genre definition, EBM does have a few signature features, beginning with the all-important bassline.

21-21 Aug.
Non-Stop all day

TEST DEPT. Tribute.
WEEKEND. 21-21 Aug.

Test Dept, sometimes credited as Test Department or Test Dept. is an industrial music group from London that was one of the most important and influential early industrial music acts.

25 Aug.
11:00 pm

80s SynthPop Night
((live mix))

SyntPop & New Romantics: John Foxx, Japan, Gary Numan, SoftCell, Human League, Fad Gadget, New Order, OMD, Ultravox, Visage, Propaganda, Depeche Mode, Simple Minds, Telex...

28-29 Aug.
Non-Stop all day

SOFT CELL Tribute.
WEEKEND. 28-29 Aug.

Soft Cell are an English synth-pop duo who came to prominence in the early 1980s. The duo consisted of vocalist Marc Almond and instrumentalist David Ball. The band are primarily known for their 1981 hit version of "Tainted Love"


The space he designed opened in April 1922 in the Hôtel Élite in Rome where it remained until closing in 1924. The Cabaret del Diavolo served primarily as a restaurant where the top echelons of intellectual and artistic society gathered, but the space also hosted occasional theatrical performances, including musical compositions played by Luigi Russolo and poetry readings by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti.


Nel 1913 poco dopo la stampa del manifesto L’arte dei rumori, Russolo presenta il suo intonarumori, un apparecchio grande quanto una stanza d’appartamento, cubisticamente realizzato con leve, casse, mobili, imbuti, altoparlanti, in grado di simulare ululati, scoppi, rombi, stropiccii, gorgoglii, sibili, ronzii, mentre otto anni più tardi con il rumorarmonio ne perfeziona il congegno tecnologico-comunicativo, inventando il mezzo congeniale all’amplificazione di ogni effetto musicale proposto dall’intonarumori stesso.


The ’80s audio equipment Experience. Headphones: Victor HP-D555, Microphone: Sennheiser MD419, Mixer: Vestax DSM310 PRO, Digital Audio Recorder: Sony PCM-F1, Speakers: Pioneer A-27, Audio Amplifiers: Saba 9241, JVC A-10x, Computer: Macintosh II upgraded a Mac OsX + AirFoil, CD Player DJ: Denon DN 2000F, Turntables: Technics SL 1200, Synthesizers: Korg MS 20, Roland Jupiter 6, Moog Minimoog, Roland TR-606 and DIY Intonarumori & Theremin

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One of our driving forces is to increase the awareness of important happenings in the world of Electro-Industrial and EBM.
Djs wanted for guest work at Cabaret del Diavolo. An essential requirement is a passion for EBM, Darkwave and OldSchool Industrial Music radio@cabaretdiavolo.com

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Electronic body music (commonly abbreviated as EBM) is a genre of electronic music that combines elements of industrial music and synth-punk. It developed in the early 1980s in Germany and Belgium and came to prominence in Belgium at the end of the decade. EBM was generally considered a part of the European new wave and post-punk movement and the first style that blended synthesized sounds with an ecstatic style of dancing.

L'electronic body music (spesso chiamato con l'acronimo EBM) è un derivato della Neue Deutsche Welle che vede come padri fondatori gruppi come Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft (D.A.F.), Liaisons Dangereuses e Portion Control. Le sonorità dei gruppi EBM combinano elementi di musica industrial con l'electronic dance music, e per questo viene chiamato anche industrial dance.

Electronic Body Music, kurz EBM, zeitweise unter dem Silbenkurzwort Aggrepo (aggressiv – positiv) bekannt, ist ein Anfang der 1980er-Jahre entstandener Musikstil, der durch repetitive Sequenzerläufe, tanzbetonte Rhythmen sowie zumeist klare, parolenähnliche Shouts (d. h. Rufgesang) gekennzeichnet ist.

EBM fue acuñado por la banda belga Front 242 en 1984 al describir la música de su EP No Comment, lanzado en el mismo año. ​Algunos años antes, la banda alemana Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft (DAF) utilizó el término «Körpermusik» (body music) en una entrevista para describir su sonido electrónico bailable del punk. Un término poco común que también se ha utilizado para referirse al EBM es aggrepo, una contracción de «aggressive pop» (estallido agresivo), usada principalmente en Alemania a finales de la década de los años 1980.