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Laibach

(ˈlaibax)
n
(Placename) the German name for Ljubljana
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pair have shared the stage with Skinny Puppy, Laibach, Douglas McCarthy (of Nitzer Ebb), Youth Code, Cold Cave and Void Vision.
2005) Interrogation Machine: Laibach and NSK, Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press.
Nombrado interlocutor oficial entre la rica Noruega y el "reino del terror" de Corea del Norte, el artista escandinavo Morten Traavik logro lo inimaginable: que el rock con guinos fascistoides de la famosa banda eslovena Laibach sonara en el Ponghaw Art Teathre de la capital norcoreana Pyongyang, el mes pasado.
This summer the collective is set to cause a new stir when its musical wing, industrial rock band Laibach, plays two concerts in North Korea on an invitation from Pyongyang.
The Skuc Gallery has been in operation since the heydays of artistic funding in the Balkans, opening its doors to significant figures such as Mladen Stilinovic and the avant-garde music group Laibach.
Ms Laibach is responsible for the regional departments of Africa/Latin America and Asia/Europe, as well as for the division German Corporates/Special Programmes.
The book chronicles in detail the congresses (Vienna, Aix la Chapelle, Troppau, Laibach and Verona) and the ambassadorial meetings that came between them.
He was also the intellectual standard-bearer of another dissident group, Neue Slovenische Kunst or NSK (New Slovenian Art), an art collective composed of the rock group Laibach (the German name for Ljubljana), the group of painters called IRWIN, and the theater group Scipion Nasice (Sisters of Scipion Nasice).
So, when my friend Terry Laibach suggested we go, I agreed.
Laibach se convirtio en una parte integral de la constelacion de fuerzas politicas-culturales llamadas "El Nuevo Arte Esloveno", comunmente conocido usando su designacion alemana 'Neue Slowenische Kunst' o 'NSK'.
En 1985, quelques annees seulement avant la desintegration de la Federation yougoslave--qualifiee souvent comme le pays le plus liberal de l'ancien bloc de l'Est--qui aura lieu en 1991, a l'epoque ou, paradoxalement, le groupe de musique slovene Laibach, avec son iconographie nazie et nationaliste deliberement provocante, est un des groupes de musique les plus populaires du pays, Koteski a ete condamne a 5 ans de reclusion, sous l'accusation d'avoir oeuvre secretement a la destruction de la Yougoslavie et a la creation d'un Etat macedonien independant (la guerre en ex-Yougoslavie debutera et la Macedoine proclamera son independance par Referendum seulement cinq ans plus tard).