Gen Null- Hey Machine 7”. In 1982 a new kind of sound popped up everywhere in Germany. Punks discovered technology and started new bands creating a very distinctive sound that would eventually be sucked dry by the music industry under the label of NDW which stands for Neue Deutsche Welle. NDW is a genre of West German rock music originating from post-punk and new wave music with electronic influences. In it’s infancy it was a very vibrant and unique sound that evolved out of the German punk scene. Gen Null picks up that pre-NDW sound creating unique music that is a mix of Electroclash and Synthpunk taking influences from early German bands like Rotzkotz, Minisex and DAF with a certain Units coolness. On ‘Hey Machine’ Gen Null delivers 4 new songs of pre-NDW synthy dance punk with a snotty attitude a classic German wavey sound. THIS IS THE SUPER RARE TRANSPARENT ACETATE COVER VERSION OF THIS SINGLE LIMITED TO 50 COPIES! Import from the UK.