Jules Hodgson

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Jules Hodgson
Kmfdm jules starlite.jpg
Onstage at the Starlite Room.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (October 2004)
Background information
Birth nameJules Hodgson
Also known asJoolz, J. Hogstorm
GenresIndustrial rock, industrial metal, EBM
Occupation(s)Musician, record producer
InstrumentsGuitar, bass guitar, piano, violin[1]
LabelsKMFDM Records, Metropolis, One Eyed Records
Associated actsKMFDM, The Spittin' Cobras, PIG, Lodestar

Jules Hodgson, also credited as Joolz or J. Hogstorm, is an English musician, record producer and former member of the KMFDM,[2] an industrial band, and The Spittin' Cobras (along with KMFDM bandmate Andy Selway). He is a former member of PIG and Lodestar. In 2006, Hodgson married pin-up model Go-go Amy and divorced in 2008. Jules now resides in Seattle, Washington. In 2007, he formed The Black Lab Studio.

Hodgson is originally from Leeds, England.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 4 September 2012. Retrieved 17 December 2011.
  2. ^ Iwasaki, Scott (21 September 2006). "KMFDM playing until fun stops". Deseret News. Retrieved 21 May 2010.


Jules Hodgson now has a new band called Detonator based in Seattle, WA