The Constructus Corporation
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|The Constructus Corporation|
left to right: Simon Ringrose, Yolandi Visser, Watkin Tudor Jones, Markus Wormstorm (Felix Laband not pictured)
|Also known as||Constructus|
|Origin||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Genres||Hip hop, electronica, trip hop|
|Years active||2002 – 2003|
|Labels||African Dope Records|
|Associated acts||Die Antwoord
|Past members||Watkin Tudor Jones
The Constructus Corporation were a South African electronic music group.
Formation of the band
Jones relocated to Cape Town and began collaborating with DJ Dope of Krushed & Sorted and Felix Laband on the music for a multi-media project he had conceptualized, involving a graphic novel with a soundtrack and live show. These sessions spawned the "Man With No Name" track on African Dope's Cape Of Good Dope compilation in 2002, which later gradually mutated into The Constructus Corporation outfit. During the year-long production process, a then unknown female vocalist called Anri du Toit joined the group, credited as Anica The Snuffling (later known as Yolandi Visser from Watkin's current project, Die Antwoord) on the credits.
After The Constructus Corporation
Watkin Tudor Jones since expanded into the graphic arts field, fluffy toy-making and other creative outlets, releasing two more projects, such as the Watkin Tudor Jones solo project (also known as Fucknrad, with Sibot) and the multimedia project MaxNormal.TV (not to be confused with his other outlet, Max Normal) with Anri du Toit, who later had a daughter with Watkin named Sixteen Jones. Sibot and Markus Wormstorm later collaborated on the 3-CD album The Real Estate Agents, and Felix Laband went on to be signed by distinguished German independent label Compost Records.