Dark country artist Jason Charles Miller – also renowned as the front man for industrial/rock band Godhead – will be hosting a charity Toys for Tots event, taking place at Hollywood’s The Dragonfly on Saturday, December 12. The event will feature Miller performing alongside Nashville artist Hannah Aldridge, Los Angeles Americana band The Far West, and ’90s country Star Wars parody band Garth Vader. This event is the third of Miller’s planned charity shows for December [..]
Coldwave act 16volt has launched an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign to support the release of a new album, the band’s first since 2011’s Beating Dead Horses. The band is set to begin recording in the early part of 2016 [..]
Episode 6: “Let the Games Begin!”
Recorded: Saturday, November 7, 2015…
Press Start, Nerds! In this episode of ReGen: Digressions, the bitter brothers John Galope and Ilker Yücel are joined by a special guest, our friend and resident gaming guru Andy “The Frenchman” Petit. [..]
Martin “Youth” Glover, renowned producer and bassist of legendary post-punk band Killing Joke, has announced the publication of a new book, titled The Anarchist Colouring Book. The book features various free form, unaltered ink drawings taken directly from the musician’s sketchbooks [..]
A sucker for melancholy and lover of a good melody, Claus Larsen opens up with ReGen on the foundations of AM Tierpark to forge a poignant and emotive synthpop style.
An InterView with Claus Larsen of AM Tierpark
With the Canadian dark electro-pop act’s fifth album on the eve of release, Brian McLelland speaks with Ayria’s Jennifer Parkin on her career and her musical development.
An InterView with Jennifer Parkin of Ayria
Electro act Faderhead has released a new single as a personal reaction to the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, France, titled “No Gods, No Flags, No Bullshit.” The song is the first single from the band’s upcoming FH-X, scheduled for release in February, 2016, and is intended as a direct statement about the reactions of the media, politicians, and regular people; “the song is “about freedom,” states Faderhead [..]