One of the most prolific and artistically engaging artists of his generation speaks with ReGen about his latest Ka-Spellian endeavors.
An InterView with Edward Ka-Spel
I Ya Toyah speaks with ReGen about the importance of togetherness and connection as both artists and audiences maintain in the hopefully waning days of the pandemic.
An InterView with Ania Tarnowska of I Ya Toyah
Having signed to Metropolis Records and releasing the Singles & Rarities collection, ReGen now has the opportunity to introduce American audiences to this exciting Greek electro duo.
An InterView with Kriistal Ann & Toxic Razor of Paradox Obscur
South African artist Thomas Mark Anthony speaks with ReGen Magazine about the culmination of his Terminal debut album, signing to Metropolis Records, and continuing to fight against prejudice and bigotry through music.
An InterView with Thomas Mark Anthony of Terminal
Transitioning away from industrialized extreme metal into a more streamlined and accessible form of machine-driven alt. rock, Aborym founder Fabban speaks with ReGen about the band’s development and latest album.
An InterView with Fabban Giannese of Aborym
Innovative and influential doesn’t even begin to describe cEvin Key, whose legacy and talent has now resulted in his fifth solo album wherein he invites us back into the Too Dark Park with a renewed historical context.
An InterView with cEvin Key
Steve and Katie Petix speak to ReGen about the creation of Technophobia’s recently released and long awaited sophomore record.
An InterView with Steve and Katie Petix of Technophobia