William Zimmerman speaks with Chicago industrial artist I Ya Toyah about her background and the culmination of her debut full-length album, Code Blue, with a few hints about what is yet to come.
An InterView with I Ya Toyah
Society of the Silver Cross speaks with ReGen Magazine, having made its debut in November 2018 with more to come from the Seattle gothic duo.
An InterView with Joe Reineke & Karyn Gold-Reineke of Society of the Silver Cross
James Euringer – a.k.a. Jimmy Urine – speaks with ReGen‘s Brian McLelland about his latest album, the self-titled Euringer, in which all his production and songwriting skills are cranked up to 11.
An InterView with James Euringer
In a special contribution to ReGen Magazine, Michael Mitchell speaks to the four members of the Gitane Demone Quartet about the band’s latest album, a progressive and experimental tour-de-force.
An InterView with Gitane Demone, Rikk Agnew, Deb Venom & Paul Roessler of the Gitane Demone Quartet
Ronan Harris took his audience on a psychological journey of the self on VNV Nation’s tenth studio album, NOIRE. Here, he speaks with ReGen Magazine about that journey, and where it has taken him on his own path of reflection and evolution.
An InterView with Ronan Harris of VNV Nation
ReGen Magazine speaks with Eden Gallup, son of The Cure’s bassist, about his own musical path with his own rock band and synthwave solo project, creating for the love and dedication of finding his own musical voice.
An InterView with Eden Gallup of Violet Vendetta and Serpent Ride
Determined to provoke and agitate with a fiery mix of punk, hip-hop, industrial, and everything in between, Justin Pearson and Luke Henshaw speak with ReGen about their band Planet B, with a few words from guest performer Martin Atkins.
An InterView with Justin Pearson, Luke Henshaw, and Martin Atkins of Planet B