Jun 2020 15

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DJ and producer Chris Liebing has released the second installment of his Burn Slow series of remixes. Burn Slow Remixes Pt. II includes reworkings from Icelandic producer Bjarki, the legendary Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey, Carter Tutti Void), fellow Mute artist Nicolas Bougaïeff, and Art Department [..]

Jun 2020 15

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Matthew Willis has announced the new single from his solo project Transcendent 7, titled “Control,” along with an accompanying music video. Due for release on July 10 on ScentAir Records and the artist’s own Splendid Recordings, the video will be presented by a special guest [..]

Jun 2020 15

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Although there are many who would prefer to turn a blind eye to the tumultuous state of the world, there is no denying that the call for changes in our social and political structures is louder than ever. Since its inception, the industrial music scene has provided fertile ground for revolutionary ideas to take root – giving voice to the disaffected, the disenfranchised, and the discontent and addressing a society whose systemic and unsustainable oppression has reached a breaking point. [..]

Jun 2020 13

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Philadelphia electronic musician Ian R. Staer has announced the release of a new EP, titled Iterated Processes, in which the artist presents five pieces of experimental modular synthesis and eccentric tonal explorations. Mastered by Eric Oehler (Null Device, KLACK), the EP marks the artist’s first output under his own name, and as such, departs slightly from his usual output under the moniker of ST∆ER; he explains that “It’s reflective of a side of my creative persona that’s been dormant for the last few years [..]

Jun 2020 12

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Following up on the “Time reign CemenT” single, Jesse Draxler has announced his Reigning Cement audiovisual project, pairing a book of his photography with a musical collection of 20 artists. The book contains 100 pages of Draxler’s location-specific photography and collage work, visually capturing the urban chaos and industrial decay of his neighborhood in Los Angeles, with the musical accompaniment mirroring this concept as he provided each artist with 34 sonic elements recorded in the “noisy industrial environment” outside of his studio [..]

Jun 2020 12

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Having released Buried Steel earlier this year, U.K. industrial/metal act Khost has now unveiled the latest music video from the album. Featuring a spoken word by Cabaret Voltaire and Wrangler front man Stephen Mallinder, the brief but evocative lyric video to “Yellow Light” presents a bleakly claustrophobic accompaniment to the band’s dark atmospheres [..]

Jun 2020 12

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Philadelphia based electro-pop duo Korine has announced the release of a new album, The Night We Raise, marking the band’s second full-length release. Departing from the familarity of the current ’80s revivalist trends, Morgy Ramone and Trey Frye opt for a more contemporary approach to further their songwriting, producing and mixing the album entirely on their own [..]

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