Aug 2020 10

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Released as a single in 1988 and again in 1994, “Tower of Strength” has been regarded as one of The Mission’s most anthemic and highly regarded songs. Now, Wayne Hussey has recorded a new rendition of the classic track as a show of solidarity for those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandmic; although initially skeptical of the idea, Hussey comments that he wanted to contribute to a greater cause, “and the only thing I could really contribute is music.” With the blessings of band mates and co-writers Craig Adams, Mick Brown, and Simon Hinkler, and the cooperation of regular associate and collaborator Michael Ciravolo [..]

Aug 2020 09

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Cat Hall remains on a prodigious pace of productivity as she continues to release new material under the banner of Dissonance, with the August 5 release of Trials being her latest single. Written with regular associate Justin Burning, the song relates Hall’s feelings of hurt and helplessness at being unable to alleviate a loved one’s pain; “It was torture for me to know he was angry and hurting,” Hall explains [..]

Aug 2020 08

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Following the June release of the Away single, Emileigh Rohn has unveiled her second single release with COP International, titled Are You Okay?. Like the previous single, “Are You Okay?” sees Rohn collaborating with renowned musician/producer John Fryer, who also co-wrote the track, with the song marking the second hint of the upcoming full-length album, Missed the Noise [..]

Aug 2020 07

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Nearly five years since the release of the introductory Collide single, electro/industrial act The Head of a Girl has at last released the debut full-length album, This Place Is Really Nowhere. Written, produced, and recorded by Glenn A. Dehmer, created during a tumultuous period of depression and personal loss, the album is the culmination of his years as a DJ and producer [..]

Aug 2020 07

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After debuting Metadevice with the February 2020 release of Studies For a Vortex, André Coelho follows up with the new album, titled Ubiquitarchia. Composed in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdowns, the new record shows the artist touching on themes of loss and creative impulses in human beings; as such, Ubiquitarchia features a more stripped down approach with colder, more electronic and synthesized elements [..]

Aug 2020 07

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Known for their innovative and experimental approaches to ambient noise and industrial music, Mark Spybey (Dead Voices On Air, Download) and David Thrussell (SNOG, Black Lung) joined forces in 2019 to form Grizzly Steppe and construct the soundscape titled Svalbard. Performed in the permafrost of Spitzbergen, the largest and only permanently populated Norwegian island on December 21, 2019, the track was created by the two artists through a series of analog machines and hand-built devices [..]

Aug 2020 07

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Blending noisy industrial soundscapes with acoustic balladry and melodic songwriting, Derek Rush carried the moniker of Dream into Dust as his main creative outlet for 15 years, releasing three full-length albums and several EPs before the band went on an indefinite hiatus in 2012 after the release of So Beautiful and So Dangerous. Now, Rush has unveiled a new collection of songs created under the banner of Dream into Dust, titled Fragments of Legacy; the album’s 15 tracks span 77 minutes, all recorded between 1998-2001 for various compilations [..]

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