Throughout human history our ancestors marked the passage of time according to simple, observable patterns: day gave way to night as surely as spring led to summer led to autumn […]
all of the familiar elements of Shone’s work – distorted drones and bass pulses, lumbering tempos, and throbbing mechanical percussion – coalesce in their strongest configurations to date, evidently informed by general anxiety about humanity’s precarious future and a palpable contempt for the complacent cultural self-interest hastening our demise.
Few bands have KMFDM founder Sascha Konietzko’s gift for making provocative yet entirely danceable, aggressive music. With a discography of 19 full-length albums spanning more than 30 years, when the headliners take the stage every song of the evening’s 100-minute set is a proven crowd-pleaser…
Nearly 40 years have passed since British art-noise agitators Throbbing Gristle founded the seminal label for experimental music, Industrial Records, which established an entirely new, eponymous genre of “industrial” music. […]