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Tenuous Threads Releases Tense, Exciting Debut “Mettle” EP

Australian Alternative Electronic Musician and Producer Tenuous Threads has released debut EP “Mettle” June 6, 2021. The album showcases the artist’s refreshingly left-field approach to every aspect of songwriting and production, from the purposely tense vocal melodies to the moody arrangements. “Mettle” is an essential new release for fans of experimental rock, electronic or alternative music. How to Listen: Stream “Mettle”...

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The Best New Indie Music Videos

The Best New Indie Music Videos When releasing indie music videos, one has to boil their creative ideas down to their essence, following a clear direction that works within budget and means. Often these are the most innovative and impressive visuals, mainly because the palette is slightly limited, making the core idea of paramount importance....

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Brooklyn Dark Electronic Artist She’s Excited! Delivers Visceral “Shock Therapy” EP

Brooklyn Dark Electronic Artist She’s Excited! Delivers Visceral “Shock Therapy” EP The dark electronic beauty “Shock Therapy” is a powerful international collaboration, an immersive journey inwards that asks: “If I refuse to sleep, who’s gonna live my dreams?” Munich born, Brooklyn-based Dark Electronic artist/producer She’s Excited! is in the midst of a raucous creative burst, culminating in the April...

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Genghis Tron’s new sound is an indomitable force of nature.

Genghis Tron’s new sound is an indomitable force of nature. When Genghis Tron decided to go on hiatus, they announced the break on their MySpace page. It’s been a while… Genghis Tron announced their “intermission” in 2010 after touring their second album Board up the House. Their first two records sent ripples through the metal...

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Elegant industrial scores the enigmatic solo debut of the incomparable Jehnny Beth

  Elegant industrial scores the enigmatic solo debut of the incomparable Jehnny Beth When a band finally cracks that tipping point and delivers an album that’s on the tip of the tongues of critics and fans alike, getting heaped with praise, you expect the next record to be inevitable. Fans thirst for more material and the...

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Azusa’s transcontinental union has birthed a shapeshifting powerhouse on ‘Loop of Yesterdays’

Azusa‘s transcontinental union has birthed a shapeshifting powerhouse on ‘Loop of Yesterdays’, out now via Solid State Records. The final days of 2017 marked the end of mathcore legends The Dillinger Escape Plan‘s tenure as the preeminent force in maniacal, progressive post-hardcore. The band disbanded with a trio of shows at New York’s Terminal 5...

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REVIEW: “Miss Anthropocene” by GRIMES

By ELI JACE > Grimes shoots for high concept but never gets past the D n B. Miss Anthropocene is the wily-eyed singer’s fifth album and finds her kicking her sound further out. It’s a party album for the fall of man, something to dance on the ashes of yesteryear to while Gaia chokes on...

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Coronavirus: The Best New Songs and Albums For Self-Isolation

As COVID19 has streamlined a powerful assault on just about every Earthen industry, we are forced to stay at home and pause aspects of our lives, and the mounting stresses are real. Constants are more important than ever right now. Art is a constant. Music is a constant. These can be created in isolation and their rich emotions can be experienced in isolation. Music being released during these hazy, unseemly times is without a doubt defiant. 

Nine Inch Nails continue to build their rich instrumental legacy with Ghosts V-VI

Nine Inch Nails devotees have been well aware of Trent Reznor’s prowess in the field of instrumental music for decades, long before his recent Grammy-winning stint scoring film. Between the furious buzzsaw eruptions of the industrial rock tracks led by his iconic bellow, the brilliant producer has managed to slip in some of his best...

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Hell Is For Children — The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class

By ELI JACE > The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, that beacon of overindulgence, has struck out once again. This year’s inductees, with all due respect to Nine Inch Nails, are the wonkiest group ever selected by the increasingly out of touch voting board. Along with NIN, the Hall will induct singer Whitney Houston,...

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Who Says There’s No Good Music Anymore? Here Are The 50 Best Albums of the 2010’s

Anyone who quips that there’s no good music anymore needs to open up and let it in. Music is more daring, experimental and free than ever, and the artists who fearlessly explore are often rewarded with appreciation from the music loving community. From edgy late-in-life releases like Bowie’s ‘blackstar’ to mind-expanding opuses like Kamasi Washington’s...

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Stream Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’s new Track “The Way It Used to Be” Taken from The Watchmen Soundtrack

Dark ambient soundtrack music’s new dynamic duo, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, have done it again on new composition “The Way It Used to Be”, a beautiful, jazz-soaked number they’ve offered for preview on Youtube. Vinyl collectors take notice, as HBO’s The Watchmen Soundtrack(s) will be available on vinyl very shortly. From Watchmen Episode 6,...

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