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1st Base Runner Releases Haunting New Single, Teams Up With Legendary Director Matt Mahurin for “Break Even” Music Video

Austin, TX-based Singer Songwriter 1st Base Runner continues his flurry of new releases with new single “Break Even” on July 9, the 3rd track to be released from forthcoming album ‘Seven Years of Silence’ (due July 30). A music video by Matt Mahurin (Tom Waits, Peter Gabriel, Alice in Chains) was premiered at Folk n’ Rock. (Update: 1st Base Runner recently...

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Austin TX-based Indie Electronic Artist 1st Base Runner Finds Melancholic, Gothic Beauty on ‘Pirouette’ Single

Austin TX-based Indie Electronic Artist 1st Base Runner Finds Melancholic, Gothic Beauty on ‘Pirouette’ Single Austin TX-based indie electronic solo artist 1st Base Runner‘s new single “Pirouette“, released Feb 15, is the second taste of new music from upcoming full-length album “Seven Years of Silence”, due for release April 8. 1st Base Runner‘s outsider artistic vision is...

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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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Fans of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Will Love X.U.L and His Dark, Ambient “Void” Album

Fans of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Will Love X.U.L and His Dark, Ambient “Void” Album So who is X.U.L? X.U.L is Gašper Selko, a multi-instrumentalist musician, producer and artist. His approach to sound is decidedly individualistic and open to experimentation. Music is intended to be an experience to all who enter X.U.L’s terrain. What...

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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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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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Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

Trent Reznor’s main vehicle and contribution to the music world, Nine Inch Nails, is back, but not in the form some would expect. The trouble with long-standing acts is often the various groups of fans they attract. To some, only a recreation of the original “Pretty Hate Machine” sound would be acceptable. To others, the...

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The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

The goal at I.M.P. is to pull the quality musicians crawling through the muck of self-promotion up to the surface. With the Internet behemoth at full roar, sharing music, singles, experiments, full albums, is as easy as the click clack of a keyboard. An artist can record something into the head of a microphone, compress...

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Queens Of The Stone Age get hard and soft on rock and roll classic

God, it feels good when that first strike of sludge guitar hits on Queens Of The Stone Age’s new album, …Like Clockwork. First track, “Keep Your Eyes Peeled,” travels at a lowly lurk, like carefully stepping through a graveyard at night. Frontman Josh Homme takes deep painful stabs on his downtuned guitar while distressed ghouls...

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Industrial act Onslaught Six releases raging new CD “Termina”

Today we have an exclusive with a talented solo artist who plays aggressive and emotionally charged industrial music. As an industrial fan myself, I commend Onslaught Six for being one of the few to continue bringing new inspiration to the art form. He is celebrating his new CD release “Termina” which is out today, so...

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Jeff Higgins delivers ambient, mind-expanding sounds with “Profit Prophet”

When I found out that Jeff Higgins, music blogger extraordinaire over at Groove Sandwich, was also a musician and had recently released an electronic music album called “Profit Prophet” (no, it’s not a concept album about Ted Haggard), I had to check it out. Ambient, dark and experimental, this is music you could listen to while...

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