Articles tagged the blood of heroes, electronic music, industrial metal

‘I Dream of Wires’, Like Its Subject, Is Large, Intimidating and Multi-faceted

Before the film's halfway point, you are not dreaming of wires, you are in the wires.

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7 Aug 2015 // 1:05 AM

Ministry: Trax! Box

The nine hours of early Ministry and co-conspirators on the Trax! Box just doesn’t get old.

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Godflesh: A World Lit Only By Fire

This album's title may suggest that the world is lit only by fire, but Godflesh celebrates the darkness of today to confounding effect.

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Many Controls but No Master: ‘I Dream of Wires: Hardcore Edition’

The history of the modular synthesizer is one that involves competing origins, unwieldy equipment, aesthetic disputes, and the whims of business and art.

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Lords of Acid: Little Mighty Rabbit

The topics of the songs on Little Mighty Rabbit: a very special vibrator, a foot fetish, and bodily fluids.

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Infinitirock: Music for Primordial Recollection

Red Hook's Infinitirock makes instrumentals that would shut down a library.

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Henri Pousseur: Parabolique d’Enfer

Gorgeous, essential electronic noise from a pioneering Belgian dude.

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12 Jul 2011 // 8:58 PM

Kate Simko: Lights Out

Kate Simko's debut full-length might have you longing for the film score fanatic in her.

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27 Jun 2011 // 6:30 AM

Sin City raves at Electric Daisy Carnival

LAS VEGAS — If time-lapse photos existed to illustrate the movements of the crowd during the first two nights of the Electric Daisy Carnival this past

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Summer Is Electric With Electronic Music Festivals

Fans of electronic music will find a lot of massive events going on around the US this summer. Here are a few to look out for.

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Arthur Oskan: A Little More Than Everything

Early-hours techno as well as set-closers: all in a day's work for Arthur Oskan.

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18 May 2011 // 9:00 PM

Dominik Eulberg: Diorama

Diorama is elaborate and compelling electronic music, whether or not you're familiar with the flowery context.

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Waveform: New Highlights from the Electronic Underground

Electronic music is atomizing and reinventing itself like few other musical sounds, partly because these avenues of distribution are so widely embraced and promoted by the electronic music community.

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3 Feb 2011 // 9:00 PM

Sepalcure: Fleur

In their lush and widescreen bass music, Sepalcure show a little love.

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25 Jan 2011 // 8:59 PM

Ryan Davis: Routes of Life

With subtle peaks and micro-sized builds, Ryan Davis has mastered personal techno.

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9 Nov 2010 // 5:00 AM

Botany: Feeling Today

Botany offers a glimpse of the beats that lie ahead on an experimental and nostalgic EP.

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Sybreed: The Pulse of Awakening

Swiss industrial metal group offers a middle-of-the-road release that expands their sound and has plenty of upside.

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The Green Kingdom: Twig and Twine

On its Own Records debut, the Green Kingdom doesn't need to work (very hard, at least) for your attention.

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20 Jul 2010 // 5:05 AM

Matt Shadetek: Flowers

On his first instrumental album, Shadetek aims for the dancefloor but doesn't completely leave behind the grit that's shaped his current work.

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The 20th Century Comes Alive in the 21st!

Download oodles of obscure, contemporary music...for free.

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Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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