The overwhelming majority of people who make electro music do it for fun. They might get a few DJ slots out of it, and if.
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Irmin Schmidt announces live album release – recorded at his first UK solo piano concert, featuring two new pieces
(Photo by BrianSlater) Out 29 May on Mute is “Nocturne”, a newly recorded live album by Irmin Schmidt documenting his Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival performance.
Corona virus lockdown in Italy, an interview with Italian bands Helalyn Flowers & ImJudas plus Sebastian Koch (Audioglobe) : ‘The atmosphere in my family is VERY bad’
At of the moment of publishing, Italy is still under complete lockdown, with extra rules being implemented, and this to cope as much as possible.
‘Click Interview’ with Psy’aviah: ‘I Don’t Get Why People Are So Hung Up On The Fact A Band Has To Stick To One Genre’
Belgian Psy’Aviah is driven by the creative spirit of Yves Schelpe. The project is already busy for several years now and this year unleashed its.
Genre/Influences: Industrial-metal, industrial-rock Background/Info: Al Jourgensen is the charismatic pioneer, musical genius, innovator and iconic founder of the industrial-metal genre (the fusion of repeating metal.
Olivia Louvel back after 3 years in the studio with the album ‘SculptOr [Hepworth Resounds]’ – check out the videotrailer
Out via the Cat Werk Imprint label is the new Olivia Louvel album “SculptOr [Hepworth Resounds]”. The release has been 3 years in the making.
Today the American industrial-metal pioneers Ministry released their authorized 248 pages book ‘Ministry – Prescripture: The Visual History’ via Melodic Virtue. It is a collection.