After working together on “You are Safe Here” (taken from “Burial 10”, released in February 2020) ESA once again comes together with Caitlin Stokes from.
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UK-Rhythmic Industrial artist ESA (Electronic Substance Abuse) announces the release of his ninth studio album “Burial 10”. The album is the follow-up to 2018’s “That.
‘Click Interview’ with E.S.A.: ‘I Love To Pick Up Instruments And Use Them As An Extension To Myself’
Set up by Jamie Blacker in 2002 Electronic Substance Abuse (ESA) rapidly became a noticeable project dealing with multiple influences such as rhythmic-noise, industrial and.
Genre/Influences: Rhythmic-noise, industrial-trance. Background/Info: Jamie Blacker (still involved with iVardensphere) strikes back with his solo-project Electronic Substance Abuse (ESA). Set up in 2002 this harsh.
On 20 July 2018 ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst welcomed the legendary electronic band Kraftwerk and 7500 visitors to the Jazz Open Festival on Stuttgart’s Schlossplatz.
Genre/Influences: Dark-electro, industrial-metal, crossover. Background/Info: Plague Called Humanity is a band from the Czech Republic which after a few line-up changes released this debut EP.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, tribal, industrial-trance. Background/Info: Jamie Blacker aka ESA (Electronic Substance Abuse) is now active for 15 years and has released many noticeable works on.
Backcatalogue Tympanik Audio label available again – in limited quantities and at rock bottom price – here’s the link
Loyal Side-Line readers will remember that we always have had a soft spot for the now defunct idm, electro label Tympanik Audio which launched in.
‘Click Interview’ with Paul Nielsen/Tympanik Audio: ‘Digital Music Is Here To Stay And Label Owners Just Need To Accept That And Meet The Demand’
Set up in 2007 by Paul Nielsen, the Chicago-based label Tympanik Audio rapidly became one of the most visionary underground labels dealing with electronic- and.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, industrial-trance, rhythmic electro-industrial. Content: It seems that Jamie Blacker considered this new album as the most accomplished work to date. The least I.