Genre/Influences: Experimental, industrial, ambient. Background/Info: We all know Scott Fox for his involvement with iVardensphere and more recently This Morn’Omina. Last year he released this.
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‘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.
Genre/Influences: Tribal-electro, dark-electro, industrial. Background/Info: American, ‘collective’ iVardensphere has now been active for several years, remaining a very unique music entity active in the paths.
Genre/Influences: Industrial, tribal, trance. Background/Info: Canadian iVardensphere is one of those ‘phenomenon’ active at the underground scene. The band became a kind of collective featuring.
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.
Genre/Influences: Tribal, industrial. Background/Info: Behind Servitor is hiding Sean Malley, who is a percussionist, previously involved in iVardensphere. He’s already active as solo-artist for a.
Genre/Influences: Industrial-dance, techno-body music, industrial-techno. Background/Info: Lawrie Bayldon (Studio-X, Cryogenic Echelon), Ayax (Ascension Ex, Cryogenic Echelon) and Gerry Hawkins are back on track unleashing the.