receiver. was created early in early 2002 under the name “Floppy Disk” by Jonny Darko, In early 2007, Floppy Disk suffered a major computer crash losing all music written the past five years. It was decided instead of trying to continue with all new music that a new project would be started. In 2007 receiver. was born
*Mille Plateaux is a label for experimental electronic music. Genres like Clickhop, Glitch, Clicks & Cuts etc. were largely influenced (and named) if not formed by the label.
Raumklang Music was founded in 2003 and is specialized in electronic music. Since its birth, it has released many successful albums including material by artists like Klangstabil or Patenbrigade Wolff. In 2009 a new chapter in the history of the publishing house was written and it turned its chief focus to IDM, Industrial and Electronica.
Tundra Dubs are a relatively new label, having just celebrated their first birthday, but what a year it has been for them having released some gorgeous releases to great critical acclaim. We spoke to Ben about why he started the label, why vinyl is so exciting for him, and what the next year might bring for Tundra Dubs.
Hailing from San Diego, California, ΔAIMON are becoming a duo to be reckoned with. Widely recognised as part of the growing Witch House scene, but covering the likes of Swans, and having influences like Throbbing Gristle, Coil and Foetus, amongst many others, they seem to share a close link to both noise and industrial music as well.
A manifestation of alternative electronic dance music, emerging from the bottom of the foodchain and venturing in the broad daylight to spread beliefs on intensity and drama in altered rythms, howling basses and haunting melodies.
Closing a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview Ben DeWalt, the man behind the industrial power-house known as TERRORFAKT.
In the fifth in a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview German electro act Solitary Experiments.
In the fourth in a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview veteran Belgian artist Erin Van Wonterghem of Monolith.
“The Gothsicles? I do not want a gothic popsicle!” The Gothsicles are a Chicago-based group which made its name by infusing humour in their music, with influences ranging from video game pop culture to everyday annoyances.