In the third in a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview U.K. artist Geoff Lee, better known as Modulate.
Kinetik Festival 4.0 interview: iVardensphere
In the second in a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview Scott Fox, the mastermind of Canadian ethno-industrial powerhouse iVardensphere.
Kinetik Festival 4.0: mind.in.a.box
In the first in a series of interviews with artists that performed at Kinetik Festival 4.0 in Montreal, we interview the members of German band mind.in.a.box
Montreal Nintendo Orkestar: an interview with Albérick and Stephen S.Cibo
“Formed in Spring of 2008 at a Wolf Eyes concert in Montreal, The Montreal Nintendo Orkestar are a new force of un-nature on the Montreal music scene. Comprised of French [ … ]
Chrysalide & others: an interview with Arco and Syco Trauma
2010 was a busy and interesting year for French cyberpunk band Chrysalide and, with a new album “Don’t Be Scared, It’s About Life” coming out soon (and a tour to go with that) Syco, Arco and Amnesy won’t be slowing down anytime soon. We got the chance to talk to Syco and Arco about their music projects, Audiotrauma, life on tour, politics and just how people react to their Pink Floyd cover…
Torrent Vaccine: an interview with Brad Vaccine
Torrent Vaccine is an electronic solo operation out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, brought to life by Brad Vaccine after moving there in 1998. Growing up in rural Louisiana, Brad was continuously searching for ways to pass the time – this eventually led to an interest in music and writing his own was a natural progression. Without committing to a defined style, Torrent Vaccine has left room to expand into different scenes while still maintaining the idea of ‘industrial’ music and his individualism.
Lovethechaos: an interview with Mario G. Ferrer
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Raubbau: An interview with Holger P.
The Berlin based Raubbau label has been on the earth for just four years now and already they have released (amongst others) much appreciated releases by Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio, the [ … ]
else.product: an interview with Justin Headrick
else.product exists for strange, unusual and dark music that doesn’t adhere to any musical boundaries. Music that is compelling and might otherwise be lost.
Diverje: an interview with Tommy T. Rapisardi
Combining elektro-industrial, aggressive coldwave, melodic EBM and splatterings of power noise with experimental and drum-n-bass, Diverje is a band built for the future – unpredictable-sounding and off-centered from the more “popular, and watered down electronica” that we mostly hear as the mainstream ‘representative’ for electronic music in America.