ID:UD Op/Ed writer Matt Pathogen returns with a piece on some commonly held beliefs we all may be taking for granted.
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- March 14, 2013 | Commentary, Storytime With Uncle Pathogen | Comments (7)
- February 7, 2013 | Commentary, The ID:UD Dozen | Comments (3)
We present a dozen tips for bands who want to have rewarding online interactions with fans, DJs and press organs.
- January 10, 2013 | Commentary | Comments (6)
Our 2013 Wishlist features some broad trends we’d like to see and a couple albums we’re anticipating will see the light of day this calendar year.
- November 6, 2012 | Commentary | Comments (2)
ID:UD makes a second visit to the sample bank, and suggests swapping out some more old standby sources for fresher fare.
- October 18, 2012 | Commentary, The ID:UD Dozen | Comments (12)
We look at a dozen overlooked albums from the post-2000s, including gems from bands you love, and a few from artists that may have slipped under your radar.
- October 11, 2012 | Album Reviews, Commentary, In Conversation | Comments (1)
A decade after its release, we reflect on Covenant’s immaculately produced bid for crossover success, revisit its club hits, and try to frame it within the band’s overall body of work.
- September 27, 2012 | Commentary, Storytime With Uncle Pathogen | Comments (6)
Matt Pathogen on the Jamie Duffy Memorial Concert and the American industrial icon himself, lost to us too soon.
- July 12, 2012 | Commentary, Editorial, Storytime With Uncle Pathogen | Comments (14)
ID:UD’s critic at large is back, this time taking five obnoxiously common complaints about industrial music to the cleaners.
- June 29, 2012 | Commentary | Comments (5)
On the eve of ID:UD’s one-year anniversary, we cast a look backwards, reintroduce some pieces and the goals of the site, and offer some thanks to those who’ve helped us along the way.
- May 29, 2012 | Commentary | Comments (0)
After a week’s worth of reflection, we hold court on our favourite moments and bands from this year’s installment of our beloved Kinetik Festival.
- 20 Jazz Funk Greats
- A Dark Figure
- A Model of Control
- Auxiliary Magazine
- Black Audio
- Brutal Resonance
- Chain DLK
- Coma Music Magazine
- Filth Forge
- I Die: You Die on Facebook
- I Die: You Die Twitter
- Industrial Anti-Opression
- Industrial Shirts
- Intravenous Magazine
- Kinetik Festival
- Mechanical Nation
- Nove Mura Mozek
- ReGen Magazine
- Release Music Magazine
- Slicing Up Eyeballs
- Storming the Base
- Systems of Romance
- The Quietus
- Violent Playground
- Wounds of the Earth