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  1. bandcamp

    100 Great Albums You Can Buy Today to Support the ACLU

    February 3, 2017  |  Editorial  |  Comments (3)

    Bandcamp is donating 100% of their profits to the ACLU today. Here’s a list of 100 of I Die: You Die’s favourite records you can buy to help out.


    Intern Tobey’s Tips for Artists

    April 1, 2016  |  Editorial  |  Comments (2)

    Intern Tobey has tips for artists, God help us.

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    Thoughts On Michael Gira And Larkin Grimm

    February 29, 2016  |  Editorial  |  Comments (11)

    A brief comment on the rape accusation currently facing Michael Gira.

  4. Animalia, courtesy of Take It For Granted.

    A View of the Center Of the Universe

    August 12, 2015  |  Editorial  |  Comments (11)

    A detailed report from Ryan Cameron-Clark on the state of Our Thing in Toronto.

  5. Two knuckleheads watching the Swans, one month before founding the site.

    On the Occasion of Our Fourth Anniversary

    June 30, 2015  |  Editorial  |  Comments (7)

    Running headlong into our fifth year, we reflect on Our Thing’s state of the union.


    I Die: You Die: Our Third Anniversary

    July 2, 2014  |  Editorial  |  Comments (4)

    A few words on our third anniversary and some thoughts on where our thing is, and where it’s going.

  7. Surgyn - Photo by Jill Grant

    After the Aftermath

    May 29, 2014  |  Editorial  |  Comments (3)

    We send off AFTERMATH with our memories of the most awesome industrial festival to ever be organized on six weeks notice, and turn our eye forward to Terminus.

  8. Kinetik

    A Statement Regarding the Cancellation of Kinetik

    April 6, 2014  |  Editorial, News  |  Comments (4)

    As of today, Kinetik has been cancelled. We’d like to clarify our understanding of and reaction to this saddening news.

  9. Hff

    Us and Them? Deconstructing the Indie vs. Industrial Hype

    August 9, 2013  |  Editorial  |  Comments (20)

    The senior staff offers a rare editorial on the seeming division between different groups and histories in contemporary industrial.

  10. I Die: You Die Year 2

    I Die: You Die Year 2

    June 27, 2013  |  Editorial  |  Comments (6)

    We pull ourselves away from the constant stream of new records we’re jamming down our ear canals to reflect on the year that’s been.