We speak to Jairus Khan from Ad·ver·sary about his presentation from Kinetik 5.0, which openly criticized the imagery used by some of the other festival acts, and spoke to those same acts about their reactions.
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ID:UD is on Vacation, returning the week of September 19th. See y’all soon!
- July 27, 2011 | News | Comments (1)
A few tidbits from around the web, regarding Pop Will Eat Itself, Dali’s Car and Absolute Body Control
- July 21, 2011 | News | Comments (0)
A quick look at two upcoming releases from super-cool Italian label Mannequin.
- July 18, 2011 | News | Comments (0)
A hint of what’s to come from ex-And One members Chris Ruiz and Gio Van Oli.
- July 12, 2011 | News | Comments (0)
Vancouver’s cyberpunk mainstays release a trailer for their forthcoming album.
- July 7, 2011 | News | Comments (1)
In addition to Pretentious, Moi?, one of the best discoveries I’d made in recent years in the elegant and increasingly sequestered world of trad-goth was Solemn Novena. SN delivered every beloved trope of the genre and made no apologies for it. From their label bio:
“You want deep male vocals? Haunting female vocals? Pretentious lyrics about vampyres, angels, demons and sex? 12 string guitars with far too much delay?…
- July 4, 2011 | News | Comments (1)
Check out this cute remix from Nitzer Ebb and Die Krupp’s recent tour EP Join in the Rhythm of Machines. As remix/covers EPs go it’s a bit of a trifle, (the Krupps version of NE’s Industrial Complex bonus track “On the Road” has a nice grind), but Doug McCarthy’s vocal take on DK’s “To the Hilt” lends the old chestnut some flavor.
Nitzer Ebb/Die Krupps – To The Hilt…
- July 2, 2011 | News | Comments (4)
Imagine the surprise of the your pals here at ID:UD last year when Ashbury Heights impressario Anders Hagström announced via the band’s Facebook and Twitter that the group would be disbanding due to dissatisfaction with the band’s label Out of Line. After all, the band had only recently released what went on to individually be one of the best records of the year Take Cair Paramour, and…
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