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- March 18, 2013 | Tracks | Comments (0)
- February 15, 2013 | In Conversation | Comments (0)
We talk through the second record from Norway’s Kant Kino, which yields the addition of electro-pop and zany humour, but there’s still plenty of the band’s classic EBM/electro-industrial mode under the hood.
- February 12, 2013 | Tracks | Comments (0)
We’re back from the long weekend with new stuff from Blush Response, Welle: Erdball, OMD, Interdictor, Ayria, and Kant Kino!
- November 19, 2012 | Tracks | Comments (3)
Rainy Vancouver Mondays are always brightened by new music from Mushy, Dead Musician, Corvx de Timor and remixes of Sleepwalk and Tash Willmore.
- May 11, 2012 | End to End | Comments (1)
Kant Kino return with a fun rave-up of a single which takes a more stripped-down, old-school approach to EBM than we’re accustomed to from the Norwegian duo.
- November 24, 2011 | Interviews | Comments (0)
Norwegian dark electro/EBM act Kant Kino take a break from working on their sophomore record to talk about their heavy remix schedule, collaborating with Claus Larsen, and Chernobyl.
- October 10, 2011 | Tracks | Comments (0)
Celebratin’ Canadian Thanksgiving and bangin’ out to new tunes and remixes from Javelynn, GHXST, Kant Kino, Caustic and The Present Moment.
- July 13, 2011 | Album Reviews | Comments (0)
ID:UD takes a look at Side-Line’s sprawling 55 track free-for-download compilation.
- June 30, 2011 | Album Reviews | Comments (1)
Promising debut from dark electro act which polishes and refines a familiar template.
- June 30, 2011 | News | Comments (3)
Carrying on from what Alex wrote, one of the few commonalities that seems to tie Our Thing together is that whatever it is, its most hardened devotees agree: it sucks now. Perhaps that’s not so surprising, just about every subculture likes to hearken back to some Golden Age when “things were real”, but the multiplicity of sounds and histories which fall under the rubric of “dark alternative” stuff gives…
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