With “Landslides” London band Die So Fluid offers up slower tempo song. The video is fitting, just showing singer, songwriter, and the video’s director Grog Rox witching around the desert.
Musicians Valerie Gentile and Abbey Nex teamed up and released the live video Live En Sous-sol on September 23rd.
For All The Emptiness, Glass Apple Bonzai, Surgyn, Panic Lift, De/Vision, and Aesthetic Perfection perform in Toronto at the Aftermath Festival.
Toronto ON, May 24 – The third day of the Aftermath Festival continued along the same vein as the second: a lineup that alternated refreshingly between more dynamic and less dynamic…
On the second day of the Aftermath Festival, there was something for everyone: a bit of riffing, a lot of rhythm, and altogether a fun evening for those gathered.
Editor Dylan Madeley was in attendance on the first evening of the Aftermath Festival in Toronto featuring God Module, Die Sektor, Wychdoktor, Encephalon, Mordacious and Apriorism.
Ki:Theory has a new video for their cover of “Stand By Me”, and the video is quite intense.
The shoreline of Lake Ontario last Saturday night as TD Echo Beach transformed itself into one massive electronic dance party at Skrillex’s Mothership Tour with DJ Snake and DJ Henry Fong.
Zoog Von Rock of Angelspit discusses industrial, punk, DIY, and glitch in his music and style, the social issues behind his work, and the new Angelspit album The Product.
A chill psychedelic summer track with a mystical summer adventure. Our featured music video this week comes from Tycho’s latest release Awake on Ghostly International.
VNV Nation’s New York City stop on their Transnational Tour.
Editor Dylan Madeley caught the Toronto date of, founding member of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets, David J’s An Eclipse of Ships Tour and reports on the show.
Former Bauhaus frontman, Peter Murphy’s latest solo track “Hang Up” from the upcoming album LION is a blending of sounds that delivers exactly what Peter Murphy fans have been craving.
Gary Numan’s new music video “I Am Dust” is visually enticing with it’s vivid colors, reminiscent VHS glitch effects, and composite images that truly characterize the singer’s experimental persona.
This week’s featured video, MONDKOPF’s new video “Cause & Cure” is a creepy music video with beautiful visuals that matches the music perfectly.