Monday, 27 February 2017

Industrial Music Monday - Dedekind Cut

Well, it's Monday, and you know what that means... Industrial!! This week we have a project out of New York, US. The music is in the vein of Industrial/Ambient/New Age type stuff. The project is the sole creation of: Fred Welton Warmley iii. The project is called: Dedekind Cut! Check it out!!!






facebook.com/thededekindcut

leebannon.bandcamp.com

twitter.com/LeeBannon

Monday, 20 February 2017

Industrial Music Monday - Cutoff:Sky

Well, it's that day, and you know what that means... Industrial!! This week we have a project out of Russia. The music is in the vein of industrial/techno. The project is the sole creation of Oleg Xaler. It is called: Cutoff:Sky! Check it out!!






cutoffskyofficial.bandcamp.com

soundcloud.com/cutoff-sky

Cutoff:Sky Facebook

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Psychotica: Self-Titled (1996)



Thought, I would do something a little different! Figured I would feature a band this week that I almost forgot about until very recently. They get credited with being a seminal influence on industrial/goth (I also found that they were quite glam as well) and I thought I would feature them cause it has been really interesting listening to them again, and finding I still like their sound! I ran across this band, when I was in my late teens (18 or so). I think I found out about them through some kind of magazine, they were sometimes compared to Marilyn Manson, not so much as scale and audience, but as far as shocking performances go... After, I read the article in the magazine and saw pictures of the lead singer, I was extremely curious to find out what they sound like! So, I bought their CD and listened through it, I immediately took a very strong liking to the song: Ice Planet Hell! Loved the drumming! Here's the blurb about them from discogs.com:




"Psychotica, formed in 1994 by Paul "ENA" Kostabi and NYC Club Owner Pat Briggs, were a seminal influence in Industrial Goth, releasing 3 albums to mixed reviews and varied success. Lead singer Pat Briggs, with outrageous costumes and antics, paved the way for the mainstream acceptance of androgynous musicians in bands like Orgy and Placebo. Psychotica's fame reached its pinnacle of popularity in 1996, as a result of being on the bill at Lollapalooza with Soundgarden, Ramones, Screaming Trees and Metallica. Shortly after the tour was finished Briggs moved to Los Angeles, he and Kostabi went in very different directions and eventually Psychotica was no more.


In the fall of 2008 Pat Briggs and Ena Kostabi, along with Enrique Tiru Velez, reunited and began working on the fourth Psychotica album."







Here's some videos of a couple of their songs (If you like them I would suggest purchasing their music!):




Ice Planet Hell



Starfucker Love


The Awakening


I don't know... what do you think? Do you think they were seminal industrial goth band..? Did they fly past your radar..? Comment Below!

Monday, 13 February 2017

Industrial Music Monday - Tragic Impulse

Well, it's Monday, and you know what that means... Industrial!! This week we have a project out of Pittsburgh, PA, U.S. The project is the sole creation of: Paul M. Graham. The music is in the vein of Industrial-dance/aggrotech. The project is called: Tragic Impulse! Check it out!!






tragicimpulse.bandcamp.com

tragicimpulse.com

soundcloud.com/tragicimpulse

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Industrial Music Monday - Lowgrade Signal

Well, it's that day, and you know what that means... Industrial!!! This week we have a project out of Seattle, WA. The music is in the vein of electronic/ambient/industrial. They are called: Lowgrade Signal! Check them out!!!






lowgradesignal.bandcamp.com

facebook.com/LowgradeSignal