From Throbbing Gristle to 'Art Sex Music,' Cosey Fanny Tutti Has Always Been a Fighter
We spoke to the controversial art rock icon about censorship and control (and nabbed an exclusive excerpt from her new memoir)
Aaron Dilloway's Crackling 'The Gag File' Arrives, a Decade in the Making
We talk to the experimentalist about how his new album is a vibrant and bizarre collection of noise. Stream it now.
The Black Madonna, Hudson Mohawke, and More Reflect on the Life of TR-808 Developer Ikutaro Kakehashi
Kakehashi passed away on Saturday at the age of 87.
Five Strategies for Reclaiming Your True Self, According to Genesis P-Orridge
Life lessons from the legendary industrial pioneer and visual artist.
Tim Burgess Enlists Throbbing Gristle's Cosey Fanni Tutti for Vinyl Collecting "Adventure" Book
Other special guests for the book include David Lynch, Johnny Marr, and Iggy Pop.
Michael Scott Barron
A Beginner's Guide to Throbbing Gristle
From a performance art project from Hull to wreckers of civilisation: this is the story of one of Britian's most important musical acts.
Arthur Ivan Bravo
Drift into Altered States with Alex Smoke's "Initiation" Mix
When's the last time you heard Autechre, Throbbing Gristle, and W.B. Yeats in one place?
JD Twitch's 'New So Low' Mix is a Creeping, Crawling, Late Night Masterpiece
The Optimo DJ's industrial, cold wave, and 80s synth mix drops on Vinyl Factory later this month — check out the mini mix now.
Objectively Correct Lists
Ten Killer Music Docs to Watch Out for in 2015: Kurt Cobain, The Damned, Billy Anderson, and More
New films focusing on Chicago house, UK punk, Norwegian black metal, NYC hip hop, and 90s boy bands, and more are slated for the coming year.
We Skyped with Genesis P-Orridge About Their First Retrospective
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, the white-haired wizard, grandfather of industrial music, and prolific artist who refers to themselves as “we” have their first art retrospective this summer. The show is full of self-portraits, collages, paintings, and a...
My Head Exploded and Now I Understand Noise Music
Exploding Head Syndrome doesn't have the volume of, say, a My Bloody Valentine show, which is noise you experience as vibrations traveling through the air and hitting your eardrum—this is sound as an internal, hallucinatory specter that bypasses the...
Jeremy D. Larson