Marie Davidson Is Sick of This Capitalist Hell
The Quebecoise producer has said goodbye to the dancefloor. With 'Working Class Woman', her first record for Ninja Tune, she looks at all the fucked up stuff that happens to you when you work yourself to the bone to make a living in music.
Joel Eel's Eclectic Techno Debut Explores Growing Up Korean-Canadian
How cultural guilt and family expectations informed the Toronto producer's new album 'Very Good Person.'
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High-Functioning Flesh's New Single Finds Bliss in End Times
Hear "Talk About" from the Los Angeles synth duo's upcoming album 'Culture Cut.'
PREMIERE: Accept Rejecter as Dark Electronic's Newest Warlock with "Freak"
The L.A. solo project swells together the weirdest elements of industrial, electronic, and noise.
Youth Code Becomes a Machine of Harmony and Hate on Their New Album 'Commitment to Complications'
Stream the first song from the record, "Transitions," and read our interview with the band.
Optimo's JD Twitch Reflects on the Nihilism and Hedonism of His New Industrial Compilation
“You could get these records very easily back then mainly because no one wanted to buy them!”
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.
PREMIERE: Pop 1280 Detonate an Industrial Warzone with "Chromidia"
How Skinny Puppy's 'Too Dark Park' Made Me Confront Sickness and Discomfort in Electronic Music
Even today, Canadian band Skinny Puppy's 1990 album continues to unsettle.
Youth Code's "Anagnorisis" Carries More Bite Than You Are Ready For
Industrial music tuned to destroy.
We Found Some Goths in the Amazon
They traipse around Manaus in heavy black bodices and chunky black boots attracting the sun like a moody solar panel.
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Boy Harsher: Making A "Moving Choker-Collar Muscle Mash" One Room at a Time
A southern couples moves north and makes infectiously dance-y industrial jams.