There is something intrinsically honest about music that arrives with an earthy, guttural sense. Music in its most raw form is able to awaken such emotions, because that primal, primitive feeling is essentially drawn from the producer’s own experiences and point of view. Margaret Chardier, with her Pharmakon project, has
A Dutch TV report on Gabber (or Gabba), a sub-genre of hardcore techno music that transformed the clubs of Amsterdam and Rotterdam during the 1990s. Look at those moves…Words taken from Nowness Listen to our GABBA // BREAKCORE Mixtape by PETBRICK Here!
The sonic revolution will not be televised, but it has been created by PETBRICK in the form of this incendiary Gabba // Breakcore Mixtape! This insanely talented duo have blessed CVLT Nation with 42 minute audio black hole of RADNESS! Peep the tracklist to see and hear how PETBRICK has
There are very few artists whose music can reach into my chest like an 80s movie shaman and pull my beating, bleeding heart out of it. I have yet to witness LINGUA IGNOTA live, but just watching this full set has me in tears; my whole body in chills; my
Before we delve into this madness with our ears, let’s try to unpack the concept behind this project as it may help better understand its horrific nature… Says Wikipedia: “In forensic psychiatry, the term ‘pseudocommando’ has been used to describe mass murderers who commit premeditated murder-suicide mass killings driven by
Grendel have recently played a packed headlining show at the Catch One club in Los Angeles. One of the best things about this music is that it can be enjoyed from so many different perspectives. First a little bit of history, Grendel is an industrial electronic project, also often categorized