Tag: Blaine L Reininger (page 1 of 2)
With their two most recent albums ‘Heir Of The Dog’ and ‘Media Burn’, CULT WITH NO NAME have consolidated their position as “post-punk balladeers”.What CULT WITH NO NAME have never been short of is mood, but their artistic progression has included more expansive and electronic arrangements.
Erik Stein took time out to chat with The Electricity Club about their most recent works and also the conundrum of practical packaging for compact discs. Continue Reading ›
Blaine L Reininger is the noted American singer and multi-instrumentalist who crossed the Atlantic with TUXEDOMOON and eventually settled in Europe.
His latest collection ‘Commissions 2’ released by Les Disques du Crépuscule gathers soundtrack music made for theatre and dance productions staged between 2015-2019. It follows-up his previous soundtrack anthology from 2014. It's a fine collection of accessible soundtrack works. Continue Reading ›
As a cardinal of the European avant-garde and co-founder of TUXEDOMOON, Blaine L Reininger is both schooled and shrouded in mystery.
He currently lives in Greece – ground zero for the continent’s myths and a portal for all things Oriental. The influence can be seen on his new solo album 'The Blue Sleep'. Strikingly beautiful, it reveals its secrets like a Japanese puzzle box. Continue Reading ›
Coming up to the release of their eight album, what CULT WITH NO NAME have never been short of is mood. This made them the ideal curators for the soundtrack to the film ‘Blue Velvet Revisited’ which also featured TUXEDOMOON and JOHN FOXX.
The self-confessed post-punk electronic balladeers have come up with the occasional cracking introspective pop song like ‘Breathing’, but ‘Heir Of The Dog’ sees the pair deliver their most accessible long player of their career. Continue Reading ›
James Nice is a music publisher and writer whose acclaimed 2010 book ‘Shadowplayers: The Rise and Fall of Factory Records’ provided a detailed and objective account of the legendary label. He also worked for the prestigious Belgian label Les Disques du Crépuscule between 1987-91, which he has recently resurrected.
Set to open TEC004 on SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER with a DJ set of classic tunes from the Crépuscule era, James Nice kindly chatted about his various endeavours. Continue Reading ›