Tag: Nitzer Ebb (page 1 of 3)
This history of Mute Records and its esteemed founder Daniel Miller is more than well documented. He began taking an interest in synthesizers for making pop music after hearing KRAFTWERK’s ‘Autobahn’.
With a vast and varied portfolio to investigate, The Electricity Club looks back at the creative career of Daniel Miller in music via eighteen of his productions and remixes, with a restriction of one track per artist moniker, presented in yearly, then alphabetical order. Continue Reading ›
Deep into his love of EBM, the Toronto based Gord Clement, known as NTTX, has made a comeback to follow up his first EP, 'Objective'.
Known to the die-hard fans of DEPECHE MODE for his infamous cover of 'New Dress', with its beefed up, stomp beats and a politically charged change of lyrics, the Canadian, formerly the singer and songwriter of ATOMZERO, ushers in some more heavy sounds on newly released 'Of Beauty & Chaos'. Continue Reading ›
Paul Rein is Sweden's pioneer of Italo disco, no less, and had been quite popular in his country, as well as writing for world renowned artists like Christina Aguilera or Jessica Simpson.
But his daughter Joanna certainly got her musical bug, when the electronica loving dad took her to see KRAFTWERK at the age of thirteen. Joanna Reinikainen never quite fitted into her peer group and discovered that the love of harsher sounds was what she's all about. Continue Reading ›
Sub Culture Records is a Norwegian label founded by Per Aksel Lundgreen, whose motto goes "what you call culture, we call crap"...
The label is no stranger to compilations, having just unveiled their latest, 'The Best TECHNOMANCER & ANGST POP Remixes' featuring a plethora of artists reworked in a Per Aksel Lundgreen approved manner. Continue Reading ›
ADULT. are Detroit duo Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller. They include Douglas J McCarthy from NITZER EBB, Michael Gira from SWANS, Shannon Funchess from LIGHT ASYLUM.
The general idea behind 'Detroit House Guests' was to invite various artists to reside in ADULT's studio for the duration of three weeks, to live, work and collaborate together in order to achieve "a total anthropological sound experiment and a full length album." Continue Reading ›