We Have A Commentary: Pop Will Eat Itself, “This Is the Day…This Is the Hour…This Is This!”
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14h ago
Teased off and on for several years, it’s our commentary podcast on a singular record in both of the Senior Staff’s understandings of electronics, hip-hop, and industrial: Pop Will Eat Itself’s 1989 sophomore LP, This Is the Day…This Is the Hour…This Is This!. Chock a block with samples, yobbish irreverance and pop culture bricolage, it’s a riotous trip through a long-gone day-glo era of nuclear paranoia and appreciation for everyone from Public Enemy to Alan Moore. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.&nb ..read more
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We Have A Technical 496: Slayer T-Shirt on an Ardene Rack
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3d ago
Twin Tribes in the garden of earthly delights. Photo: Valeria Rodriguez – @plaguepop Hot on the heels of their new album Pendulum and some touring for it, Twin Tribes join us on this week’s episode. Luis and Joel offer their thoughts on the band’s cross-generational appeal, getting the balance of synths right, and Latino representation. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.  The post We Have A Technical 496: Slayer T-Shirt on an Ardene Rack appeared first on I Die: You Die ..read more
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We Have A Technical 495: Teddy Riley?
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1w ago
On this week’s podcast we’re using the occasion of Meat Beat Manifesto and Merzbow’s new collaborative record as an opportunity to talk about each project as well as that new record. Both Jack Dangers and Masami Akita’s respective paths and discographies have brought them into proximity with industrial music, but both reach far beyond it, and we’re interested in taking a broader view of each (hopefully with an awareness of the limits of our expertise). As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.  The post ..read more
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We Have A Technical 494: Internal Life of a Skeleton
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2w ago
Skeletal Family This week’s two albums-formatted episode of the podcast takes up Psyche’s 2001 return to dark dancefloors with the futurepop-flavoured The Hiding Place and Skeletal Family’s stone classic 1985 statement of how tightly dialed in but also expressive and creative early goth could be, Futile Combat. We’re also talking about upcoming shows from Lords Of Acid and Images In Vogue. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.  The post We Have A Technical 494: Internal Life of a Skeleton appeared f ..read more
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We Have A Technical 493: Ford Topos
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3w ago
Lustmord thieving the fire of the gods at Maschinenfest. Cosmic, stygian, abyssal, impassive, call dark ambient what you will, just don’t call it late for dinner. On this week’s episode we’re discussing how this unique and often deliberately occluded genre emerged out of industrial and has taken on a life of its own. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.  The post We Have A Technical 493: Ford Topos appeared first on I Die: You Die ..read more
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We Have A Commentary: Chris And Cosey, “Heartbeat”
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1M ago
Coming hot on the heels of the dissolution of Throbbing Gristle, Chris And Cosey’s debut LP Heartbeat doesn’t just function as a bridge between their work as experimental enfants terrible and the dreamier, trance-like synthesis their work as a duo would explore, but also between major eras in experimental music. In this month’s commentary podcast we’re examining how the record links the origins of industrial noise to the emerging eras of synthpop and post-industrial music. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down be ..read more
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We Have A Technical 492: Moose-N-Effect
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Milan’s too sexy for his hat. Laibach live in 2019. Photo by Valter Leben We’re looking back at specific live performances which left an impression on us in this episode of the podcast. Whether it’s the humanization of icons, extremities of sound or circumstance, or performances which changed the way we think about a particular style or music in general, it’s a very rhapsodic (but hopefully not too nostalgic) Pick Five episode this week. We’re also talking a bit about the tragic passings which hit Los Angeles and the broader dark music world last week. As always, you can rate and subscribe o ..read more
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We Have A Technical 491: A Doctorow Joint
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1M ago
One goth rock record and one EBM record: not sure there’s a more down the pipe format for an episode of We Have A Technical than that! Sunshine Blind’s debut and Spark!’s most recent LP prompt discussion of production, vocal range, and all of the usual hair splitting Bruce and Alex are wont to get into. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, download directly, or listen through the widget down below.  The post We Have A Technical 491: A Doctorow Joint appeared first on I Die: You Die ..read more
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We Have A Technical 489: Okada Danielson
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1M ago
High-Functioning Flesh: Fresh Young Mutants in 2014. We’re casting an eye not to the year ahead, but to the year that was a full decade ago here at I Die: You Die. We’re talking about the records which earned top marks from us in 2014, festivals, larger musical trends, and our approaches to our coverage at that time, and considering what has and hasn’t changed in the intervening years. We’re also discussing the tragic passing of Jaimz Asmundson of Ghost Twin. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or download directly or listen through the widget down below.  ..read more
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We Have A Commentary: GZA, “Liquid Swords”
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2M ago
For the second time, we’re using our December We Have A Commentary as the opportunity to talk about a record we love but which has nothing to do with the genres we normally discuss. Our Patreon backers voted to have us discuss a Wu-Tang Clan record, and so we’re talking about an unparalleled achievement in lyricism and flow, as well as one of the RZA’s most musically evocative productions, the all-time classic that is GZA’s Liquid Swords. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, download directly or listen through the widget down below.  The post We Have A Commentary: GZA, “Liqu ..read more
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