It’s somehow already time for episode 3 of this here MiniCast, available exclusively on Aggro Driver ’81 On Demand. This week’s featured band is Seeming, the New York based act that is running rampage on the underground (Madness & Extinction review on idieyoudie.com). Featured on the MiniCast is “My Body is Always Screaming”, a song […]
Unappreciated Scholars MiniCast Episode 2: Victor Love (Dope Stars, Inc.) is taking the business out of music.
Episode 2 is live on Aggro Driver ’81! Victor Love, of Dope Stars, Inc. fame, is pissed off. Social media and the music business have radically changed how information is disseminated, and he’s had enough of the BS. This week’s MiniCast is fully dedicated to Victor Love’s project titled The Network. Check out the project […]
Industrial music is challenging – often completely lacking in actual music instruments, it’s a heavy handed genre that’s way out on the fringe,only occasionally dabbling in the mainstream. It is famous for relying heavily on sampled sounds and voices arranged together to form songs. Anything that can be recorded can be sampled and processed into […]
In conjunction with Aggro Driver ’81, we have officially launched the Unappreciated Scholars MiniCast and Metal Monday with Kevin Dillon. In order to hear these shows, you’ll need the official Aggro Driver’ 81 app, available for smartphones and tablets. The show, which is no more than 10 minutes long, will feature a quick talk section […]
You’ll be forgiven if your immediate thought on hearing Waves’ first track is that you’ve found an undiscovered Sisters of Mercy album. Though Montreal band Scene Noir bills itself as dream pop, the goth tones are evident, and lead vocalist Andrew Velvet’s near-bass-range voice against the dreamy background recalls Andrew Eldritch at his “ashes and […]
Mindless Self Indulgence find ‘lost’ album, to be released September 18 Earlier this month, Mindless Self Indulgence announced the upcoming release of PINK, an album of songs recorded throughout the 90s that were never actually released. Included in the set are covers of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus” (thank God for another one of those – […]
House stalwart Felix da Housecat is returning with a new album, Narrative of Thee Blast Illusion, to be released on July 10, 2015. The album is, overall, smoother than other recent Felix da Housecat releases. It stays in a safe zone in most spots, but there are some experimental aspects to the record that keep […]