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Kush Arora and his dark and noisy post-dub/industrial project ONLY NOW are no mystery to these pages. And there’s a good goddamned reason for that – because this project by the San Francisco-based producer/musician is redefining the DNA of post-industrial and dark, apocalyptic, and atmospheric electronic music, and we’re huge supporters of

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Pact Infernal. This mysterious dark entity has been slithering through the experimental side of electronic music, projecting its dim vision with a well of inspiration. The act retains a degree of anonymity, but they were willing to allow a few questions regarding their existence and their journey through the Circles

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Alain Paul and Tommy Four Seven are two extremely talented musicians and producers, and together they make the duo known as These Hidden Hands. They released their excellent, sophomore record in August 2016, following an impressive debut album. In this interview Alain and Tommy discuss how they started out, what

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Chris Jarman has had one hell of a ride in the experimental electronic scene. Starting off as a session musician, participating in numerous records through the years, he entered the drum and bass scene first with Raiden and soon enough with Kamikaze Space Programme. In this interview, we discuss with

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It has been over two decades since Orphx’s inception, and they have methodically kept at it. The experimental electronic duo started off in the early ’90s releasing cassette albums, and came into prominent fame with the rise of the rhythmic noise scene in Europe. Their existence has been an ongoing

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THIEF is the brainchild of live Botanist hammered dulcimer player D. Neal. Not unlike that band, he also affects a curious construction of sound to create a work that is dark, mysterious and deliciously otherworldly. The live line up includes another Botanist player, R. Chiang, and Chris Hackman, but on

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