Leaether Strip – “50” Album Review

Someone is turning 50 this November.  So what better reason to celebrate such a fruitful career than by calling your album 50, right?  We wish Claus a happy 50th this November and thank him (and Kurt) through our support. I think that Claus went back and listened to his mid-late 90s discography and also some of... Continue Reading →

Interview: Seij minus aC – EBM/Industrial from Japan

As I noted in my review of the Black Acuity Suddenly Diagonal album, Seij minus aC is truly a special artist.  The musical dynamics of sole-member hAj spread from very minute in technical detail to abstraction both conceptually and formally. You can read the review here... https://noisebeneaththesnow.com/2017/08/18/seij-minus-ac-black-acuity-suddenly-diagonal-album-review-ebmindustrialjapan/ We are taking an active and aggressive effort to promote Seij... Continue Reading →

Zos Kia/Coil – “Transparent” Album Review

Not only is Transparent an important recording in the history of the band Coil.  It's also important in the history of early industrial or pre-industrial music. from Cold Spring..."Zos Kia was formed by john Gosling (of Mekon), John Balance (of Coil) and Min. - with guest peter "Sleazy" Christopherson (of Throbbing Gristle)." Transparent was originally released in... Continue Reading →

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