Posted by admin on Apr 10, 2013 under Uncategorized
One band that has certainly made waves in underground music circles is Kirlian Camera. If you donâ€™t already know, Kirlian Camera is one of the most influential bands in the dark wave genre. Dark wave is in essence a much darker and more evil version of new wave and similar post-punk music genres.
Kirlian Camera was and still is an innovating band in this genre. Originating from their home country of Italy, Kirlian Camera first made waves in the synth-pop scene all the way back in 1980. Read more…
Posted by admin on Nov 20, 2012 under Uncategorized
If you get your television through any of the myriad satellite tv providers, you might have seen a listing for music channels. They don’t really have flashy names – in fact, most of the names of the channels are just named after the genres they feature. You might have even come across a channel called “industrial.”
What comes to mind when you think of the industrial music genre?
Power tools? Metallic sounds?
While perhaps not being quite as literal as the genre would suggest, industrial is no less stark and imposing. The idea behind industrial is to use technology to create a very real sound that both tears apart any preconceived notions about society and crafts a truly stark and uncompromising perception.
It is music created for a new generation by a new generation and the name behind it is less about building bridges and more about building a revolution. A revolution of thought, a revolution against convention and a revolution to free music – one of the most sincerest forms of self-expression – from the rigors of commercialization and strong-arm marketing.
The industrial music genre, for lack of a better description, is real. It’s visceral and it’s passionate about the human experience – an experience we all share whether we are willing to admit it or not.