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NEWS Exactly 31 years ago Nitzer Ebb released ‘Control I’m Here’

Exactly 31 years ago Nitzer Ebb released ‘Control I’m Here’

24th of October 2020, 07:00

On this day, exactly XXXYEARS years ago, Nitzer Ebb released ‘Control I’m Here’ (MUTE71). It was the first single taken from their second and upcoming studio album ‘Belief’ (STUMM 61- release date: 09.01.1989).

It reached position 100 in the UK Single Chart and position 14 the US Dance chart.

Control I’m Here (CD) - Tracklist

Control Im Here (Zero Option Mix)
Control Im Here (Instrumental Club Mix)
K.I.A.
Control Im Here (Hardcore Mix)


Control i'm Here - Lyrics

we close our eyes
close them in your dreams
close them in your home
i'm here to stay
i won't go away

you don't need me i'll slip away
you can there me i'm not to say

you'll hopin that i'll buy you
i'll slip into your open mouth
shut the door

control i'm here

Songwriters: McCarthy / Halford

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NEWS 40 years of Subhuman and Adrenalin by Throbbing Gristle!

40 years of Subhuman and Adrenalin by Throbbing Gristle!

23rd of October 2020, 18:55

Something

On this day, 0 ago (23 October 1980), UK industrial music pioneers Throbbing Gristle released simultaneously two 7” singles, Adrenalin/Distant Dreams (Part Two) and Subhuman/Something Came Over Me. They were both Sold in camouflage printed plastic bags.

Adrenalin’ and‘ Distant Dreams' might well be some of Throbbing Gristle's more accessible songs but still features weird tape loops and odd lyrics by Genesis P. Orridge’. So in the musical context of 1980, these songs was still a long way off from mainstream music.

Worth noting, the 7" version of "Distant Dreams (pt. II)" has a different mix comparing it to the one made available as bonus on later Grey Area CD editions of "Mission Of Dead Souls”.

Something

The Subhuman/Something Came Over Me single was everything but accessible for the mainstream music lovers with Subhuman being more of a soundscape of scraping metalics while Genesis screams and shouts his lyrics over them. However ‘Something Came Over Me’ definitely has the most pop/rock song elements and melodies, however they are countered by Genesis P. Orridge undisguised ode to a white sticky substance.

The artwork features the painting Apotheosis of War by Vasili Vasilyevich Vereshchagin on the front cover and a canal bridge underpass.

Both singles entered the UK indie charts peaking at 23rd (Subhuman/Something Came Over Me) and 26th (Adrenalin/Distant Dreams) (Part Two)) position.

Something


Subhuman/Something Came Over Me ( 7" IR 13)

A:Subhuman" – 2:53
B: Something Came Over Me" – 3:43


Adrenalin/Distant Dreams (Part Two) (7" - IR 15)

A: Adrenalin" – 3:59
B: Distant Dreams (Part Two)" – 5:30


NEWS Angels & Agony launched a new official lyric video of 'Forever'!

Angels & Agony launched a new official lyric video of 'Forever'!

21st of October 2020, 17:15

In 2020 Angels & Agony exists for 25 years and to celebrate this special anniversary the band had scheduled several shows at places they have been playing earlier during the career of the band.

"Due to Covid-19, we did not get the chance to do this so we want to give you a little present: a friend of ours made a special lyric video clip of "Forever" with exclusive Angels & Agony photos from the past. We hope you'll enjoy it! Love & Light..."

- Reinier & Marco -


Please watch and like the Angels & Agony video "Forever" below!

Angels & Agony is an electropop band from Holland formed in 1995 and released four full-length albums via Out Of Line Music.

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NEWS The Ignition Of Irish Punk | 43 years ago, Radiators From Space released their debut album 'TV Tube Heart'

The Ignition Of Irish Punk | 43 years ago, Radiators From Space released their debut album 'TV Tube Heart'

21st of October 2020, 07:00

The ripple felt around the globe in 1977 from New York to London, The Ramones to The Sex Pistols, the aggression and angers built in the youth culture could not be contained any longer and the last remnants of the hippy dream was extinguished with a flamethrower of angst.

The Radiators From Space landed at the right time and the right city, cut with a blade of stinging guitar into the right audience. They released their debut album 'TV Tube Heart' on 21 October 1977.

They had inspiration, the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland, the lack of jobs in the cities, the depressive atmosphere was finally given a voice, an album, suddenly an anthem grew from the littered streets. The album, 'TV Tube Heart' is an unequivocal masterpiece, make no mistake, and they did on this recording, the perfection lies in the imperfect delivery.

Not well honed or soaked with perfection, but then again neither is life. This is what the album mirrored in a time capsule of angst, Dublin- in -1977 and the atmospheric, downtrodden mood of the inner city.

The album opens with the distorted screech of feedback but nobody cared about the delivery as they got caught up in the speeding juggernaut of free speech.

Up until this point we were subject mainly to the lush sounds of progressive rock, organ and keyboard driven music with complex structure and melodies, when this album arrived it dragged away that format from the streets of the capital and replaced it with simplicity, of two guitars, one set of drums, one singer and one bass player, the only organ to be had been held back behind a ripped, dirty pair of jeans.

This was music so basic it could easily be repeated when young kids picked up instruments and so its influence spanned across a generation of musicians, not to put together a punk band but to play an instrument and in turn finding another type of escapism. This was the cause and reaction in its most direct form held together with the glue of; Philip Chevron, Pete Holidai, Steve Rapid, Jimmy Crashe and Mark Megaray.

The signing to the UK Label Chiswick in 1977 was a turning point and meant distribution outside of the island, within the island however the debut single 'Television Screen' became the first and one of the few true punk releases to break the Irish top twenty, proving their arrival was well-received, not just by critics but the actual buying public, heightened by their support of fellow Irish man Phil Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy on their Bad Reputation tour across the UK.

Then there is the follow-up, sometimes they do not match the intensity of the debut album, they lack at times the hunger, in this case however it is the opposite. With the departure of forming member Steve Rapid, which only led to a shortening of the name to simply the Radiators and under the watchful eye of Bowie supremo Tony Visconti the now four piece reconvened to record the staggeringly brilliant 'Ghostown'.

A concept album of sorts, drenched with heavy theme of society, force-fed paranoia and the isolation felt through the working classes; 'Who Are The Strangers', ‘Walking Home Alone Again', every note licked the grime from the streets of Dublin in the 1970s and was immediately hailed as one of the most important releases of the era. An importance not translating In sales and the band dissolved shortly afterwards after a relocation to London in an attempt to heighten the public attitude towards the band.

The following is a brief Question and Answer session we had in 2019 with Pete Holidai, guitarist with The Radiators From Space and The Trouble Pilgrims.

What drove you as a person to the punk style of music? Was there a particular event you witnessed, a band or even a particular song?

PH;”My first real Interest in music was the Glam-Rock era of the early seventies T. Rex, Bowie, Roxy Music in particular-guitar music that was full of energy was always a style I was drawn to although like most 'Punks' we like the occasional tearjerker”.

Do you feel that The Radiators debut album ‘TV Tube Heart’ is more so a result of the environment than any outside musical influences?

“It was recognized by the UK press as an Irish version of Punk where our anger was focused at our reality...the church, the politician, the guard and the other so called pillars of society..we needed to be free from their shackles of emotional oppression”.

What do you think is the high-point in the career of The Radiators?

”All of it. The very fact we created and lead the scene in Ireland before leaving these shores to seek our fortune just like those before us..’TVTH’, ‘Ghostown, ‘Trouble Pilgrim’ and ‘Sound City Beat’ is our legacy”.

Looking back do you feel The Radiators achieved what they set out to do?

”Yes we did, we helped kick this God-forsaken island into the 21st century”.

Why do you think that a band who brought out an album of such a high quality as ‘Ghostown’ did not make it bigger?

”The reality is you need major financial backing to reach the bigger audience via marketing etc...however we were released in all the major territories via licensing deals”.

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NEWS Electronic/Alternative Artist CARVR Unleashes Debut Single & Visualizer, 'Erase Me'

Electronic/Alternative Artist CARVR Unleashes Debut Single & Visualizer, 'Erase Me'

17th of October 2020, 17:16

Cristian Carver (BELLA MORTE, PANIC LIFT, MAN1K1N) officially unleashes his debut single and accompanying visualizer for the song, "Erase Me." The single and visualizer premiered on ReGen Magazine.

"Erase Me" features the ethereal and jolting vocals of Goo Munday from Sydney, Australia (Negative Gain Productions.) and was released on all streaming platforms independently on October 10th, 2020.

“The song was inspired by the act of how partners come to terms with the end of relationships, acting like their counterpart was never even there to begin with and masking their grief with happiness publicly.” - Cristian Carver

www.facebook.com/CARV.R.Official

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