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Kate Bush’s Before the Dawn

Kate Bush, 2014

Kate Bush, 2014

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Outside London’s Eventim Apollo the sign reads: “The KT Fellowship Presents: Before the Dawn: Sold Out” There is no mention of the name Kate Bush, but it fools nobody because news of her return to live performance has been so high profile and has often spilled over into hysteria. The conceit of anonymity is only part of the story. Before she had released a record, Bush played a series of gigs at various London pubs as part of the KT Bush band. The KT Fellowship sounds like a nostalgic throwback to such carefree times before she had even thought of the Tour of Life.  Read more …

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Death in June in New York City

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DIJwithSnejdrRecently my new nomadic, couch-surfing existence took me to New York City, where I saw Death in June on Saturday, May 31 at Webster Hall in the Village. (In case you were wondering, I was the white guy dressed in black.)  Read more …

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Laibach’s Spectre

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Laibach
Spectre
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There have always been doubts about just who Laibach are and what they are up to. First who are they? The band is a collective so it is never too clear where “who” ends, Read more …

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The Confession of Isobel Gowdie

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James MacMillan

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The Confession of Isobel Gowdie is an orchestral work by the Scottish composer James MacMillan. It was premiered at the 1990 BBC Proms where it drew instant and enduring acclaim.  Read more …

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Death in June in San Francisco

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It was one of those clubs where you go and you stand on your own, and you leave on your own, and you go home and you cry, and you want to die. But Death in June was playing there, and I had never seen them in concert. So I decided to temporarily interrupt my exile from California (roughing it in Jackson Hole) and descend again to the sinful cities of the plain.

I very much enjoyed seeing Death in June live. Read more …

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Black Metal:
Revolución Conservadora en la cultura popular moderna

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Traducido por S. Vera

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Desde el punto de vista del nacionalismo racial, el género musical conocido como Black Metal es uno de los fenómenos más significativos en la cultura popular moderna de las últimas dos décadas. Read more …

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Fire & Ice’s Fractured Man

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Insofar as Fire and Ice’s music can be described as “folk” it is the folk music of the ancient skalds and scops, far antecedent to the recent folk revival even if elements of tradition are latently present in that revival. Insofar as it is “gothic” music it is so in the sense described by Edred Thorsson in “The Secret of the Gothick God of Darkness” –  Read more …

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Dead Can Dance, Berkeley, August 12, 2012

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After we had dinner at Jupiter pizza, our Sikh cab driver deposited us outside the Greek Theatre in the Berkeley hills. We spread a blanket high on the lawn and looked out past the campanile on the Cal campus, watching our home town across the bay slowly submerging in a sea of fog. Read more …

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Video of the Day
Jerome Deppe, “Dead Horses”/Review of Songs of Love, Hate, & Fear

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Rammstein’s “Amerika”

Rammstein drummer Christoph Schneider plants Old Glory on the next planet over

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In 2004, the German “New Hard Rock” band Rammstein released their fourth and greatest album, Reise Reise (Arise, Arise). The second single from Reise, Reise is “Amerika,” which was released on September 13, 2004 and immediately leaped into the top 10 charts across Europe. The video of “Amerika,” directed by Jörn Heitmann, was filmed August 6–7, 2004 at a ruined cement factory near Berlin.

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