Posts Tagged: Errorgrid

Johno Wells ~ Gotham Child / Francis Theberge ~ The Burial Of William B.

Some folks correlate colours with numbers. Others can taste certain words. In the world of music, a few artists comparably create their work in a kind of chromesthesia. Their music is not only a sequence of sounds, but an attempt

Johno Wells ~ Gotham Child / Francis Theberge ~ The Burial Of William B.

Some folks correlate colours with numbers. Others can taste certain words. In the world of music, a few artists comparably create their work in a kind of chromesthesia. Their music is not only a sequence of sounds, but an attempt

Errorgrid ~ Gridworks 1: Tension/Release

L.A.’s Errorgrid label has been on a tear this year, already releasing two albums, a remix EP and now a label compilation.  The instrumental side of industrial / IDM has been underserved in recent years, shoved aside by its more obvious cousin

Errorgrid ~ Gridworks 1: Tension/Release

L.A.’s Errorgrid label has been on a tear this year, already releasing two albums, a remix EP and now a label compilation.  The instrumental side of industrial / IDM has been underserved in recent years, shoved aside by its more obvious cousin

Somatic Responses ~ The Dogma of Function

What should an industrial music label do when good news lands ~ for example, the recent election of an empathetic president or the announcement of two new vaccines?  The answer: wait it out.  There’s still enough apocalyptic news to go

Somatic Responses ~ The Dogma of Function

What should an industrial music label do when good news lands ~ for example, the recent election of an empathetic president or the announcement of two new vaccines?  The answer: wait it out.  There’s still enough apocalyptic news to go

Errorgrid: A Darker Sound of a Present Future

LA’s industrial-minded Errorgrid label launched in May, smack in the middle of the pandemic and an economic meltdown.  In one sense, this was horrible timing, but in another, it’s just perfect.  Billed as “a darker sound of a present future,” the label’s

Errorgrid: A Darker Sound of a Present Future

LA’s industrial-minded Errorgrid label launched in May, smack in the middle of the pandemic and an economic meltdown.  In one sense, this was horrible timing, but in another, it’s just perfect.  Billed as “a darker sound of a present future,” the label’s