HEALTH Explains the Rise of LA’s “Berlin-Style” Party Scene
After a six-year absence, LA's noisiest quartet return to reflect on why change is necessary, and what it has wrought on America's underground.
Kiss of The Whip: A Beginner’s Guide to Prurient
Dominick Fernow's discography can be daunting, so we present a guide, a megamix and his new LP "Frozen Niagara Falls" for the uninitiated.
Cut Hands Has the Solution: An interview with William Bennett
The founder of controversial noise and industrial pioneers Whitehouse now operates as the African rhythm and vaudoo-inspired Cut Hands, and is making some of th ...
Editor’s Choice: May 18, 2013
Want to know what's been going into the collective ears of EBHQ? Read our regular hack to the best music the internet has spat out over the past seven days.
“No bullshit techno”: an interview with White Material Records’ DJ Richard
You probably remember DJ Richard from a recent Mix of the Day on Electronic Beats, now we caught up with one half of White Material Records to discuss the label ...
Extreme Meditations: Daniel Jones recommends Theologian’s The Further I Get From Your Star, The Less Light I Feel ...
For those who find The Haxan Cloak to be easy-listening (or just love enveloping, harsh sonics) Theologian will be your new prophet of audio.
A quick technical chat with Pete Swanson
Michael Aniser meets the former Yellow Swan and American noise bro turned 'techno' provocateur for the inside look at transitional states and the gear that make ...
(De)construction Time Again: Mika Vainio at Cafe Oto and Pete Swanson at Birthdays reviewed
Two gigs, two days apart—a whole lot of techno-influenced noise. Luke Turner heads to Dalston to review two of the most talked about gigs in London last week: ...
Post-subcultural Noise: Tomas Hemstad recommends Cut Hands’ Black Mamba
From music so extreme as to be almost unbearable for the average listener to a live show at Berlin's most famous dance club, explore the roots, politics and evo ...
10 x 4 – Antoni Maiovvi
Antoni Maiovvi. An Italian avenger from the mists of time or a bloke from Bristol who makes noise music, slavishly detailed Italo homages or ghetto-flavoured wi ...
Throbbing Gristle to complete Nico cover
Avant noise provocateurs Throbbing Gristle are finally getting around to completing their long-gestating interpretation of Nico’s classic album Desertshor ...