Back to the usual routine of weekly Friday posts, containing new music or events to consider. This is the usual amodelofcontrol.com round-up, of new music coming your way this week and soon, as well as a look at the events and gigs in the future, and finally nods to any other notable news that affects artists and music that I cover here.
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/Welcome to the Future/094/Infest Preview
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/transmission – the amodelofcontrol.com podcast – has returned, continuing the run through of the a-z of industrial, with all episodes thus far are here. The latest episode is /transmission/016, the first part of the letter L. /transmission/017 will follow soon.
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/This Week/New Releases
One release that came out the day after last week’s post – a new album from GoFight, and on Anthem, they cover a number of songs that have resonance to them. It’s an intriguing set of songs, too.
Onto today, and there are four albums that are very much worth your time. Exceptional London band deux furieuses return with the furious My War Is Your War, and Swedish hardcore legends Refused reaffirm their political rage on War Music – and it’s well worth reading this interview with Dennis Lyxzén about the current thoughts of the band and where they stand politically.
Then, BATTLES (now down to a duo) release their fourth album of human-machine-electronic-rock-experimentation on the curiously-titled Juice B Crypts, and one of the most intriguing hip-hop acts of recent times, Clipping., have released their new album, There Existed An Addiction To Blood.
The other notable release has been a brutal new track from Machine Head. Do or Die is something of a vicious diss track, roaring back at his detractors, and frankly is the best MH track in many, many years.
/This Week/Upcoming Releases
Over on HANDS Productions, two notable upcoming noise releases that I’m sure my wife will be ecstatic to hear about: new albums from rhythm’n’noise masters Greyhound (A Storm Is Coming, 25-Oct), and The Last Days of S.E.X. (Close to Destruction and Still Beautiful, also 25-Oct).
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Look out for /Tuesday Ten/386, /Transmission/017, and /Into The Pit/209 coming soon.
/Tuesday Ten/385/I’m So Happy You Failed
Songs about hubris and arrogance
/DJ/Guest/096/GVWI Hallowe’en Party 2019
A return to DJing to assist my friends at the GVWI
/Tuesday Ten/384/Tracks of the Month/Sep 2019
The best tracks of the past month
/Into the Pit/208/Drab Majesty & SRSQ
A fascinating show in Camden from two fast-rising acts
Talk Show Host/057/KMFDM
Discussing Paradise and Thirty-Five years of conceptual continuity with Sascha K
/Tuesday Ten/383/Boys Boys Boys/Given Names/Masculine
Following on from last week, songs with masculine given names
Talk Show Host/056/The Golden Age of Nothing
I discuss recent album Ten Thousand Hours with the band
/Tuesday Ten/382/Girls Girls Girls/Given Names/Feminine
Songs with feminine given names. Masculine given names next week
/Talk Show Host/055/Witch of the Vale
I catch up with the stars of Infest 2019
We start on the letter “L” in the a-z of industrial
/Tuesday Ten/381/It’s A Family Affair
Songs about family
/Tuesday Ten/380/Tracks of the Month/Aug/2019
The best new music of the past month
/Memory of a Festival/033/Infest 2019
Full coverage of Infest 2019
/Talk Show Host/054/Numb
I talk to Don Gordon about the unexpected return of Numb