/Welcome to the Future/108/Events, gigs and new release round-up/06-Dec 2019

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.

/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 second part of the letter L. /transmission/018 will follow soon.

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/This Week/New Releases

A note about the releases that I feature here. This has never been intended to cover every single release in that week. It is more about highlighting notable releases, by either bands that I’ve long written about, artists that I’m intrigued by, or simply music that I like – and by extension that my readers may like.

Catching up on last week, too. Last week saw the release of the first new Misery Loves Co. album in nearly twenty years, and the good news is that Zero is excellent – a good balance between the styles that the band have shifted through previously. Other releases last week included Death Atlas from Cattle Decapitation and a new EP from Prong, the Age of Defiance EP. I also missed the excellent new Chrome Corpse album Anything That Moves, which warrants a mention here.

New releases this week include The Dead Light, the latest album from British Black Metallers Fen, and New York industrial/noise-rock curios Pop. 1280 have returned from hiatus with Way Station.

Finally, there is also the new Slighter Remix album Exogenous, and a new CONFORMCO release, Consumer Holiday Product / Believe It.

/This Week/Upcoming Releases

Coming next week – a new release from Dogtablet (Jared Louche and Martin King from Pigface, among others), as well as Darker Matter by Comaduster.

Coming in the new year – Greg Dulli’s first solo album, and a new album from Wrangler, A Situation.

/Upcoming/Gigs/Club Nights/Events

This weekly listing has now seen a significant overhaul, and has moved over to a Shareable calendar format that is embedded below. You can add it to your own calendar views if you wish (GCal link, iCal link), and then you will get dynamic updates as I get them. Otherwise see the embedded calendar below.

If you have updates, relevant events for me, or want to tell me about something else, use the contact details above.

/amodelofcontrol.com/next week

Look out for the best albums of the year on /Countdown/2019, on Tuesday.

/amodelofcontrol.com/recent content

The top 50 tracks of 2019
The ten best compilations and re-issues of 2019
/Transmission/017/the a-z of industrial/l/part two
the podcast continues, wrapping up the letter L
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Songs featuring or about birds
/Click Click/007/BEAT:CANCER Festival v2.0
Coverage of last weekend’s BEAT:CANCER event in London
/Tuesday Ten/388/The Machineries of Joy
Songs featuring vehicle and machine noises
/Tuesday Ten/387/Tracks of the Month/Oct 2019
The best songs of the past month
/Tuesday Ten/386/The Way We Used To
Songs about memory, remembrance and death
/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

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