This week marks the end of /Tuesday Tens for 2021 (they will resume in the new year), as I prepare to round up what has been a very busy year […]
We’re continuing our journey through the a-z of industrial with a first look at the letter P. Needless to say this was recorded during the ongoing lockdown…
Continuing the process of wrapping up the last decade before it disappears too far into the rearview mirror, this is the third part of the best albums of the 2010s.
This week marks ten years since I registered amodelofcontrol.com, and got to work promoting my music writing (the first permanent home I’d given it), and then over the coming months […]
As I noted last week, 2012 really was a good year for music, as far as I was concerned, including a number of new discoveries.
Yet again, this list was a tough one. 2012 actually ended up being an impressive year for new music, as far as I was concerned, it just didn’t all come […]
A month without posts has meant a month without Tuesday Tens, too. Here is my return to that, with another roundup of ten songs you should hear this month.
A good year for music, so here’s twenty albums I think were great this year.
Halfway through 2010, and it’s time for another roundup.
So today marks the last part of my rundown of the decade’s music. Next week will be the usual rundown of the month’s best tracks, and then I’ll be starting […]
I don’t usually do this, but as I’ve remembered – and there has been a fair amount of stuff to recommend – I’m taking a break from the usual Tuesday […]
A new month, so back to the usual monthly round-up of the tracks I love right now.
A slightly different Tuesday Ten this week – and it will be the last 2007 retrospective. So what is this one? Well, it needs some explanation.
So, part one of my review of the year, and this week it is the tracks of the year. This as usual spans a number of different genres, and I […]
So, the start of a new month, so it's time for my monthly run-down of tracks that I really like right now, and obviously it has something of an Infest […]
As I have noted before in recent reviews, the industrial noise scene seems to be stretching it’s boundaries ever further, with influences from other scenes creating fascinating new hybrids. And […]