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‘Click Interview’ With Nimh: ‘I Have No ‘Rules’ Or A ‘Public Face’ To ‘Build’ And Promote’

Giuseppe Verticchio is an Italian artist, which is mainly active under the Nimh moniker since 2001. He released numerous works and collaborative productions on different recognized labels. His work is mainly dealing with darker music influences such as ambient, industrial, ritual and related genres. Quite recently Winter-Light Records has re-released the CD-album “Beyond This Crying Era”, which was originally released in 2012 on vinyl format by Synästhesie Schallplatten. “Beyond The Crying Era” features the six original tracks from “This Crying Era” (original title of the album) plus four extra songs.  The work is a fascinating sonic voyage throughout dark sonic realms, which incited me to get in touch with the protagonist of this great work.   (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Giuseppe, you’re now involved with music for numerous years and have released an impressive number of productions while experimented with multiple music genres. What have been the main facts and releases from this prolific career and where does this eclecticism comes from? Giuseppe: For me it’s quite difficult to identify specific ‘main’ events and/or releases in my career, because in some peculiar way each of them is a sort of ‘building block’ in my ever-growing ‘wall’ of musical […]

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Cryo – The Fall of Man

One of Swedens biggest exports in the electronic music scene, Cryo’s album “The Fall of Man” is modern, progressive electro blending seamlessly with classic cold, melodic EBM.

With a nod to the classic giants such as  Front 242’…

Statiqbloom – Asphyxia

Drawing from the grittiness of early Industrial and EBM, Statiqbloom (Fade Kainer/ Denman C. Anderson) combine hard beats and haunting electronics with disorienting vocals to create pulsing raw Post-Industrial.

Their new album, ‘Asph…

‘Click Interview’ with FTR: ‘mp3 Is Obviously Not The Best, But We Must Admit It’s Handy’

FTR (Future) is a French trio that saw the daylight in 2012. Based in Paris, Yann Canevet (bass, vocals), Pauline CP (keyboards, programming) and Brice Delourmel (guitar, programming) this year released their second full length album entitled “Manners”. The work has been released in France by Third Coming Records and in the US by Metropolis. The sound can be defined as a mix between cold-wave and shoegaze music with some electronic arrangements on top. It’s an obscure and somewhat disturbing experience, but still a great opus, which incited me to get more info about the band and their new work. I’ve been in touch with Pauline CP. (Picture credits by Arthur Weed / Interview courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Can you briefly introduce FTR and the way you got contaminated by the (dark) music virus?  Pauline: We are three. We’ve always been involved in common musical scenes and projects between Rennes and Paris. When Brice and Yann both came from Rennes to Paris in 2012 they started playing together, and recorded, the first EP “Abyss” in 2013 in Lannion (Brittany). I joined the band during the winter of this same year. Then we released all together our first album […]

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