Alec Empire : London Charing Cross Road Mean Fiddler

Alec Empire : London Charing Cross Road Mean...

It's only right that the electro-noise revolution's poster boy should kickstart tonight with 'Everything Starts With A Fuck'. Breaking the land-speed obscenity record with a splatter of industrial punk, it's exactly the entrance we...

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Alec Empire : Addicted To You

Alec Empire : Addicted To You

And so, after a draining evening chairing his weekly Techno Terrorists With Tinnitus support group, Alec ‘Sensitive Side’ Empire throws another stack of begging letters from Calvin Klein on the fire, picks up a battered acoustic and strums a...

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Live At Brixton Academy 1999

Live At Brixton Academy 1999

Looking for trouble? You came to the right place. 'Live At Brixton Academy 1999' is one almighty blast of ear-chomping sonic malevolence recorded last November, at the climax of a punishing tour which saw Berlin's noise-shredding guvnors on the...

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London WC2 LA2

London WC2 LA2

Fresh from broadcasting the revolution via a webchat on nme.com (it won't be televised but you'll be able to catch it on the net at www.digitalhardcore.com/[/url] - Atari Teenage Riot are here on the last night of the European tour to...

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Atari Teenage Riot : Too dead for me

Atari Teenage Riot : Too dead for me

A sublime pop chorus isn't something you'd normally expect from the Ataris , modern music's answer to the Red Brigades (You know: a bit like the Scouts only with more complex ideological knots. And better violence). Underneath the apocalyptic...

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60 Second Wipe Out

60 Second Wipe Out

Berlin calling on line one. Something to do with revolution and anarchy and the "wickedest stench" . Oh yes, dear, and they also want to "take over your fucking life" . Album number three from Alec Empire 's Atari Teenage Riot , then, and...

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London SE1 Queen Elizabeth Hall

London SE1 Queen Elizabeth Hall

"Welcome to the Rod Hull Memorial Concert." Even in jest, John Peel talks sense, for there is something batty about this enterprise that the late Emu grappler might have appreciated. Where better for a Peel Sessions showcase of the most...

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London Highbury Garage

London Highbury Garage

Bald, katemossskinny, cocaine-faced Borg - semensticky copies of Skin Two sticking out the back-pockets of their ultra-tite baby-seal-skin bondage keks - prowl amongst the crowds of puppyishly pogoing tekno-anarko punk scum, sneering. My God!...

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