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Forced Exposure New Releases for 1/22/2018

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New music is due from Ab Baars & Terrie Ex, Cobra Family Picnic, and Dean McPhee, while old music is due from Modernettes, Plus, and Kanker Kommando.


Podcast Episode 379: January 13, 2018 (guest artist Jack Dangers)

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Jack DangersImpossible Star, the 11th full-length album from Meat Beat Manifesto is officially out on January 19th. We are excited to feature a podcast featuring guest Jack Dangers and music from MBM, Jack solo, and The Forger. It's an extra long episode (just over an hour and a half) and includes many old favorites, new tunes, as well as backstory and discussion of the music.

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Last Updated on Monday, 15 January 2018 08:25

2017 Readers Poll - The Results

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Once again it's time to thank everyone for their participation in the Brainwashed Annual Readers Poll. As always, the Readers Poll doesn't particularly represent what the staff and writers feel are the best and worst of the year, but we happily once again provide commentary. All the best for 2018!

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 January 2018 06:51

Z'EV (Stefan Weiser), 1951-2017

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Unconfirmed reports have come in that our friend, Stefan Weisser, who the music world knows as Z'EV, passed away in Chicago on December 16th at 11:33pm. Z'EV has been an important pioneer in music for over 4 decades as a percussionist, sound artist, and poet. His music transcended genre names and he was equally comfortable playing alongside industrial, experimental, primitive, metal, rock, and numerous other classified artists. His health battles were made public over the last few years following being hospitalized with injuries suffered after a train derailment. Cause of his passing has not been confirmed at this time. He will be missed.

Please enjoy the following videos:

photo by Greg Cristman


Lawrence English concert at Landmark, Bergen, October 22, 2017

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A quiet Sunday night in Bergen, Norway, was enlivened by the electronic compositions of Lawrence English. Following a short set of mostly original songs by Brigid Mae Power, with her impressive haunting voice and spirited guitar accompaniment, he transformed the intimate Landmark venue into a bewildering and unique landscape. English advised everyone to get out of chairs and lay on the floor, or on several low couches, instead. This encouraged a truly relaxed and meditative openness to deeper listening.

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 November 2017 03:39
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