Since 2008, an obsessive and extremely dedicated Nine Inch Nails fan has been collecting the band’s live audio from a massive pool of sources in order to create a free online database of fan recordings titled “Reflecting In The Chrome: A NIN Recording Archive.” The drive has gone through several evolutions, some of which the [...]
527 GB of live music, and it's all for free.
Nominees that didn't make the final cut this year include Nine Inch Nails, Sting, N.W.A, Chic and Kraftwerk.
Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and Atticus Ross talk in this video about creating the score for David Fincher's new film Gone Girl. The composers previously collaborated with Fincher on The Social Network (where they won an Oscar) and...Show More Summary
There are a lot of terrible mash-ups out there. No one really needed to hear Nine Inch Nails’ apoplectic “Head Like A Hole” on top of the bubblegum melody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” even if “Call Me A Hole” turned out to be a pretty awesome song title. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails is not thought of as an ‘80s artist, but it was in the fall of 1989 when Pretty Hate Machine was released. With that in mind, let's remember the first single and video for Trent Reznor and NIN and the macabre story behind the video for Down In It.
Back when the Beats acquisition was the talk of the town, the names we mostly heard was “Dr. Dre” and “LeBron“. What was rather overlooked was the fact that Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails’s frontman, was Chief Creative Officer of Beats Electronics’ new music subscription service, Project Daisy. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor was in Cupertino when Tim Cook announced that U2's "Songs of Innocence" would be free for all iTunes customers. Now Reznor is speaking out about the album release, which angered many who found themselves unable to delete it, in an interview with Billboard's Joe Levy. Show More Summary
Trent Reznor is working with Apple on a new project related to music delivery, the Nine Inch Nails frontman revealed in an interview with Billboard. Reznor, also the chief creative officer of Beats Music, said that following Apple'sShow More Summary
Apple loves music and Trent Reznor is a musician, so it shouldn't be super shocking that the longtime musician has sparked a new project within Apple that he isn't at liberty to talk about. In an interview with Billboard, the Nine Inch Nails frontman...
Trent Reznor is working on a top secret project with Apple, which he details in an interview with Billboard's Joe Levy. The Nine Inch Nails frontman was reportedly chief creative officer at Beats Music, the music arm of Beats Electronics, before Apple bought the company this year. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor — who is also chief creative officer of Beats Music — is working on a secret music project with Apple, according to a recent interview in Billboard. When asked if the project was about music delivery, Reznor...Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor became an Apple employee this year when Beats was scooped up for $3 billion, but in an interview with Billboard, the former Beats chief creative officer reveals that his position at Apple isn’t just … Read more ›
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, who serves as Chief Creative Officer of Beats Music, became an Apple employee alongside Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre when Apple acquired Beats back in May. In a new interview with Billboard, ReznorShow More Summary
Nine Inch Nails frontman and Trent Reznor has spoken a bit about his new role at Apple. Reznor acted as the chief creative officer of Beats Music until it was purchased by Apple earlier this year, and the company asked him to come on board for a special project. Show More Summary
When Apple announced plans to acquire Beats Electronics and Beats Music earlier this year, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor’s involvement with the streaming music service under Apple’s ownership quickly came in question. A spokesperson for Beats Music said Reznor was still with the company at the time and we reported that Reznor would in […]
The 1992 Nine Inch Nails song "Gave Up" is fantastic. But if you're at all familiar with the official video for the song, you'll know that it's a bit fucked up. The video was filmed at 10050 Cielo Drive — the Los Angeles home where actress Sharon Tate was brutally murdered by members of the Manson Family in the summer of 1969. Read more...
Does nail art mean we’re turning into post-human cyborgs? [Rhizome] "I put a giant 10-foot vagina in the world and people respond to giant 10-foot vaginas in the way that they do." Carolina A. Miranda interviews Kara Walker on her Domino Sugar Sphinx. Show More Summary
People who came of age in the '90s may be startled to learn that Green Day and Nine Inch Nails are now venerable enough to earn nomination to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which requires a 25-year recording history. The other first-time nominees to the Class of 2015...
"The rest of this year's hopefuls are the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Kraftwerk, Chic, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, the Marvelettes, the Spinners, Stevie Ray Vaughan, War and Bill Withers."Reading all that, the first thought that came into my head was Beechwood 4-5789, you can call me up and have a date any old time...