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Nine Inch Nails, Jawbreaker, and that's kinda it: What The A.V. Club saw at Riot Fest 2017

This past weekend, a few A.V. Club staffers headed to Chicago’s Douglas Park for Riot Fest, the marathon three-day music festival boasting approximately 90 different artists. And due to a variety of mitigating factors—family commitments, advanced age, a general dislike of crowds and heat—we saw only a fraction of… Read more...

Puddles Pity Party Performs a Unique Glam Rock Cover of the Nine Inch Nails Song ‘Hurt’

4 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Never one to shy away from doing things differently, the talented Puddles Pity Party performed a cover of the Nine Inch Nails song “Hurt” with a bit of a 1970s glam rock flavor to it. Using his iPad, he slowed the song down just a touch, added in some background vocals and looked straight at...

David Lynch Rejected A Nine Inch Nails Song For Not Being “Aggressive And Ugly” Enough For Twin Peaks

The strangest and most intense moment of David Lynch's recent Twin Peaks: The Return series was the one that featured Nine Inch Nails giving a convulsive performance of "She's Gone Away" smack in the middle of the episode. Trent Reznor says that he wrote the song, which appeared on the band's Not The Actual Events…

David Lynch thought Nine Inch Nails' original Twin Peaks song wasn't "ugly" enough

Back in June, Nine Inch Nails (or maybe The Nine Inch Nails) made an appearance on Twin Peaks, closing out an episode by playing “She’s Gone Away” from the Not The Actual Events EP. Apparently, though, that song wasn’t Trent Reznor’s first pick for a Twin Peaks song. As reported by Pitchfork, Reznor and Atticus Ross… Read more...

Nine Inch Nails Pitched a “Twin Peaks” Song That Wasn’t “Ugly” Enough for David Lynch

Atticus Ross on Lynch’s feedback: “I think he said, ‘Make my hair stand on end.‘”

Nine Inch Nails’ Initial Twin Peaks: The Return Song Was Rejected for Not Being ‘Aggressive and Ugly’ Enough

In one of the most spectacular episodes in recent television history, Twin Peaks: The Return, among other atomic bomb-related endeavors in “Part 8,” aired a Nine Inch Nails performance of “She’s Gone Away.” It was a long, unsettling song choice that segued the narrative from the present to the past, ... More »

Photos: Nine Inch Nails, Ministry Bring Industrial Catharsis To Riot Fest's Day 1 Scorcher

Plus New Order shined, Vic Mensa spilled his heart and Liars' 6-foot-6 frontman looked lovely in his new bridal gown. [ more › ]

Nine Inch Nails proved the new songs rivaled the old at Riot Fest (review, pics)

Nine Inch Nails' headlining set at Riot Fest 2017 included the live debut of "The Background World." Continue reading…

Trent Reznor Details His Vietnam War Score

Back in January, it was announced that Nine Inch Nails collaborators Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross would be scoring the upcoming 10-part, 18-hour Ken Burns documentary "The Vietnam War." Now they've shared more details about the project, with the 17-track, two-disc package out next month. In addition, the film's 38-track companion soundtrack -- which features…

Newswire: Taking Back Sunday, Dinosaur Jr., Built To Spill and others get Riot Fest aftershows

Riot Fest is coming to Chicago in September, and while seeing bands like Nine Inch Nails, Queens Of The Stone Age, and the reunited lineup of Jawbreaker during regular festival hours is great and all, it’s not quite as exciting as seeing some concerts that stretch a little further into the night. Show More Summary

California Sounds: Baths' 'Dream Daddy' theme, Dent May's '90210' ode and Nine Inch Nails' 'Add Violence'

Dent May, “90210” (Carpark). You need not know the Highland Park-based singer’s bio before popping on his new song, because he lays out some basics in the lyrics. He’s open about his finances, for example, telling a would-be lover via a barroom piano melody, strummed guitar and voice in the opening...

There Is No Future Point In Time

2 months agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Fluxblog

Nine Inch Nails “The Background World” “The Background World” starts off as a fairly typical late period Nine Inch Nails song, with Trent Reznor singing a very Reznor sort of melody over contrasting keyboard parts – some burbling, some bleeping, some like the electronic equivalent of the ambient hum inside a seashell. Reznor sounds exhausted […]

90 Songs You Need to Listen to Before Going to Lollapalooza This Year

2 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

Lollapalooza has come a long way. The music festival began as a nationwide tour in the early '90s for bands like Jane's Addiction and Nine Inch Nails and has managed to morph into one of the most popular annual celebrations of music in the world. Show More Summary

David Lynch or Some Random People on YouTube: Who Shot Nine Inch Nails Better?

After a shattering performance to close out Sunday night at the Panorama festival, Nine Inch Nails remained in New York for a little longer. Last night, Trent Reznor’s legendary industrial outfit played to a smaller crowd at Webster Hall, where, as proven by uploaded phone footage, they saw fit to ... More »

Nine Inch Nails surprise fans with intimate NYC club show

Trent Reznor brought hard rock and mesmerizing electronics to Manhattan's Webster Hall in support of latest EP 'Add Violence.'        

Watch Nine Inch Nails Play “She’s Gone Away” Live For The First Time In NYC

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Two nights ago, Nine Inch Nails headlined the final day of New York's Panorama Festival and played what was, by all accounts, a colossal set. And last night, they played a much smaller show at New York's Webster Hall, announcing it at the very last minute. During that set, they played "She's Gone Away," a…

Nine Inch Nails played Webster Hall (setlist, review)

"Sorry if we fucked up your Monday," Trent Reznor said on stage at Webster Hall Monday night (7/31). Nine Inch Nails were fresh off co-headlining NYC festival Panorama on Sunday night, and Monday morning they announced they'd be playing the far more intimate Webster Hall... Continue reading…

Panorama 2017 Sunday pics (Angel Olsen, Justice, more)

Panorama wrapped up on Sunday with sets from Nine Inch Nails, A Tribe Called Quest, Cloud Nothings, Cashmere Cat, Justice, Snake Hips, Towkio, Preoccupations, Mura Masa, Kiiara, Dhani Harrison, Angel Olsen, 6lack, and Rev Vince Anderson and The Love Choir. Continue reading…

Nine Inch Nails Crushed Panorama With Controlled Rage

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

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