Sometimes things in pop culture align perfectly. Whether it’s synching up Pink Floyd’s “Echoes” with the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey, or a bunch of anime clips cut to “The Becoming” by Nine Inch Nails, a combination of seemingly disparate elements can come together and perfectly distill both to reveals their true essence. Show More Summary
Back when Apple Music launched at the beginning of the month, Trent Reznor shared instrumental versions of Nine Inch Nails’ The Fragile and With Teeth as exclusives to the new service that he helped start. Now, he’s beginning to put up tracks that he and Atticus Ross recorded for the Gone Girl score that never […]
Nine Inch Nails frontman and renowned director are headed for Broadway.
A trio of Canadian politicians got asked to stop after posing with a campaign t-shirt that used the Nine Inch Nails logo. The photo of Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley showing off the shirt went viral a few weeks back, and Reznor’s team followed up by sending “a very polite letter” […]
Less than two weeks after a trio of Canadian politicians borrowed Nine Inch Nails’ iconic logo for a celebratory T-shirt, the cease-and-desist letters have arrived. A spokeswoman for Alberta Premier Rachel Notley told the National Post...Show More Summary
There's nothing more goth than protecting intellectual property rights.
Recently, Canadian politicians Rachel Notley (Premier of Alberta), Don Iveson (Mayor of Edmonton), and Naheed Nenshi (Mayor of Calgary) unveiled a new T-shirt using the Nine Inch Nails logo—a play on their respective initials. Apparently, the shirts didn't go over very well with the band. Show More Summary
Traditionally the neighborhood of choice for the well-heeled and well-educated, Manhattan's Upper East Side has included Rockefellers and Roosevelts among its residents, not to mention famous fussbudgets such as Charlotte from "Sex and the City." But it's hard to imagine any of them living in the...
Following Tuesday's launch of Apple Music, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor spoke with music site Pitchfork about his thoughts on the service and his role in its development. Reznor joined Apple in 2014, following the company'sShow More Summary
On the plus side, Reznor says he's "messing around with some things" in the studio.
The guy once known as Trent has completed his corporate transformation into Mister Reznor.
Unheard instrumental versions part of today's launch of Apple Music.
To promote this week's launch of the subscription Apple Music streaming service, as well as the 24/7 Beats 1 worldwide radio station, the faces of Apple's music business -- Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine, and Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor -- stepped into the limelight once again, to explain how their new services are intended to stand out from the rest.
Trent Reznor understands unhappiness. He's sung about his personal feelings on Nine Inch Nails records and dealt with his dissatisfaction with the music business behind the scenes. After spending years on a major label for most of his career, he felt stifled. So he tried to market himself. He put...
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: the first “cool” songs we ever liked. Nine Inch Nails, “Wish” (1992) Growing up with two older siblings, both possessing wildly different musical tastes, meant that knowing what “cool” was constituted essentially an impossible task for a young kid. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Canadian politicians Rachel Notley (Premier of Alberta), Don Iveson (Mayor of Edmonton), and Naheed Nenshi (Mayor of Calgary) unveiled a new T-shirt heralding their partnership. As Exclaim reports, the shirt apes the Nine Inch Nails logo, since Notley, Iveson, and Nenshi together make up a different NIN. Show More Summary
The eye-rolling trend of politicians glomming onto hip musicians to appear culturally relevant continues unabated, this time in Alberta, Canada. Earlier this week, recently elected Premier Rachel Notley and two mayors, Edmonton mayor...Show More Summary
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re featuring our favorite songs that only appeared on soundtracks. Nine Inch Nails, “Burn” (1994) Before Trent Reznor became an Academy Award-winning...Show More Summary
If you’ve ever wondered what a collaboration between Vanilla Ice and Nine Inch Nails would sound like, you’ll want to give Indiloop a spin. Available for desktop, Android and iOS, the recently updated app lets you pull individual instrument stems from its catalog of popular tracks spanning several genres to mix together into your own special track. Show More Summary