Charlie Clouser has taken a circuitous route to becoming a composer for television. After helping create some of the most well-known industrial music of the ’90s as a member of Nine Inch Nails, as well as working with Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, the musician-producer moved into composing for film and TV. Show More Summary
In this piece, Tom Vek takes on Apple product executive Trent Reznor following his comments regarding the future of music consumption, and expresses his feelings that the Nine Inch Nails frontman is pursuing the wrong avenues of development. ______________________________________ Guest Post by musician and technologist Tom Vek In a recent...
To commemorate the impending arrival of NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter, Apple and the space agency released a new short film on iTunes and Apple Music on Thursday featuring original music by artists like Weezer and Nine Inch Nails frontman and Apple executive Trent Reznor.
Trent Reznor has released a new song with longtime collaborator Atticus Ross. As Consequence Of Sound points out, the Nine Inch Nails leader and his movie soundtrack co-conspirator recorded “Juno” to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter, the same space endeavor that inspired Weezer’s new “I Love The USA.” You won’t be surprised to learn […]
Trent Reznor and collaborator Atticus Ross have shared a new track, “Juno,” Consequence of Sound points out. Ahead of Nine Inch Nails’ forthcoming Hesitation Marks follow-up, the duo recorded the one-off track to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission, due to arrive in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, according to the iTunes description. Hear it below, via Apple Music.
Sounds like: Apex Twin, Nine Inch Nails, How To Destroy Angels Song: Rebel Yell - Never Perfection What's so good? Brisbane artist Rebel Yell's first single, "Never Perfection," is an alluring yet confronting piece of music that hadShow More Summary
Rick Rubin-produced record inspired by Nine Inch Nails, Queen, and Tom Petty.
The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney has weighed in on the latest discussion around artist pay from streaming services. It began on Monday, when Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, who is Apple Music’s Chief Creative Officer, strongly criticized...Show More Summary
On Monday, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor strongly criticized YouTube in an interview following the Apple Worldwide Developers’ Conference. Reznor, who is Apple Music’s Chief Creative Officer, said YouTube’s business is “very disingenuous.” He explained, “It is built on the backs of free, stolen content and that’s how they got that big. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails frontman and Apple Music exec Trent Reznor has told Billboard that YouTube is built on stolen content: Personally, I find YouTube’s business to be very disingenuous. It is built on the backs of free, stolen content and that’s how they got that big. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails frontman has strong words for one of Apple Music's biggest competitors.
Apple executives usually prefer to extol the virtues if their products rather than criticize their competitors. But Nine Inch Nails front man and Apple Music product design exec Trent Reznor took the low road when asked about Google's You Tube. But his band still has it's own YouTube channel. ____________________________________________...
YouTuber Mayor Wertz made what would otherwise be a low-hanging fruit – a supercut of Guy Fieri eating food – into a roller coaster of emotions by setting the video to Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ Hurt. Now do it with Crying Jordan memes.
Mayor Wertz has created a moving compilation of celebrity chef Guy Fieri eating in his various television shows set to the Johnny Cash cover version of “Hurt” by Nine Inch Nails.
The UK band say Nine Inch Nails and Justin Timberlake were primary influences on the new LP. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Nine Inch Nails, Collarbones, Bjork Song: Marcus Whale - Vapour What's so good? Marcus Whale, solo artist and one half of Collarbones, has returned with the second single from his impending album Inland Sea. Following on...Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails understood digital music a decade ago, and that experience may now help Apple Music in a big way.
Apple Music is celebrating its one-year anniversary with an overhaul of its streaming service. Nine Inch Nails singer Trent Reznor, who has been creatively involved with the service before Apple acquired Beats' holdings in May 2014, is involved in the process, Bloomberg reports. Apple Music had a tumultuous year. In its first six months, the service exceeded expectations...
Father John Misty covered his “favorite love song,” Nine Inch Nails’ seminal track “Closer”, at Chicago’s Riviera Theater last night. A few weeks ago, Misty covered Rihanna’s “Kiss It Better” in Santa Ana, and back in December we heard him play John Lennon’s “God” at LA’s Troubadour. Watch him do “Closer” below.
Last night, Father John Misty performed at the Riviera Theater in Chicago, IL. At one point, he joked, "It's a little sappy but I would like to play my favorite love song for you"—before proceeding to cover Nine Inch Nails' "Closer."...Show More Summary