Nine Inch Nails musician and Apple Music executive joins music industry’s debate over Google’s video service, but YouTube hits back Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor is the latest artist to join the music industry’s war of words with YouTube, attacking Google’s video service over the role it plays for musicians. Show More Summary
01. The Stone Roses - "I Wanna Be Adored" 02. Kanye West - "I Am a God (feat. God)" 03. Nine Inch Nails - "Closer" 04. The Beatles - "Run For Your Life" 05. Jack White - "Love Interruption" 06. Future - "Lie To Me" 07. The Mountain Goats - "There Will Be No Divorce" 08. Show More Summary
Requested by Type • Compiled by HeyHoras 01. The Stone Roses - “I Wanna Be Adored” 02. Kanye West - “I Am a God (feat. God)” 03. Nine Inch Nails - “Closer” 04. The Beatles - “Run For Your Life” 05. Jack White - “Love Interruption” 06. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails is making news for the first time in a while and unfortunately, rather than over a new album, it’s news of ex-NIN musician James Woolley who died over the weekend, which was revealed by a post by his ex-wife Kate Van Buren on Facebook Tuesday. Show More Summary
Before Nine Inch Nails, Reznor manned the keyboards for a synthpop band.
Former Nine Inch Nails keyboardist James Woolley, who played with the industrial rock band from 1991 to 1994, died Sunday, his ex-wife Kate Van Buren, announced in a Facebook post. No cause of death was given. Woolley, 49, was part of the band in 1991 when the group recorded its album “The Downward...
James Woolley was a keyboardist who toured with Nine Inch Nails from 1991 to 1994; he played with the band during their iconic Woodstock ’94 set. He also played with a few other bands and did sound design for The Simpsons. Over the weekend, as Woolley’s ex-wife wrote on Facebook, Woolley died. Nine Inch Nails […]
Consequence Of Sound is reporting that James Woolley, the Grammy-winning keyboardist for Nine Inch Nails during some of the band’s most celebrated live performances, has died. Woolley was 50 years old. Coming up through Chicago-based...Show More Summary
Woolley toured with Nine Inch Nails from 1991 to 1994, including their famous Woodstock '94 performance.
From a Facebook post by Kate Van Buren, Woolley’s ex-wife (via Alternative Nation): I met James Woolley in late 1991 at the Sunset Social Club in Los Angeles. I was with my friend Tatiana enjoying the live band, then stood in the long line for the ladies’ room. Show More Summary
Former Nine Inch Nails keyboardist James Woolley has died, Alternative Nation reports (via Consequence of Sound). The news was announced on Facebook by Woolley’s ex-wife, Kate Van Buren, who said the musician passed away over the weekend. Show More Summary
Woolley was a core member of the band between 1991 and 1994.
On the TFT Podcast, we listen to and discuss Trent Reznor’s debut as Nine Inch Nails, “Pretty Hate Machine.” Episode 223: “March of the Pigs,” Which Is Bacon Three Ways originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Sounds like: Death Grips, Nine Inch Nails Song: KNXVES - Reasons Pt. 2 What's so good? Well I'll say; fewer things crunchier than that bass. I'm gonna go ahead and list a few because you're wondering. Just to clarify, the list will consist of things that are crunchier than that bass. Show More Summary
Photo by Rob Sheridan Nine Inch Nails are heavily rumored to be releasing new music in 2016, not least thanks to a Trent Reznor tweet, back in December, that read, “New NIN coming in 2016. Other stuff, too.” The latest reports about their activity, however, have now been debunked. Show More Summary
Kite Base is the side project from Savages bassist Ay?e Hassan along with fellow bassist Kendra Frost. If you’re wondering what Kite Base means, here’s an explanation: “Kite Base” is one of the main starting points found in origami, an opening move made with simple folds to generate a firm and fertile foundation for creativity. […]
Savages bassist Ayse Hassan is in another band called Kite Base with bassist Kendra Frost. Today, they’ve shared a new cover of Nine Inch Nails’ “Something I Can Never Have” from the 1989 debut album Pretty Hate Machine. Stream it below. Show More Summary
As an early Christmas present, Trent Reznor tweeted out that we can expect a new album this year, and it looks like he’s going to deliver. One of the owners of Beats Music, which was purchased and absorbed into Apple Music, it’s insane to me that Reznor has yet to use Nine Inch Nails‘ fame and popularity […]
At the end of last year, Trent Reznor promised that we’d be getting new Nine Inch Nails material in 2016, and it looks like the time may finally be upon us. An anonymous Reddit post claims that the band has a new single called “Dive And Slam” on the way in September. It would be […]