Electronic musician Alessandro Cortini released the final installment of his album trilogy, “Forse,” on Important Records. Cortini may be best known for collaborating and touring with Nine Inch Nails, but his solo work certainly stands… The post Alessandro Cortini’s “Forse” Trilogy Commemorated With Custom T-Shirts appeared first on Selectism.
We’re getting a good dump of snow here in Mosby’s Confederacy, might be as much as nine inches when it’s all done tonight. I, for one, love it. I’ve been out on the skis once already, straight out from the front door, and will go out again later. Show More Summary
Let me start this off with a rant: Particularly irksome to me is the prevalence of the plus size sex pot. Every plus size blogger is decked out in five inch heels and nine inches of cleavage. Joan from Mad Men has everyone with curves thinking she should dress like Joan and actually look like Joan. Show More Summary
Animated by fine-grained lead melodies and swathes of pure bass, the Buchla synth performances of producer/composer Alessandro Cortini (he of Nine Inch Nails, SONOIO, and the Trash Audio collective) reach us as a live-in-the-studio arc of twisted knobs, sketching out a path of gradual development for the voices of his finite system. Show More Summary
Trent and Taylor 4-eva.
At first glance, Taylor Swift and Nine Inch Nails don't seem like compatible sounds, but a new mashup suggests otherwise. "Shake It Off" meets "The Perfect Drug" in a video created by YouTuber user Isosine, who specializes in some crazy mashups. Show More Summary
There is something about chart-hogging singer-songwriter Taylor Swift that brings out the sunny side of even the gloomiest of Gusses. Take, for example, her adorable, “opposites attract”-type friendship with Lorde, currently pop music’s closest equivalent to Lydia Deetz from Beetlejuice. Show More Summary
It's weird how well this works. On the other hand, Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" just screams for more black trench coats and knives, doesn't it?
Trent Reznor’s moody industrial rock doesn’t, at first thought, seem particularly compatible with Taylor Swift’s bright and cheery pop hits. But YouTube user Isosine’s mashup of “Shake it Off” and Nine Inch Nails’ “The Perfect Drug”Show More Summary
One man band Henry Kohen aka Mylets is quickly making a name for himself. Trembling Hands is the lead single from his upcoming album Arizona. It’s a far cry from his emo-punk EP and should hit the mark for Nine Inch Nails fans.
You'll have a hard time shaking this one off
“Shake It Off (The Perfect Drug)” is a musical mashup by Isosine of the Taylor Swift song “Shake It Off” and the song “The Perfect Drug” by Nine Inch Nails. Despite the obvious disparity in musical styles between the songs and the artists who recorded them, the two mesh together surprisingly well. For comparison, the […]
Isosine created this unlikely, yet absolutely brilliant remix of Taylor Swift’s pop hit Shake it Off and Nine Inch Nails’ dark soliloquy The Perfect Drug. It’s the musical equivalent of Black Swan. Download the MP3 here.
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If you take the vocals from The Perfect Drug by Nine Inch Nails and match them to the beats from Taylor Swift's Shake It Off, you get this little bit of magic: (via ?interesting) Tags: music Nine Inch Nails remix Taylor Swift video
Mashup master Isosine has been known for mixing two wildly different artists and somehow making it work. Remember when he did Slipknot vs. Justin Beiber into here. Bloody Disgusting!USA email@example.com
Industrial music pioneer Martin Atkins has lived in Chicago for 15 years. A drummer for everyone from Public Image Ltd. to Nine Inch Nails to his own Murder Inc. and Pigface, the Bridgeport resident is now drumming up support...
It isn't everyday that a musician associated with such iconic acts as Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Public Image Ltd. and Pigface endorses someone for City Council. [ more › ]
Do you ever walk down the street, find yourself standing at the corner next to someone who's at least nine inches taller than you and think to yourself, Wow, I wonder what the world looks like from up there? Well, we may not have a solution...Show More Summary