Doctors Prescription - Second Doses (Favorite releases of 2017)
2017 – some things definitely happened. Political strife and a divided nation, a plague of sexual assault accusers and perpetrators, the worst mass shooting in US history (already said my piece there) and the deaths of many more prominent faces of music, including Chris Cornell, Tom Petty, Chester Bennington, and Chuck Berry...
Doctors Prescription - Shootings
So…I was going to write an article about Industrial clubs and the balance it takes to please everyone on the dance floor without going to the same well every time with music people recognize; it’s the same problem in many different clubs depending on the genre – people want to dance to/listen to what they KNOW and the DJs don’t want to spin to an empty floor, so even though they are SICK of “TDZV” they are tempted to drop it anyway.
Doctors Prescription - Founding Fathers
Mount Rushmore. Just outside Keystone, South Dakota. Not exactly an industrial hotbed I would assume, but stay with me. In 1927, four US presidents were chosen due to their “role in preserving the Republic and expanding its territory” to have their faces immortalized in the granite of the Midwest’s Black Hills. I’ve never visited – although I’ve heard that they are much smaller than you’d think. Story of my life…
Obscurrus: DIY done right
Obscurus Studios is the flame emerging from the spark that is created when opportunity finally comes into contact with inspiration, dedication and determination.
Local Artist Feature: gAk Photography
Nicole (gAk Photography) was officially the very first artist to vend at Mechanismus back in 2008. Let's take a look at some of her amazing visual work.
The ABC of Industrial by Dr. Reaktor
There's so much uncertainty and complication in the world - an orange blowhard and glorified landlord is our president, gun violence is still running rampant in the world, civil unrest and protests abounds...makes you long for a simpler, more peaceful time, right?...
Local Artist Feature - Byron C. Miller
Our local artist of the month for March is none other than the prolific Byron C. Miller. Check out his varied and extensive work!