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‘If I never do it again, that’s OK’: Adrian Belew dives into ProjeKCt work, with no King Crimson regrets

‘If I never do it again, that’s OK’: Adrian Belew dives into ProjeKCt work, with no King Crimson regrets

The Crimson ProjeKCt, a Robert Fripp-approved King Crimson offshoot group, begins its new tour today in Tel Aviv — even as the mothership band is set to restart featuring two of the ProjeKCt’s stalwart members.

Nine Inch Nails – Hesitation Marks (2013)

As a teenage metal head, I was convinced that all things electronic in music were evil. Then, a roommate in college introduced me to Nine Inch Nails’ Pretty Hate Machine.

‘Unlike anything else that’s ever been done’: Adrian Belew on his amazing new solo venture

‘Unlike anything else that’s ever been done’: Adrian Belew on his amazing new solo venture

He’s had the idea for decades. Finally, technology has caught up.

‘It didn’t work’: After departure from Nine Inch Nails, Adrian Belew refocuses on inventive solo project

‘It didn’t work’: After departure from Nine Inch Nails, Adrian Belew refocuses on inventive solo project

Having departed the Nine Inch Nails touring band, Adrian Belew is focusing on his long-awaited, ever-evolving new solo project “FLUX.” His contributions will still reportedly appear on the forthcoming NIN studio album.

Exclusive stream: Flash, “Hurt” from Featuring Ray Bennett and Colin Carter (2013)

Flash, together again after four decades, take on a song that’s already been defined (as a Nine Inch Nails original) and then redefined (with Johnny Cash’s harrowing third-act re-do) — and yet they still find new revelations.

‘A secret thing that I can’t tell you about yet’: What’s next for King Crimson’s Adrian Belew? He’s not saying

‘A secret thing that I can’t tell you about yet’: What’s next for King Crimson’s Adrian Belew? He’s not saying

King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew mentions a promised solo effort, another tour with some fellow Crimson alums, and a “secret thing” to be announced later this year, in a new talk

Something Else! sneak peek: Garbage, "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses?" (2011)

All hail the long-awaited return of the ass-kicking rebel chick Shirley Manson and her scraggly band of alterno-rockers in Garbage.

Half Notes: Nine Inch Nails – Y34RZ3R0R3MIX3D (2007)

by Tom Johnson 133t!11!! H4x0rd! w00t! LOL WTF?! OK! Pandering title aside, the concept was pretty cool: The usual NIN remix album that followed in the footsteps of a regular album, but this time it was accompanied by a DVD containing all of the multitracks for the songs — so you could do whatever you feel like with them, thenRead More

Guilty pleasures: Skinny Puppy – The Greater Wrong Of The Right (2004)

by Tom Johnson It’s not so difficult to imagine Skinny Puppy continuing to exist through the mid-90s – most of the solo output of the members over that period actually sounded more like Skinny Puppy than the band’s own “final” album

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