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We Have a Technical brings I Die: You Die's discussions of industrial, EBM, goth, dark electro, and related music genres to the podcast format. Join Alex, Bruce, and guests as they explore music's darker alternatives.

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Best Dark Music Podcast in North America

This is one of the best dark music podcasts out there! Always, have interesting podcasts about what's going on the scene! Bruce and Alex are definitely enthusiastic dark music fans. They have a definite grasp of what's going on in and around the scene! Probably my favorite podcast of all time!


I’ve discovered more great new and old music from listening to these guys talk than from anyone or anything, ever. The amount of dedication and passion they put into the podcast/website is astounding - anyone interested in any of the genres they cover should have a listen and a close look through the blog’s archives.

The banter Real

It is only in this way, through touching the kernel of the Real, that banter can be used to counteract what one is tempted to call the musical practice of disidentification. That is to say, one should turn around the standard notion of music as providing the firm identification to its subjects, constraining them to their "social roles": what if, at a different — but no less irrevocable and structurally necessary — level, music is effective precisely by way of constructing a space of false disidentification, of false distance towards the actual coordinates of the subjects's social existence?

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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