Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 4 of 10]

Part 1 here. Part 2 here. Part 3 here. Ministry – The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste (1989) Prior to starting work on the next Ministry album, Al Jourgensen had gone to Vancouver to produce Skinny Puppy’s Rabies … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 4 of 10]

Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 3 of 10]

Part 1 here, Part 2 here. Ministry – The Land of Rape and Honey (1988) / 1000 Homo DJs – Apathy (1988) Ministry was full on doing batch recording over the past few years, then they would sort and decide … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 3 of 10]

Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 2 of 10]

Part 1 here. Ministry – Over the Shoulder (1985) / Revolting Cocks – Big Sexy Land (1985) Al Jourgensen went to London to record Twitch, with parts already done in Chicago, and then onto Brussels to record parts of Revolting … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 2 of 10]

Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 1 of 10]

I know, you’re thinking, “Ten parts?! What in the actual fuck?” But it’s over fifteen “bands”, and over 70 musicians (and three Hollywood directors). This was a huge undertaking, but before reading please know these three things: 1.) Al Jourgensen … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jourgensen / Barker / Connelly / Rieflin (or; The Ministry Industrial Complex) [Part 1 of 10]

Artist Spotlight: L7 (or; We’re Not Changing Our Panties Until San Diego) [Part 1 of 2]

L7 began in 1985, started by self-proclaimed “Art-Punk” Donita Sparks and metalhead Suzi Gardner. The two met in 1984, when mutual friends were telling each of them individually that they should meet each other.  The two had both worked at … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: L7 (or; We’re Not Changing Our Panties Until San Diego) [Part 1 of 2]

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