Saturday, December 08, 2012

Misogyny in industrial

Coilhouse recently published this interesting piece attacking the attitudes of some contemporary "industrial" groups (the fact that a group like Nachtmahr is considered industrial suggests just how low the form has sunk). We present this as although we don't fully endorse it and there seem to be a couple of factual errors, it does raise useful questions constructively and gives examples of (post)-industrial performers intelligently criticising problematic tendencies from within the scene - a productive and useful contrast to externally-generated authoritarian approaches.

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