Tag Archives: NIN

Trent Reznor: Fuck You, Grammys

Spin has the story in case you didn’t see it happen live. Last night, Nine Inch Nails set the 55th annual Grammy Awards aflame with a show-closing performance joined by Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl, and Lindsey Buckingham. And, in the midst of QOTSA’s “My God Is the Sun,” the telecast cut to sponsor name-checks and the end …

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JMG Top Ten Tracks For 2013

Culled from my Spotify favorites playlist, here’s my annual roundup of the tracks that got the most play this year at Casa JMG. Some of them appeared here during the year, some did not. 1. John Grant – Pale Green Ghosts (Openly gay, openly HIV+, very Dead Can Dance.) 2. Boy George – King Of Everything (One of his loveliest …

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NIN – Tension 2013 Concert

Stereogum raves: The Nine Inch Nails live show in 2013 has garnered perhaps even more acclaim than the masterful comeback album Hesitation Marks, a record we ranked among the year’s absolute best. But whereas anybody can stream the album on Spotify or whatever, fans who are broke, geographically isolated, or otherwise indisposed haven’t gotten to witness this Talking Heads-inspired production. …

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Nine Inch Nails – Copy Of A

Another track from the coming Hesitation Marks has leaked out online, but you might like the live version that NIN opened their Lollapolooza set with two weeks ago. And whoa, Trent’s arms.

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NIN – Came Back Haunted

KROQ reviews the new NIN single: The track harkens back to classic NIN, infused with the energy of the band’s legendary 1989 debut, Pretty Hate Machine bolstered with the epic scope of the 1994 follow-up, The Downward Spiral. Buzzing synthesizers and a hard, rolling bass line propel the decidedly industrial rock song, with Reznor’s distinctive vocals cutting through the dense …

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Trent Reznor: Just Because

From a Buzzfeed photo compilation titled 31 Hunks From 90s Bands: Then And Now. Most of them, of course, look better today. RELATED: I think the only reason I lived through a riotous 1990 Nine Inch Nails concert in Miami Beach is because booze was only served in the balcony, where it turned out we were safe from all the …

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