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Industrial Revolution


In late 1991, Nirvana released Nevermind and the pop world was turned upside down. Coexisting as a musical subculture was industrial, a mix of metal, hip hop, and noise. Grunge became the king, Nirvana became iconic, industrial kept existing. 25 later, I still maintain that Industrial was the stronger genre, it has had a more enduring influence, and it still holds up better than grunge. Either way, for me, teen angst in the early 90s wasn't flannel, feedback laden and based in Seattle; it was dark, filled with Stanley Kubrick-samples, looked like a David Lynch movie and was based cross-continentally in Chicago and Germany.

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