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Music, Germany’s Cluster still makes heads spin three decades on

Germany’s Cluster still makes heads spin three decades on

Very few bands can be considered the grandfathers of New Age, ambient techno, electro-pop, and underground noise. But Germany's Cluster, a duo of Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius, spawned not only those variegated genres, but also a slew of others…
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Music, Reviewed Wolf Eyes

Wolf Eyes

In its live sets, Michigan trio Wolf Eyes' music has been known to trigger pain in unlikely places of its audience members' bodies. (For instance, the last time I saw the group perform, these maleficent Midwesterners' high frequencies sent ripples…
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Music, Razed by Wolves

Razed by Wolves

New York City, Spring 2002 It's nearly 1 a.m. Across the bar, the members of Michigan noise-rock trio Wolf Eyes cavort like drunken monkeys with their entourage of New York scenesters and old Midwest pals. The whole thing is just…
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Music, Hear This Hear This

Hear This

Like the hyperactive offspring of Sub Pop's Wolf Eyes, Oakland's quantum noise-engineers D Yellow Swans have released a heaping closetful of vinyl, cassettes, and CD-R's since their inception circa 2001. My latest acquisition from the duo is a self-titled CD-R…
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Music, Reviewed Wolf Eyes

Wolf Eyes

In Japan, the march of industry has created the "dark factory," which is staffed entirely by robots and so never needs to turn on the lights; likewise, noise/dub/industrial trio Wolf Eyes remembers humanity only by its absence. The voice on…
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