Tuesday, April 8, 2008


While I've been working Reactive-8 my blog for old skool techno, I've also been remembering my love for the classic Industrial / EBM, Dark Ambient, and Gothic Rock, that I was listening to simultaneously at home and at the clubs. Since I've run into bits and patches of these albums while running Freewave I thought I'd collect and share these in the same artist oriented fashion just like my other blog. I won't be pouring quite the same effort in B-L-J but will point to what's out there and recommend and request what's missing for those who might want to fill in the gaps. Hopefully this will be a joy for those replacing old albums they've long lost track of and for those this era partly passed by. It will be Industrial / EBM, Dark Ambient, and Gothic Rock up to about the year 2000 and not necessaily much afterwards...

Now a note: I am keeping my newest blog private. While Reactive-8 has been a wonderful success I am wanting to keep the newest blog's membership to a very active few. While I will likely be inviting my close friends of my blogs, I may also allow others who can definitely contribute. This includes those who can add in discussions or lists, find missing links, or upload missing singles, albums, mixes, or compilations. Take a look in comments for the four ways to get in.

If you already run an Industrial/Goth blog that fits our scope you are also welcome to get immediate access. Simply contact me and make sure you have your email address on your blog and we will send that address an invite!


PS. TheFreewave will continue, be public, and keep going strong.. and I'll cover all genres here!


Nice Goth with a lot of classics. some Alternative, Darkwave & Industrial too http://www.darkling666.blogspot.com/

My GØtHïÇ DãRk §PãÇ€

Bits of Goth, Indie, and Darkwave, Metal, and Industrial

Love, Pain, & Fear

Goth and Industrial. Huge artist list.


Lotsa Goth titles and A little New Wave & Industrial http://sheerinertia.blogspot.com/


Lotta scare Nineties Industrial. Some you may need to request again. http://industrialheads.blogspot.com/

Reasons why to search BLOGS for music

  • Faster downloads then p2p
  • Complete zipped albums. No more partial downloads
  • No networking knowledge needed like p2p (ie ports)
  • Scarce and obscure music, discographies, and box sets
  • Find recommended new music
  • Cross-linking on blogs = unlimited choices
  • Worksafe surfing
  • Like Used Record Store Shopping Online
  • Torrents will track. Time to move away from music torrents people.
  • Try before you buy!