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    Another video interview with one of the awards betting sites, Gold Derby

    https://www.goldderby.com/feature/tr...ew-1203997681/

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    Charlie Clouser is in the new issue of Tape Op (Issue #141, Jan./Feb. 2021), and there's a decent chunk of talking about his time with NIN and the Natural Born Killers soundtrack. It's also in the print issue.

    https://tapeop.com/interviews/141/ch...ouser-scoring/

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    Quote Originally Posted by variablebitrate View Post
    Charlie Clouser is in the new issue of Tape Op (Issue #141, Jan./Feb. 2021), and there's a decent chunk of talking about his time with NIN and the Natural Born Killers soundtrack. It's also in the print issue.

    https://tapeop.com/interviews/141/ch...ouser-scoring/
    ha I love the diplomacy that nothing about throwing his gear into a dumpster is mentioned when he’s asked why he left NIN! One of the things I love about Charlie Clouser is that he worked on The Equalizer soundtrack in the 80s. I loved the theme for that by Stewart Copeland

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I mean with the headlines like "NIN's disastrous tour with GNR" and "Trent's feud with Chris Cornell" it's basically a youtube version of CoS.
    And the deliberate use of Tabloid Typefaces cements the intent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I mean with the headlines like "NIN's disastrous tour with GNR" and "Trent's feud with Chris Cornell" it's basically a youtube version of CoS.

    The content is decent and presented well.

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    Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Ludwig Goransson Lead 2021 SCL Awards Nominations


    https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/awards/9518950/trent-reznor-atticus-ross-lead-2021-scl-awards-nominations/

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    The 8-bit version of PHM is (hopefully) coming to vinyl!



    https://inversephase.bandcamp.com/ca...ght-machine-se

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    Trent & Atticus are nominated for a Golden Globe for their score to Mank!

    Golden Globes - IMDb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookster426 View Post
    Trent & Atticus are nominated for a Golden Globe for their score to Mank!

    Golden Globes - IMDb
    and Soul!

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    List of Nine Inch Nails performances is Wikipedia’s featured article today

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    I'm browsing Wikipedia and this is on the front page:
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    Danny Elfman posted a couple of videos of Robin tracking guitar on his new song “Sorry” on Instagram. Josh Freese also plays drums on this track, and the prior track “Happy.”

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    Kristina Olson (a fantastic musician who contributed to the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack) is wearing a NIN hoodie in this interview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzkokehead View Post
    Kristina Olson (a fantastic musician who contributed to the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack) is wearing a NIN hoodie in this interview.
    ive read people saying the music to this was very NIN like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    ive read people saying the music to this was very NIN like.
    She only has an EP and a few singles out so far, but I'd recommend her project, Le Destroy. The soundtrack to Cyberpunk 2077 is excellent on a whole, though.

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    T-shirt


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    Keith LeBlanc remembers working with TR (starts at 38 minutes)


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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Keith LeBlanc remembers working with TR (starts at 38 minutes)

    Motherfucker looks like he's preparing to execute order 66.

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    Not really sure how much this counts but I can't help but share

    https://twitter.com/brianchaley/stat...14690901790720

    I've gone back and forth with him on stuff before on Twitter, mostly movies, so I'm pretty happy for this fanboy moment of his here.

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    Interesting to hear from LeBlanc there. Had to laugh when he says about Reznor's genius when referring to the Precursor mix. Can't help wonder how the process went for those samples to end up with Coil to work from. Also, I guess that's where March Of The Fuckheads originates? I'd always wondered what that was about.

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    On spotify now listening to the solo album Keith made ( Major Malfunciton) that Trent loved - Every track sounds like its going to bust out into Down In It. Very PHM ish

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    Quote Originally Posted by azad_ninja View Post
    On spotify now listening to the solo album Keith made ( Major Malfunciton) that Trent loved - Every track sounds like its going to bust out into Down In It. Very PHM ish
    Check out the earlier Tackhead stuff also.



    Sound familiar?

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    As per usual, there’s a lot of NIN in the fantastic new Adam Curtis show ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’. It’s on BBC iPlayer but I watch with a VPN over here in the states.

    The new Ghosts albums basically score the first ep. Curtis’s work is essential viewing. He uses NIN a lot and most of his back catalogue is on YouTube. Hypernormalization and All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace are amazing too, but Century of the Self is his defining work.

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    A very odd convergence of my musical tastes: Manchester Orchestra has been teasing an upcoming release later this week and they've posted a Spotify playlist, which contains Copy of A. I'm not sure how this relates to the new album but I'm...curious.

    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3q...9fxdCXs5A&nd=1

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    Made the front page of imgur today:


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    Foo Fighters, talking about their track by track review of the new album.

    They are talking about odd time signatures.
    Half way into "no son of mine" Dave brings up his time in the studio recording drums for Trent.
    He doesn't name drop the song, but he does the beat/melody and you can totally tell it's [With_Teeth]


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    It took me playing back a live version with Jerome Dillon yelling "THREE FOUR" to convince my wife, a classically trained musician and choral composer, on where the beat started on that song.

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    I sorta agree with Dave that the double crash hit isn't on 1. If I were to explain to someone without playing the track, I'd say it's on 0.5! Unless TR counts one repetition as 16 instead and not 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManBurning View Post
    Foo Fighters, talking about their track by track review of the new album.

    They are talking about odd time signatures.
    Half way into "no son of mine" Dave brings up his time in the studio recording drums for Trent.
    He doesn't name drop the song, but he doesn't the beat/melody and you can totally tell it's [With_Teeth]

    Ha, beat me to it - just came in to post this. The way he describes the reaction to you're not getting it (the 1), is hilarious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    It took me playing back a live version with Jerome Dillon yelling "THREE FOUR" to convince my wife, a classically trained musician and choral composer, on where the beat started on that song.
    I guess this confusion explains why Dillon played the part that's on the record, not Grohl...

    Also funny because both songs are in common 4/4 time, just with weird syncopated riffs.
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