Tag Archives: Trent Reznor

Perry Farrell on Jane’s, Reunions In General

Perry Farrell is struggling to keep the recently reunited Jane’s Addiction together before they’ve even kicked off their summer touring schedule. It seems the reasons the band broke up in the first place are still there and not even mediation by Trent Reznor can help. “He did his best to be both producer and psychologist,” … Continue reading Perry Farrell on Jane’s, Reunions In General

Unreleased Early Elliott Smith: Nine Inch Nails Diss Track

Video: Elliott Smith – “We’re All Friends Now” This is footage shot by Mary Lou Lord somewhere in Canada in 1995. Lyrics are a badass smackdown of a music industry showcase for Nine Inch Nails: The feedback starts and the singer yells“I’d rather die than give you control”But he’s already sold the whole damn thing … Continue reading Unreleased Early Elliott Smith: Nine Inch Nails Diss Track

Saul Williams – World On Wheels

MP3: Saul Williams – “World On Wheels” from The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust, out now on iTunes and in stores July 8. Produced by Trent Reznor. The official release features 5 exclusive tracks including “List of Demands (Reparations).” Previously: Saul Williams.

Trent Reznor Loves Oink, Tired of John Mayer’s Face

Trent Reznor and Saul Williams Discuss Their New Collaboration, Mourn OiNK in New York Magazine: Trent: I’ll admit I had an account there and frequented it quite often. At the end of the day, what made OiNK a great place was that it was like the world’s greatest record store. Pretty much anything you could … Continue reading Trent Reznor Loves Oink, Tired of John Mayer’s Face

Saul Williams One-Ups Radiohead

The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust!Taking a lesson from Radiohead’s recent experiment (and improving upon it), Saul Williams is letting fans decide whether or not to pay for his new album, The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust, produced by Trent Reznor.

Trent Reznor Collaborates With Saul Williams

Trent Reznor Collaborates With Saul Williams: “Both of us tend to go very hard, and together we’ve created something that sounds more beautiful than hard. It’s a middle finger up to the idea of genre, yet a beautiful, long, loving embrace to the idea of song structure and quality.” Could be interesting.