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Latest Interviews

The Use

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Electronic musician Michael Durek interviewed about the making of WHAT’S THE USE and his general creative process.

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Simple Minds

Simple Minds Jim Kerr interview

Jim Kerr talks about “Big Music,” the new album from Simple Minds that rivals any previous work from their long career.

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Digitalism

Digitalism

Jens ‘Jence’ Moelle and Ismail ‘Isi’ Tufekci of German band Digitalism discuss their ever-changing electronic sound.

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KMFDM

KMFDM Sascha Konietzko interview

Sascha Konietzko talks about the new KMFDM album, “Our Time Will Come,” the upcoming KMFDM sound library, and more.

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Knox Chandler

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Knox Chandler combines improvised guitar with extensive audio manipulation to create unique real-time soundscapes.

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Chrysalide

chrysalide

Chrysalide are a highly creative electronic/industrial trio from France founded by brothers Arco and Syco Trauma.

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Prude

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Jared Louche interviewed about the formation of Prude and their debut album, “The Dark Age of Consent.”

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Swans

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Swans are back with “To Be Kind” and a year-long world-wide tour. Michael Gira discusses the album, his musical process, and more.

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Ruby

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Having taken an extended break from music, Lesley Rankine has returned with a new Ruby album, “Waiting for Light.”

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Stephen Emmer

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Stephen Emmer interviewed about “International Blue,” an album that pays tribute to the ‘lost genre’ of the pop crooner.

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Information Society

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Paul Robb interviewed about the return of the original line-up with the “Land of the Blind” EP and upcoming “_hello world” album.

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Midge Ure

Midge Ure of Ultravox

Midge Ure talks about the making of his new solo album, ‘Fragile,’ the current status of Ultravox, music video and more.

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All Interviews

Chaos Control started as a printed zine in in 1992, going electronic early the following year. Collected here are MOST of the articles and interviews that have been featured. A few have slipped through the cracks, particularly entries from the early web version, but I am in the process of digging up the omissions get getting them back online. If you're interested in seeing follow-up interviews with any of these artists, be sure to contact me.

12 Rounds (1995)

808 State (1993)

A

Aphex Twin (1993)

Aphex Twin (1997)

Astralasia (2002)

Attrition (1999)

Attrition (2013)

B

Baby Fox (1996)

Billy Idol (1993)

Bjork (1993)

Blancmange (2011)

BT (2001)

C

C-Tec (1998)

Chrysalide (2014)

Cocksure (2014)

Cranes (2002)

Cranes (2005)

D

David J (1992)

Deathfix (2013)

Delerium (1997)

Delerium (2003)

Devo (2001)

Digitalism (2014)

DJ Harry (2004)

Download (1995)

Download (1997)

E

Emotikon (2012)

EON (1993)

F

Foetus (2001)

Freezepop (2007)

Front 242 (1992)

Front 242 (1998)

G

Gary Numan (2000)

Goon Moon (2007)

H

Halou (2002)

Halou (2006)

Hana (2001)

I

J

JoyCut (2014)

K

Kloq (2013)

KMFDM (2003)

KMFDM (2009)

KMFDM (2014)

L

Ladytron (2002)

Ladytron (2006)

Laibach (2008)

Laika (1998)

Levinhurst (2004)

Lush (1994)

M

Messiah (1994)

Midge Ure (2014)

Moby (1993)

Moby (1999)

Moev (2000)

Moev (2014)

Mono (1998)

Morcheeba (1998)

Mortiis (2004)

Murder Inc (1991)

N

O

Ogre (2008)

ohGr (2011)

One Dove (1995)

Orbital (2002)

Orbital (2002)

Orbital (2004)

Orbital (1993)

P

Plastikman (1995)

Portishead (1995)

Prude (2014)

Purity (2007)

R

Rammstein (2009)

Rasputina (2001)

Rasputina (2005)

Rasputina (2007)

Rasputina (2010)

Real Life (2009)

Real Life (2000)

Ror-Shak (2007)

Ruby (1995)

Ruby (2014)

Ruby (2013)

S

Scanner (1999)

Sect (1995)

Skold (2011)

Society 1 (2003)

Spice Lab (1993)

Subthunk (2003)

Sunscreem (1993)

Sven Vath (1994)

Swans (2014)

T

The Orb (1993)

The Orb (1994)

The Shamen (1993)

The The (2006)

The Use (2014)

Tweaker (2004)

Tweaker (2012)

U

Underworld (1994)

Underworld (2007)

V

VNV Nation (2009)

W

W.A.S.P. (1999)

X

Xorcist (1993)

Y

Young Gods (2007)

Z

Zardonic (2014)

ZIA (1993)