It was supposed the end of the electric guitar and rise of synths, samples and drum loops - we revisit Delete Yourself by Atari Teenage Riot
Atari Teenage Riot’s 1995 album Delete Yourself! was supposed to be at the start of the wave that would usher the end of guitar music and a takeover by synths, samples and drum machines. That didn’t exactly happen, however plenty of interesting albums were released during that time, and we’re checking out the German trio’s self-described “digital hardcore” debut.
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