Tag Archives: Jon Ehlers

Video Premiere: BANGLADEAFY “Espionage” – Toilet Ov Hell

“It’s dark and weird, but you won’t be able to turn away. ‘Espionage’ is a fever-dream drenched in bad acid and good cough syrup. It twists, turns, shifts, and discombobulates. It stays crunchy even in milk. Really, it’s the perfect … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: New Noise Magazine Premieres “Conch” Live Video With Feature On Member’s Inborn Hearing Loss; Vinyl Version Of Ribboncutter Out Next Week Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Spadafora] A new live video of “Conch” by New York City-based tech metal eccentrics BANGLADEAFY is now playing at New Noise Magazine, alongside a feature on the band’s Jon Ehlers, who was born with sensio-neural hearing loss. The feature … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Decibel Magazine Burns Off Some “Steam” From Ribboncutter; Debut LP From NYC Duo Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] Nefarious Industries is preparing for the release of the unhinged and bizarre rampage of NYC-based BANGLADEAFY, and their debut LP, Ribboncutter. With the record’s street date closing in, the album’s new “Steam” single has been premiered through Decibel … Continue reading

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Review: Tech Metal Duo BANGLADEAFY Release Title Track From Upcoming Ribboncutter LP – Everything Is Noise

“Drummer Atif Haq and Bassist/synth player/vocalist Jon Ehlers have once again delivered a high energy blast of unique, guitar-free tech metal with punky vocals that inspire feelings of resistance and uprising. The synth work on the track creates a fairly … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: No Clean Singing Premieres Title Track From Ribboncutter LP By NYC Tech Metal Duo; Album Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] No Clean Singing is now streaming “Ribboncutter,” the lead single and the title track to the proper debut LP by NYC synth-drenched tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY. The album is set for September release through Nefarious Industries, who … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter LP By New York Tech Metal Duo To See Release Via Nefarious Industries; Trailer, Tour Dates, And More Posted – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Spadafora] New York City-based tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY has completed their long-awaited debut album, Ribboncutter, now confirmed for digital, vinyl, and CD release through Nefarious Industries this fall. The album artwork, a brief trailer, and more has been posted, and … Continue reading

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SEE?: Unclassifiable NYC Act With Current/Former Members Of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, More Streams Lighteninging On Your Thames At New Noise Magazine – Earsplit Compound

The unclassifiable lunatic collective SEE? – formed by current/former members of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, Pseudo/Sentai, Cibo Matto, Seabrook Power Plant, Needle Driver, Die Trommel Fatale, Joan As Police Woman, Bassoon, Sugarlife, and more – is now streaming their entire Lighteninging … Continue reading

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SEE?, Featuring Current/Former Members Of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, And More, Premieres New Track At Decibel Magazine, Melts Faces – Earsplit Compound

Eccentric collective, SEE? – featuring current/former members of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, Pseudo/Sentai, Cibo Matto, Seabrook Power Plant, Needle Driver, Die Trommel Fatale, Joan As Police Woman, Bassoon, Sugarlife, and many other acts – has debuted a new single from their … Continue reading

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Track Premiere: SEE? Experiment On ‘SEE 6’ – Decibel Magazine

“Rest assured, when you click play, the sounds you hear aren’t your computer melting down — they’re the sounds of Nefarious Industries supergroup SEE?’s upcoming album, Lighteninging On Your Thames. […] In some sections, SEE? are funky and grooving. In … Continue reading

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