or over 10 years, Alex and Adam of Chicago’s Kill Memory Crash have been developing their own blend of dark electronic music, influenced by the decay of modern life. Having started their musical career in Detroit, Kill Memory Crash began performing at raves and warehouse parties in the mid-to-late 90’s, slowly translating their leftfield influences into their own cryptic language. Because of their divided approach, the duo was forced to develop their own style, with early works resembling dark chasms of industrial noise underscored by rigorously precise rhythms. Their indifference to the popular styles of the day led them
into an almost self-imposed exile from the music business and only extremely limited vinyl pressings ever surfaced until they joined Ghostly International in 2002. Alex and Adam have honed their music to its current state, a sinister blend of industrial techno, electro, and ambient, working away at the boundaries that held them as outsiders until now. Their 2003 debut mini-LP When The Blood Turns Black proved a fine introduction to the Ghostly brand, and their debut full-length American Automatic followed in spring of 2005. Their projects as Kill on Spectral have seen them focusing more on the dancefloor.