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Atari Teenage Riot puts a great deal of thought into their videos and if you are an ATR fan and this is something you might be interested in. Learn more about “Black Flags,” the political ideals of ATR, and how to get involved after the jump.
Atari Teenage Riot performed the brand new Tony Senghore remix of their hit, “Black Flags”, alongside Steve Aoki on the Dim Mak stage at the Optimus Alive Festival 2011 in Lisbon, Portugal this past month to an eager crowd of fans. Check out the video after the jump.
The legendary Rodney Bingenheimer, Mayor of the Sunset Strip, tastemaker, discoverer of most bands you care about from the last 35 years is behind ATR and regularly spinning “Blood In My Eyes”.
The release of Atari Teenage Riot’s Is This Hyperreal? drew rave reviews from the press. See some quotes after the jump.
Crafting quasi-political music with a punk influence and techno beats, German band Atari Teenage Riot paved the way for a new genre called digital hardcore when they emerged in 1992. After a 10 year hiatus, they reformed and released their fourth studio album this week, Is This Hyperreal?.
ATR’s iPhone app has been delayed by the German iTunes store due to a dispute over its content.
Free download link inside and be sure to check out the cover of the magazine after the jump.
Check out this Rock-A-Rolla x Atari Teenage Riot magazine scan and read the review written by David Bowes.