I DIE: YOU DIE’S TOP 25 OF 2015: 25-16

Alex Kennedy and Bruce Lord of I Die: You Die has always been unduly supportive of Glass Apple Bonzai. Incidentally, Alex Kennedy was instrumental in pushing me to finish the first GAB album and start performing live. It doesn’t surprise me, but continually flatters me that they speak so highly of my creative output and have shown that they are purveyors and curators of a vast musical future where the forum of discussion is always open but not held back by favouritism and pandering.
If they don’t like something they are very vocal about it, while still calling in the merits of any given piece of work.
What they say about my music doesn’t even feel contrived or forced. And for that I am absolutely honoured and thrilled to have “Night Maze” included on their “Best of 2015” year-end list.
Click the photo below to visit their page and give all of the acts listed a few minutes of your time.IGUG-YEAR-END-GRAPHICS-2015-2-06


GAB Performing at AFTERMATH Festival

As most of you know, Kinetik Festival – one of the bigger Industrial/Electronic/EBM festivals – was canceled. Not only for this year, but apparently forever and ever.
Kinetik was to be the stage, literally, for Glass Apple Bonzai’s debut live performance and with the collapse of the festival it seemed that perhaps some rescheduling was in order, and of course huge amounts of disappointment.

Enter the fine minds of Troy Hilton (Darker Side of Light Promotions), Alex Kennedy (I Die:You Die), and Scott Fox (iVardensphere) put their noses to the grind stoned and made a new fire from the ashes of Kinetik.
This fire is called “AFTERMATH :: Industrial/EBM/Synthpop May 22-25th, 2014 ::“, and as you can see it takes place the same weekend that Kinetik was scheduled.


That’s right, we’ve been reinstated and will be performing our debut gig at Aftermath.
Here’s a banner. Because…banners.
AFTERMATH: Industrial/EBM/Synthpop Festival

I know it says “Industrial” on the banner/cover/image/whatever but it’s not just industrial music. Trust me.

I’m really jazzed to be a part of this festival and can’t wait to perform the Bonzai material live. Especially to a bunch of people…instead of the usual room full of 15 people at a dank bar with the crappiest sound system ever. (OK, I kinda like those shows too)

Anyhow, in the meantime I’m busy preparing all of the perk packages for the Indiegogo campaign, and rehearing for the live set.
Hope to see some of you at AFTERMATH!


– Daniel X. Belasco

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