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Youth Code is an American EBM duo, formed in 2012 by Sara Taylor and Ryan George in Los Angeles, California. The duo's musical style, following the model of early Wax Trax! Records, has been described as industrial music infused with "hardcore angst." Following their self-released Demonstrational Cassette in 2012 and a chance meeting with Psychic TV, Youth Code were invited to release their first single, "Keep Falling Apart", through Angry Love Productions (the label's first non-Psychic TV release). Since then, they have released two full-length studio albums, an EP, and two additional singles.
In 2013, Youth Code signed with Dais Records, releasing their self-titled debut and served as the opening act for groups such as AFI, Suicide Commando, and Nothing. The pair's music has drawn the attention of mainstream media outlets such as the Los Angeles Times and Pitchfork, as well as praise from major industrial acts such as Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly, who invited them on the Eye vs. Spy Tour in 2014. Youth Code opened for Skinny Puppy's Down the SocioPath Tour later in 2015 and have since continued to perform throughout the country. They released their second album, Commitment to Complications, in April 2016.
In 2015, Youth Code toured through Europe "selectively" on their own and in the United States with Skinny Puppy during the 17 date Down the SocioPath tour. In late 2015, the duo released the single "Anagnorisis", which was produced by Rhys Fulber. A special "clear smoke" edition was made available for purchase only during the Down the SocioPath tour. Youth Code released their second studio album, Commitment to Complications, in April 2016 to positive critical reception. Hans Rollman from PopMatters gave the album a positive review, proclaiming that "Youth Code haven’t reinvented industrial electronic music, but they’ve certainly reinvigorated it and upped the standard." Steven Gullotta of Brutal Resonance magazine stated that the album was an "endearing showcase of their Youth Code's love for not only industrial and EBM as a whole, but a wide array of rebellious and anti-everything attitudes." The album once more features Fulber's production, as well as guest appearances by Ben Falgoust of Goatwhore and Todd Jones from Nails. The duo went on tour in 2016 to support the new record.
In April 2017, Chelsea Wolfe and Deafheaven vocalist George Clarke joined with Youth Code to release a remix of the song "Lost at Sea". All proceeds from the song were donated to Planned Parenthood. Later that year, Wolfe announced that Youth Code would be touring with her band to promote her album Hiss Spun. Youth Code embarked on their first Australian tour in April 2018 alongside the Melbourne-based industrial group Kollaps. They released the single "Innocence" in November 2018, a collaborative effort with the noise rock band Health, with whom they toured with the following year.
Taylor joined Fred Sablan, Piggy D., and Alex Lopez of Suicide Silence in forming the punk group Heavens Blade, which released its first EP in October 2019. Youth Code took part in the Dia De Los Deftones festival in November 2019 alongside Gojira and Chvrches. In December, Taylor joined My Chemical Romance for their reunion show at the Shrine Exposition Hall in Los Angeles and performed the song "You Know What They do to Guys Like Us in Prison". The Swedish hardcore act Refused announced that Youth Code would be joining them on their 2020 North American tour.
Youth Code have been influenced by a number of different artists who occupy genres ranging from EBM/industrial to heavy metal. Some of these artists include Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Godflesh, Ministry, and Nitzer Ebb, among many others. Taylor has referred to Skinny Puppy's "Worlock" as "one of the most influential songs" she had ever heard, while George has described Bill Leeb from Front Line Assembly and Noise Unit as "one dude I look up to."
Using these influences, along with a variety of synthesizers, samplers, and drum machines, Youth Code created a style that has been described as "abrasive, discordant, and violently fast." Taylor and George also draw from their past experience with the hardcore music scene. George has stated that "we listen to a lot of pretty music, punk, metal, industrial, techno stuff, and we kind of put everything into a blender without trying to mimic Nitzer Ebb", with Taylor responding "not that we ever tried to mimic Nitzer Ebb." Taylor has stated with regards to industrial music that "if five kids per 2500 capacity venue go home and Google what Skinny Puppy actually is, we’ve done our job for a genre we really like."
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