After a long hiatus for five years, Norwegian industrial artist Mortiis returned in 2015 with his album “The Great Deciever”. Now he’s back with a remix album.
One of Sweden’s finest synthpop bands are finally back with new material. [more...]
The Swedish alternative and electronic label Progress Productions have just signed a duo called Dnr & Do.
The nominees for the Swedish independent Manifest awards 2017 have been announced. There are numerous categories, but we’ll focus on “synth/electronic” as it’s probably most fitting for Release readers. [more...]
Daniel Graves and his project Aesthetic Perfection is going on a headline tour of the US for the first time in three year. In a video message on Facebook Graves talks about the reality that bands have to face these days.
Swedish Rein entered the hard electronics scene as a breath of fresh air last year, and after an EP and single, she’s been working away on new material. [more...]
Paris based solo electronic artist James Kent (Perturbator) was victim to a music gear theft mid-tour. [more...]
Peter Marchione (Release) lists his 2016 favorites. And as a bonus at the end: a Spotify playlist.
A few days ago a poster appeared spurring rumors of the return of the JAMS. This is one of numerous aliases used by masterminds and tricksters James Cauty and Bill Drummond, perhaps most known as the KLF.
Fredrik “Schlatta” Wik (Release) lists his 2016 favorites.