We have received Progress Productions’ 10th anniversary compilation and have the details. On November 26, we will be served a double-CD with 28 “exclusive or previously unreleased” tracks from artists like Scapa Flow, Henric de la Cour, Kite, Cryo, Necro Facility, Wulfband, The New Division, Hype, Spark!, Vanligt Folk, Dupont, Sturm Café. [more...]
Industrial LA duo Youth Code has just released a video for the song “Consuming Guilt”. Watch it below. [more...]
Swedish industrial band Agent Side Grinder will return with a new single on November 26. This time they are on Progress Productions, home to Agent Side Grinder vocal collaborator Henric de la Cour. [more...]
We have just reviewed albums by Imogen Heap, Aphex Twin, Lights, Erasure, Youth Code and Presence of Mind.
Synthpop veteran Howard Jones is the latest in a long row of artists now turning towards crowdfunding to finance their projects. His upcoming project “Engage” is a multimedia, multigenre extravaganza that he wants to take on the road and also release on Bluray and DVD.
It is with a heavy heart I bring you the news that Mark Bell, the man behind LFO, has sadly passed away. [more...]
Swedish electro / punk / pop band Alice in Videoland is working on a new album, after a long break. [more...]
The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm will set up a theatre play based on 7 songs by the English dark rock band Joy Division in the spring.
Linea Aspera and Schwefelgelb were 2 of the most interesting electronic acts to emerge during the last years before they called it quits. Linea Aspera, that played a mix of synthpop and darkwave, with very strong lyrics, was just on the verge of a bigger break when they split up. Schwefelgelb on the other hand had a more punkish attityde, mixed with elements of NDW and EBM. Zoè Zanias and Sid Lamar were vocalists in each of these bands and about 2 years ago decided to start Keluar in Germany. [more...]
Midge Ure played Ultravox hits, covers and solo material at the concert in Gothenburg and the audience was impressed. Fredrik Wik was there with his cameras.