Watch the video clip “Bruderschaft” from Heimataerde, a German band mixing electronic, industrial and medieval music. The new album “Kaltwaerts” was released last Friday, a new chapter in the fictional tales of Ashlar von Megalon. [more...]
It’s been way too long since the world was blessed with a Daily Planet album. The synthpop duo’s excellent debut album “The Tide” came out as far back as in 1996 and after that the Johan Baeckström and Jarmo Ollila ventured off to other projects like Jarmo’s Mr Jones Machine.
This year we finally got first the single “Trust/Fragile” and then the new album “Two”, so I contacted them to find out more about what has happened and what the future holds. They reveal that they are already working on a new album. [more...]
After the news of Aphex Twin releasing his first album in 13 years, the last 2 weeks have provided a flurry of activity – here is an update. [more...]
Electronic Summer is upon us and we will tweet from the festival. Head over to https://twitter.com/ReleaseMusicMag where we often post exclusive info, links, videos and more.
On November 22, Gothenburg label Progress Productions will celebrate its 10 Year Anniversary in their hometown. Most of their artists will perform live: Kite, Henric de la Cour (pic), Kingdom of Evol feat Freddie Wadling, Xenturion Prime, Wulfband, Angst, Vanligt Folk and Daily Planet. [more...]
“A Film of Faith and Devotion” about Depeche Mode Fans in Gothenburg will premiere at the Electronic Summer festival on Saturday, during 2 screenings, as part of a Depeche Mode Convention. Trailer below. [more...]
Einstürzende Neubauten will take their new “Lament” performance to a number of venues in November and December. The current tour schedule can be found before, and more dates will be added. [more...]
Hard electronics band Kopfer Kat has decided to quit. Kopfer Kat released the album “Skrammelpop” on Progress Productions in 2010. [more...]
By: Sebastian Hess & Henrik Wittgren (Organizers of Electronic Summer & Winter festivals in Gothenburg)
In the aftermath of Alt-Fest we wanted to share our thoughts about organizing events and festivals. Especially how high-risk festivals without proper funding jeopardize every other event and festival in the scene. [more...]