Sep 2020 05

German dark electronic veterans X Marks the Pedwalk are ready to release their 10th album. [more...]

Electronic quartet Code returns after 25 years
Sep 2020 08

Right on the cusp of the collapse of the legendary label Third Mind (Front Line Assembly, In the Nursery, Solar Enemy etc), a classic album was released. “The Architect” by Code contains a great mix of techno and synthpop with spacey bleeps and catchy melodies, and is largely considered a cult classic. Now, after 25 years, the band is readying their return.

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Sep 2020 09

We have updated our Spotify playlist. You’ll find new tracks from: New Order, Rein, Priest, Yello, Ionnalee, Kite, Xenturion Prome, Twice a Man and Johan Baeckström. A new batch will be posted soon – a lot of new music is released right now.

First New Order track in 5 years – listen here
Sep 2020 09

New Order have released their first new track in 5 years. [more...]

Sep 2020 10

London’s Design Museum’s “Electronic” exhibition will now run from 31 July until 14 February 2021, allowing many more to be able to attend this exhibition dedicated to the birth of electronic music. [more...]

New songs about faith and emotions – Hurts interviewed
Sep 2020 11

Release writer Sebastian Hess talked to Adam Anderson, one half of Hurts, about their 5th album “Faith”, partly recorded in Release hometown Gothenburg, struggling like Depeche Mode and the fact that singer Theo spent the first two weeks of lockdown in the company of only an octopus named Arnold. 

Singer Theo Hutchcraft has said that the new recordings were driven by the “darker elements of pop” and that the lyrics were inspired by “isolation, desperation and mania”. 

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Sep 2020 12

Autechre are set to release their new album “Sign” on the 16th of October. [more...]

Sep 2020 18

German electro artist Anthony Rother will soon be back with another full length album. [more...]

Sep 2020 18

We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Linea Aspera, Assemblage 23, X Marks the Pedwalk, Erasure, The Smashing Pumpkins, Nuclear Sludge, Seeming, Jeremy Inkel and Eisbrecher.