Synthpop perfection – Daily Planet interviewed
May 2017 29

Swedish duo Daily Planet makes soft, melodic, very analogue synthpop and their 1996 debut “The Tide” is one of the strongest Swedish synthpop albums ever. After a 18 year hiatus they returned with the follow up “Two” a few years ago. And now they’ve just released album number three, which gets raving reviews including a nine in Release. We decided to catch up with Jarmo Ollila and Johan Baeckstrom.

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“Dependence 2017″ compilation coming this week
Sep 2017 12

As is tradition, the German electronic label Dependent has a compilation album out this year too.  [more...]

Support acts for Depeche Mode’s winter tour of Europe announced
Sep 2017 19

After their hugely successful tour of both Europe and the US, Depeche Mode will play more European dates in the winter. This is not news – but who they’re bringing with them as support is.

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Sep 2017 20

After a flurry of Thyx albums, Stefan Poiss has returned to his Mind.in.a.box moniker and readied a new album. He’s just released a preview of what it sounds like. Check out the video below.

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Oct 2017 05

The new album from industrial tribal trance outfit iVardensphere is due out in November.

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Oct 2017 07

Inertia is a London based electro industrial band that’s been going at it for 25 years, and now it’s time for their latest album to hit the shops.

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Nov 2017 01

To get you in the Halloween mood, Swedish synthwave guru Mitch Murder have released two scary tracks for free on his Soundcloud. Listen below.

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Nov 2017 13

The beginning of 2018 will see the return of legendary electronic outfit Meat Beat Manifesto.

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“Nein!” – new song by electrowave project The Invincible Spirit
Nov 2017 13

The Invincible Spirit gave us the perennial club hit “Push” way back in 1986 and several hits and albums followed. Now, Dortmunder Thomas Lüdke’s electrowave project is back with a new song, “Nein!”, and you can check out a trailer after the jump.

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The Xenturion Prime directive – the powersynth trio interviewed
Nov 2017 17

Swedish / Norwegian powersynth band Xenturion Prime emerged from the ashes of Code 64 when Hasse Mattsson and Bjørn Marius Borg joined forces. They released their excellent debut album “Mecha Rising” in 2014, and then entered radio silence until now. These days the band have added Cathrine Räisänen Andersen to the roster and is thereby a trio. The new album “Humanity Plus” is out now on Progress Productions, and it’s a damn good one. We decided to have a chat with the band about what they’ve been up to since last time. [more...]

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