Covenant’s “Leaving Babylon” scheduled for September
Feb 2013 19

The Swedish electro legend that is Covenant is soon back with new material. The new album is called “Leaving Babylon” and is set for a September release on Dependent Records.

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Impressive Vancouver sound on free Interdictor EP
Feb 2013 19

Interdictor is a new Swedish industrial band consisting of Henrik Sundberg (Russia) and Christian Granström (Sweden). They have just released a EP called “Noumenon” and the sound is described as a mix between Interlace, Front Line Assembly and Decoded Feedback.

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New album from Mind.in.a.box side project Thyx in May
Feb 2013 18

Stefan Poiss from Mind.in.a.box has announced a new album with his side-project Thyx. “Below the City” will be released by Metropolis on May 14.

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Best of 2012 according to Release Magazine
Feb 2013 15

You have hopefully noticed that we have published the Release writers’ Best of 2012 lists (individually this year). Now, all the lists are on line. [more...]

Melotron is on the move again
Feb 2013 15

After a long hiatus – the last album “Propaganda” was released in 2007 – the German bodypop trio Melotron is gaining momentum again, getting ready to release the album “Werkschau” in the spring. [more...]

Release Magazine is now on Twitter!
Feb 2013 13

Release Magazine is now on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReleaseMusicMag. Follow us and get magazine updates, news, listening tips, previews, comments and more.

Progress plans for new Henric de la Cour, Code 64 and Kite
Feb 2013 13

As usual, the Swedish electro and indie label Progress Productions are keeping themselves busy. In the coming months they have a lot of stuff coming up, and here’s what they have told us. [more...]

Manifest award to Agent Side Grinder
Feb 2013 12

Agent Side Grinder won the Synth award at the Swedish independent Manifest awards last weekend with their album “Hardware”. [more...]

Exile Hurts… or: We’d love to be a Polivoks
Feb 2013 08

The Hurts saga is quite the opposite of what one tends to believe is the situation for young musicians these days. In 2009; a hit tune, “Wonderful Life”, with an amateur video landed a recording deal with the RCA etiquette Major Label  and a year later Hurts’ debut album “Happiness” was released. Since then, Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson have been touring like crazy all over the world.

Now Hurts are back with their second album “Exile”. They have once again recorded in our hometown Gothenburg so we just had to book an interview. We had a nice chat with Mr Anderson who revealed that “Exile” was an industrial album to begin with. [more...]

Wolfgang Flür reviews Kraftwerk
Feb 2013 07

Former Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür has reviewed one of the recent Kraftwerk performances in Düsseldorf and The Quietus has published a shortened version, translated from German. It’s as interesting as it is depressing.

Click here to read the review

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