As a big fan of The Klinik I’m quite excited over the fact that the new studio album – “Eat Your Heart out” – created by the original members Marc Verhaeghen and Dirk Ivens will finally be released on March 1. There’s also a new member called Peter Mastboom joining the ranks. [more...]
Our 6th Best of 2012 list – from Tobias Eliasson – is on line. We’ve added his Spotify playlist at the bottom of the list page
The video for Depeche Mode’s “Heaven” single was launched today as planned. Watch it here. [more...]
British duo Hurts launched their high-budget video for the first single “Miracle” off their second album “Exile” today. Here is it is.
The last Best of 2012 list is online. Check out Niklas Forsberg’s favorites and listen to most of the albums and songs via Spotify links. We hope that you have discovered some new favorites of your own from all our lists.
Australia’s Parralox and Denmark’s Leather Strip have already released cover versions of the new Depeche Mode single “Heaven” (we have posted the YouTube links) – Leather Strip even prior to the release. Other covers and remixes are popping up on the www.
On a related note, web site The Quietus has already listened to the new album “Delta Machine”. [more...]
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...]
Agent Side Grinder won the Synth award at the Swedish independent Manifest awards last weekend with their album “Hardware”. [more...]
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...]