CIS Razgrom Music releases a CD with Swedish industrial duo Necro Facility in Russia called “Waste”. It contains rare tracks and the best ones from the 3 albums “The Black Paintings”, “The Room” and “Wintermute”.
Earlier this week, Toronto label Artoffact Records released its most ambitious product to date: the 10 CD box “Every Thing” with French electronic project Mlada Fronta.
- About 10 liters of sweat and blood went into this release. I’m super happy with the reaction and how it turned out, Artoffact’s Jacek Kozlowski says.
Progress Productions has signed Delaykliniken; an electropop trio from Stockholm that consists of Johan Svenson, Mikael Fyrek and Max Sokoleski. It’s not a new band – Delaykliniken has been around for a few years – and you can tell. [more...]
The next album from Erasure will be the Christmas-themed “Snow Globe”, with seasonal classics and original compositions. The album will hit the shelves on November 11 but first we can expect the single “Gaudete”, Erasure’s take on the famous Medieval Latin carol. [more...]
A short while ago, we wrote about the end of Code 64. After disbanding Code 64, the two members Bjørn Marius Borg and Hasse Mattsson have now unveiled their new project. It’s called Xenturion Prime, and they describe the sound as a “hybrid of electronic industrial and synthpop with cutting edge EDM and epic orchestral soundscapes”. Or “powersynth” as they call it. [more...]
This week, the 10-track debut album “The Gloomy and the Goony” of Swedish dreamwave / atmospheric synth artist Not Lars is released after 2,5 years in the making.
The impressive debut album “The Bones of What You Believe” (September 23/24) from Scotish synthpop trio Chvrches is now streaming for free (click here).
Industrial veterans Tolchock from Northern Sweden have released another single called “Selfextractor” from their forthcoming, delayed album “Elements of Rage”. This time Red Mecca have made remixes. Listen below. [more...]
The first DVD from German industrial and dark pop act In Strict Confidence is out now. “Panorama” holds 14 clips including “Morpheus”, “Tiefer”, “Engelstaub”, “Forbidden Fruit” and unreleased videos. Visual imagery and videos have always been a priority for the band. Watch the video trailer below. [more...]
Sonar just announced that Stockholm will be added to its list of festival cities. The venue will be Münchenbryggeriet, previously home of EBM festival Tinitus where Front 242, Klinik, And One and many more have performed. The dates are February 14-15.