2013 is behind us and it’s time for Release Magazine’s annual Best of-lists. We publish them one by one and first out is Johan Carlsson.
Laibach’s 2014 “Spectre” tour grows and below, you can see what the tour schedule currently looks like. “Spectre” is the new Laibach album that will be out in a couple of months – March it looks like now.
Gothenburg electronic music label Progress Productions celebrates 10 years with a series of anniversary releases 2014.
Synthpop quartet Thermostatic restarted with a concert at the Electronic Autumn festival in Gothenburg last year and tomorrow their comeback single will make its first appearance at another Gothenburg gig at Jazzhuset.
The new single “Rescue, Mister” from Canadian weird electropop act Trust (Robert Alfons) is out now. Listen below.
Newcomer synthpop duo Machinista is slowly building a reputation and on March 7 it’s time for the 10-track EP “Arizona Lights”, which is a teaser from the upcoming debut album (details tba).
“Imperial Austrian Industrial” project Nachtmahr gives away a song from the new album “Feindbild”: “Liebst du mich?”. There is a Soundcloud player below but the song is also available as a free download.
Click here to listen to “The New Black”, taken from the upcoming album “Til Death” (Feb. 11) from US industrial pop act Aesthetic Perfection.
Female synthpop project Feathers from Austin, Texas, delivers their new EP “Only One” today and on Wednesday, they join the Depeche Mode tour as support act. Listen to the EP below.
German futurepop duo Seabound’s new album “Speak in Storms” is now set for a release – in one month, on February 11 (US, Metropolis Records) and 14 (Europe, Dependent Records). Singer and lyricist Frank Spinath, who works as a professor of psychology in Germany, and keyboardist Martin Vorbrodt, who has started a new life in USA, have not released a Seabound album in 7 years.