Bristol synthpop duo Mesh will release no less than two new albums this year.
Front Line Assembly is going on the road again in March, this time in Europe, and the complete tour plan has just been released.
Don’t miss our Scandinavian live guide On Stage (the rest of the magazine is 100% international though). Recently, we have added dates with OMD, Schwefelgelb, Rein, Susanne Sundfør, Hocico, The Mobile Homes, AD:Key, Philip Glass, Leæther Strip, The Human League, DAF and Wulfband.
Agent Side Grinder grabbed the Swedish Manifest Synth Award last weekend, for their critically acclaimed 2015 album “Alkimia”. [more...]
It seems a lot of people are looking forward to the extensive “A Very British Synthesizer Group Tour” that The Human League have announced. The tour will take them through Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium The Netherlands and the UK in November and December. [more...]
Swedish industrial veterans Misery Loves Co. return after 16 years. They are currently preparing live performances and new music. [more...]
Swedish EBM newcomers Nattskiftet will deliver their first physical product in one week. The 6-track maxi CD “Aceton” will feature 3 songs and remixes by Spetsnaz and Xenturion Prime.
Check out Niklas Forsberg’s Best of 2015 list.
It seems that the next Bloc Weekender, to be held 11th-13th March, could be the last one ever. The UK festival, a personal favourite of recent times, has decided to call time on the festival after 10 years. [more...]
The new single “The Pop Kids” was debuted on BBC Radio 2 on February 16, and Pet Shop Boys also put up a lyric video on YouTube. Check it out and read all the details about extra tracks and so forth after the jump.