“Need Some1″ is the new lead single from the Prodigy, and takes a classic sample from Loleatta Holloway (of Black Box “Ride on Time” fame), and mixes it with some classic Prodigy fire. [more...]
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Ohm released their self-titled debut album back in 2013, and are working on new material as we speak. And now they’re changing the name to OHMelectronic.
Finnish synthesizer wizard Kebu has been forced to cancel his fall tour due to health issues (stress and heart related). We wish him a speedy recovery.
The German TV channel NDR has posted a free recording of Front 242 live at M’era Luna 2018. Both image and sound are of very high quality.
Only a year and a half year after their critically acclaimed album “Nyctophilian”, Stcokholm post-punk/goth rock four-piece Then Comes Silence released their fourth album “Blood”. It came out in October 2017 on Nuclear Blast, thus they changed label from Gotland based Novoton. Extending the “Blood” tour into 2018, Then Comes Silence returned to Hamburg supporting ChameleonsVox (formerly The Chameleons). Release met up the band members just after their arrival at the venue to have a chat about the return of the post-punk/goth scene and why it’s easier to play in Germany than on home turf in Sweden. [more...]
Swedish electro-punk band Alice in Videoland call it quits. Before the members move on to other projects, they will say farewell on one “Last Tour”.
1981 was a remarkable synthpop year with releases like Depeche Mode’s ”Speak and Spell”, Soft Cell’s “Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret” and The Human League’s “Dare”. And then we have Midge Ure’s Ultravox, with the classic single ”Vienna” (taken from the 1980 album with the same name) and the album ”Rage in Eden”.
Release’s Fredrik ”Schlatta” Wik focused on the Ultravox album ”Brilliant” and its tour in his 2012 Midge Ure interview. Now, Midge sat down with Release again, at the Amphi Festival in Cologne, for an interesting chat about his overall career and how working as a musician, songwriter and singer has changed since the 80:s.
In July, we told you about Nitzer Ebb’s comeback and their Amphi show next year. Now, three more dates have been added (and more will follow). [more...]
The new Henric de la Cour album “Gimme Daggers” is now set for a September 14 release on Progress Productions. We have a promo and a review is in progress. Listen to the new single ”Kowalski Was Here” below. [more...]