John Fryer: “A depressingly apocalyptic version” of “What a Wonderful World”
Oct 2020 01

Legendary producer John Fryer has been hard at work bringing us new material from his own dark electronic project Black Needle Noise. [more...]

Pop duo Social Ambitions enters “A New Frontier”
Oct 2020 02

Electronic pop duo Social Ambitions (Anders Karlsson and Mikael Arborelius) has just released a new single edit and video for “Space”, a song “inspired by a feeling of freedom, curiosity and positive escapism” with hints of synthwave. [more...]

Industrial band Headscan returns, looking back at their career
Oct 2020 03

Canadian cyber industrial band Headscan released their last album in 2005, and has been quiet ever since. Now something is stirring in their camp again, and a bunch of re-releases are coming.


Oct 2020 12

Don’t miss our latest reviews of X Marks the Pedwalk, U96 and Wolfgang Flür, Assemblage 23, Reakton, Erasure, Rein and Progress 100.

Oct 2020 12

We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Ashbury Heights (original line-up), Rhys Fulber (in Bladerunner-style), Reakton (Kraftwerk-inspired), U96 and Wolfgang Flür, Diorama, Sammi Doll (from IAMX), Black Needle Noise (John Fryer), Dismantled and Social Ambitions (Swedish synthpop).

Oct 2020 16

Swedish band Vogon Poetry are obviously quite inspired by the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series of books, and the new album title further proves it.


Apop related synthpop duo Piston Damp ready for launch
Oct 2020 18

Hot on the heels of the new Apoptygma Berzerk EP “Nein Danke!” comes a brand new synthpop project with strong links to the Norwegain giant. [more...]

New EP:s from synthpop projects Train to Spain and Uncreated
Oct 2020 19

Vanguard member Patrik Hansson’s solo project Uncreated has a brand new EP out now titled “Break Free”. [more...]

Oct 2020 20

Danish EBM legend Leæther Strip will release a huge 10 CD box with all the releases from the now defunct label Zoth Ommog.


New FLA album with guests from F242 and Fear Factory
Oct 2020 21

Totally out of the blue, it was announced yesterday that there’s a new Front Line Assemby album coming on January 15, 2021.


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