Apr 2022 01

Shocking news from Front 242. [more...]

Nitzer Ebb ready to tour
Apr 2022 03

Nitzer Ebb has posted a new video greeting about their new, extensive tour and we’re relieved to see that Douglas McCarthy is back. [more...]

Apr 2022 03

Swedish electronic pop band Kapitalet consists of Martin Sköld from Kent and Dejan Belgrenius and they’ve (very) slowly been releasing singles since their debut in 2020. Now they seem to have picked up the pace a little bit, since they have released two new singles this year!


Apr 2022 05

New album, new label. The third album from Swedish-French electro industrial outfit My Love Kills is a step forward.  [more...]

Apr 2022 09

A few days ago we wrote that Front 242 singer Jean-Luc De Meyer’s health was ”worrying”. [more...]

Apr 2022 10

Swedish electropop masterminds Kite have returned with a brand new track and video: “Panic Music”.


Old school Delerium now available digitally in remastered form
Apr 2022 14

Before Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber turned their Front Line Assembly side project Delerium into a chart topping ethereal pop phenomenon, they created a whole catalogue of dark, tribal, ambient music under that name.


Apr 2022 15

Hungarian dark alternative pop duo Black Nail Cabaret has released a video for the new song “Orchid” today (watch below). [more...]

Apr 2022 17

If you’re even somewhat acquainted with Swedish synthpop, you’ve probably heard something involving the two lads in Teleskop: brothers Jarmo and Jouni Ollila. Most notably Jarmo is the lead vocalist in Daily Planet, and both were in Mr Jones Machine. That band is no more and now the brothers have created the duo Teleskop.


Apr 2022 20

While Craig Huxtable is not making electro-industrial together with Chris Peterson in OHMelectronic, he has his own project Landscape Body Machine. The track “No Cable” was originally released in 1996, but Craig has decided to release a beefed up 2022 version, together with a bunch of remixes.


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