The label Artoffact has been re-releasing classic Front Line Assembly albums on special edition coloured vinyl, as well as a bunch of other artists such as Haujobb, Controlled Bleeding, Psyche, Rational Youth and Cevin Key. Now they’re working on re-releasing the classic Noise Unit albums. [more...]
The last album from Mesh was 2013:s “Automation Baby” which became the Bristol duo’s biggest hit so far, with top 30 chart performance in Germany, and hords of new fans discovering the band on the successful tour. After three years of diligent work by Richard Silverthorn and Mark Hockings the strong follow up “Looking Skyward” is ready, and we thought it was time to catch up with the band so we sent over a couple of questions to Richard over in Bristol, UK.
A short teaser video for an upcoming Erasure anthology called “From Moscow to Mars” was just released. This insane package is filled with cool stuff.
Nathan Cooper aka Kid Kasio has a new video out, and you can watch it after the jump.
Bill Leeb’s and Rhys Fulber’s resume is indisputable, with a whole bunch of both seminal and successful albums under their belt. After some adventures apart, they recently joined forces again to make a new Delerium album. “Mythologie” is a darker, and in many ways more modern sounding album than previous efforts, and I thought it would be interesting to ask Bill some questions to get the skinny on how “Mythologie” got made.
Dennis Ostermann and his band In Strict Confidence hasn’t released an album since 2012, when “Utopia” came out. Now it’s time for new material and following two new singles that are already out, a new album comes in November.
The second Best of 2016 list is here, this time from Johan Carlsson. Mesh, Rein, Bowie, Max Cooper and Spark! are some of his favorites.
Italian synthpop band Syrian, with Andylab and Voyager behind the mixing desk, has just posted a very short teaser online. [more...]