Canadian label Artoffact just released an impressive 31-track compilation acting as an overview of what you kind find on the label.
STARK consists of David Gooday and Simon Granger. Both recently rejoined Nitzer Ebb (they left early on in the band’s career). Now they’re touring with Nitzer Ebb again, and are also releasing music under their own name.
Techno / electronic producer BT seems to be moving more and more into synthpop. This is evident on the debut album of his project All Hail the Silence, with British singer Christian Burns.
The techno-industrial rock duo Cubanate just announced their first new music in two decades.
Michael Arthur Holloway from Dead When I Found Her has been twiddling away on a side project called TV HWY.
Ex-Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür recently celebrated his birthday, and put up a post on social media where he announced he’s working on a new album.
Front Line Assembly’s Rhys Fulber has kept himself busy, and is already getting ready to release his second solo album under his own name.
Rhys Fulber from Front Line Assembly, Delerium – and too many projects to mention here – is embarking on a solo tour together with Swedish band Priest to coincide with his new album “Ostalgia”. We sent off a few questions for Rhys to see what it’s all about.