The official song of the 2012 London Olympics was made by The Chemical Brothers, and in classic Chemical style it’s a pumping electronic track.
As if Klayton in Celldweller hasn’t given us enough this month with the release of his mammoth album “Wish Upon a Blackstar”, he’s already bringing us new material. [more...]
As you might know, Depeche Mode singer David Gahan has just released an album he made with together with the British band Soulsavers. It’s called “The Light the Dead See”, and while doing a one-off gig to promote it in Los Angeles, Rich (from Soulsavers) and David did an interview for DIY. Of course they talk about their collaboration, but there are also some Depeche Mode tidbits slipping out. [more...]
EMI has compiled a quite intriguing double album entitled “Electrospective”, chronicling electronic music from way back up to today. [more...]
Randolph & Mortimer is a new industrial act from Sheffield, England. In a real identity shocker, the members are named Randolph and Mortimer, and they are now giving away their track “The Markets” for free. [more...]
J. Strauss (Johan Fridh) is the mastermind and vocalist of Swedish industrial band Morlocks (that released the album “Outlaw of Fives” in 2011), but in his spare time he’s fiddling with his own solo material as Strauss Ex Machina. [more...]
Electronic Summer is a new indoor festival at the multi venue in Gothenburg, organized by Depeche Mode Party Gothenburg and PK Musik. The former consists of two seasoned people in the electronic scene – Henrik Wittgren and Sebastian Hess – and together they managed to run a very successful event, with a synthpop slant. After a draught of big events in the synth genre here in Sweden there seemed to be an unmet need in people that they could satisfy, and it was very close to sold out. Lots of familiar faces came out for this, and there have been an unanimous praise of the festival afterwards.
The German futurepop/synth band Neuroticfish have been laying dormant since 2005, when their last album “Gelb” was released. Lately there have been rumblings of a return, and now suddenly we have an album title. [more...]
If you go to Dependent Records on Soundcloud you can check out 2 clips from the upcoming “Airmech” video game soundtrack by Front Line Assembly.