Rhys Fulber from Front Line Assembly, Delerium, Conjure One et al recently announced that he and Bill Leeb are working on a new Noise Unit album, which got a lot of fans excited. But that’s far from everything he’s got in the pipeline, so here’s an update on what’s brewing. First off: new Conjure One album.
In a short and sweet update, Cat Rapes Dog announced that they will release remastered versions of their pre-1998 albums.
A short teaser for the upcoming Haus Arafna album was just put up on YouTube. The post-industrial duo promises “more angst, less pop” this time around.
We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Erasure, Hurts, Pig remixed by Front Line Assembly, Arca featuring Björk, Page, Nation of Language, Planetdamage, Sydney Valette and Clan of Xymox.
Drive-in concerts is getting more and more common these days. So far VNV Nation and several others have tried this concept, in the harbor close to the Release HQ for instance (not VNV Nation though). A while ago, Gary Numan announced he will join Utilita’s ”Live from the Drive-in” series. [more...]
Snog has just put out a music video for “Death Is Only a Dream”, the last song from the new mature and philosophical electronic album “Lullabies for the Lithium Age” (Metropolis Records). [more...]
Prolific one man electronic pop project Assemblage 23, also known as Tom Shear, is set to release a new album on September 11th – and we talked to him about the new sound and pro-active shipping problem solving. [more...]
We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Apoptygma Berzerk, The Mobile Homes, Annie, Aesthetische, Yello, Uncreated feat. Robert Enforsen (Elegant Machinery) and Sombre View, that was featured on our cassette compilation “Sounds from the Electric Café” in the mid 90:s.
Their dedicated audience has patiently waited for a decision. Now this great DIY synthpop, wave and post-punk festival in August has been cancelled, as expected.
Swedish duo Covered in Snow, Tom Hedlund and Mikael Engström, have a brand new single waiting to be heard. Available on July 1st and entitled “Hurry up to Love Here”, it is a dreamy, indie tinged synthpop firecracker destined for airplay on the radio. [more...]