Rising EBM star Rein performed in Stockholm on March 10. Browse Jonas Carlson Almqvist’s pics below. [more...]
Browse our pictures from the Schwefelgelb gig in Stockholm on March 19. Arvsynd was support act. [more...]
Jonas Carlson Almqvist from Release brought his camera to Front Line Assembly’s concert in Stockholm in March 2016. Rhys Fulber joined this tour and was on stage the whole time. Browse our gallery below. [more...]
EBM tracks are known to be very direct and usually between 3 and 4 minutes long. Release writer Sebastian Hess decided to ambush Mattias Ziessow from Spark! for an interview as short as a track. The interview clocked in at 3 minutes and 40 seconds.
Browse our photo gallery from Combichrist’s Stockholm concert on June 14, with some comments on the show here and there. The Make Europe Great Again tour is supported by Filter and Lord of the Lost.
There are not many places I would rather be in the world when it comes to June. So having my accreditation letter in one hand, passport and boarding pass in the other, and two cameras and a notebook in my bag, it was off to the airport and Sonar in Barcelona again.
I looked forward to another good festival, and was open to new experiences, as there seemed to be a huge variety of acts this year – and a lot of new acts I hadn’t really heard of too. So, once I got the formalities out of the way, it was on to the music. [more...]
Browse our gallery from Bråvallafestivalen, Norrköping, Sweden, with photos of Rammstein, Editors, Nightwish and others by Martin Wilson (Release). [more...]
Browse our gallery from the Stockholm Music & Arts festival, where Kraftwerk, Air, Sigur Rós, Nicole Sabouné, Mogwai, Anna von Hausswolff and others performed. [more...]
Release writer Sebastian Hess went to a ”hipster” festival to try to find some synthpop. He made it out alive with at least a few findings and feeling somewhat confused – but mostly just very privileged.
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.