Douglas McCarthy was admitted to hospital prior to the Nitzer Ebb concert in West Palm Beach. [more...]
Today we saw the release of “Starbeam”, the first sign of life from William Orbit in seven years.
After many delays, it seems the Mesh Blu-ray documenting the “Looking Skyward” tour is finally here.
Don’t miss our latest reviews of new albums from Ravenous, Actors, Duran Duran, Voice and Oscillator, Sneaker Pimps, Piston Damp, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Maschine Brennt, Noise Unit and Mildreda.
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Some time ago, a track called “Brave Bodies Burn” was released on Spotify and Tobias Bernstrup posted a comment about it on Facebook asking what this exciting new track was and who was behind it. As it turns out, it was Tobias himself who had started a new project with Erica Li Lundqvist from popular newcomer Abu Nein. [more...]
We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Mildreda, Hocico, Duran Duran, Tears for Fears, Operating Tracks feat Emma from The Guilt, Sneaker Pimps, Emigrate feat Till Lindemann, Maschine Brennt, The Brides of the Black Room and Kat von D. More Spotify batches to follow soon.
Swedish electro EBM artist Rein was just announced as support for industrial legends Front Line Assembly on their spring tour of the US.
Long-time And One member Joke Jay has a new album ready to be launched. [more...]
Way back, 25 years ago, a guy called Craig Huxtable in Vancouver released his debut album “Structure” under the moniker Landscape Body Machine. Now, this classic has been given a 25th anniversary treatment. Craig has since gone on to make more albums as LBM, and was also a collaborator in Noise Unit and FLA. [more...]