Rewind – The 80:s Festival at Scone Palace, Pert, Scotland on July 26-28 will be headlined by A Flock of Seagulls, OMD, Howard Jones, Kim Wilde and Nik Kershaw. [more...]
It’s time for the next Best of 2012 list; this time from Fredrik “Schlatta” Svensson (who just watched a bunch of Kraftwerk 3D performances in Düsseldorf by the way).
Release Magazine’s Peter Marchione wrote down the best albums, songs, live artists, newcomers and artists of 2012. He also compiled a Spotify playlist (to be found at the bottom of his list page).
Conjure One is the solo project from Rhys Fulber (FLA and Delerium) and he is currently working on a new album, to come out sometime this year. The first single will be called “Under the Gun” and features Leigh Nash on vocals. It’s out on March 25, with a second single called “Still Holding on” due this summer. [more...]
Swedish industrial duo Seven Trees re-releases their strong debut album “Embracing the Unknown” from 1997. [more...]
Release Magazine’s annual Best of-lists are here. This time, we publish them one by one and first out is Johan Carlsson. [more...]
This Monday, on January 14, French label InFiné released a compilation of 12 tracks from 11 artists. None other than Jean Michel Jarre selected all tracks. [more...]
Combichrist released the song “Feed the Fire” on YouTube today, with scenes from the game it is taken from: “DmC Devil May Cry”. Combichrist have contributed 13 new tracks and 10 classics to the game. We first reported about this in July 2012. [more...]
We wish to thank all that visited the Release Magazine exhibition at Electronic Winter in Gothenburg last Saturday. [more...]
Fields of the Nephilim (pic), Das Ich, Covenant, S.P.O.C.K, Hocico, Welle:Erdball, The Knife, Men Without Hats, Veronica Vasicka, A Spell Inside, Susanne Sundfor, Mesh, Leather Strip, Armageddon Dildos, Inertia, S.P.O.C.K and Howard Jones are just some of the additions we have made to our Scandinavian live and club guide On Stage. [more...]