Dead Can Dance’s comeback album is now set for an August 9 release. August 9 also marks the start of their extensive tour. [more...]
Swedish synthpop act S.P.O.C.K signed with Toronto’s Artoffact label a while ago and the first release is a “Best of” compilation called “Another Piece of the Action – The Best of the SubSpace Years”. [more...]
British punk-electro outfit The Prodigy have been working on a new album since 2009 when “Invaders Must Die” came out. [more...]
Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans focused almost all their energy to the psychedelic prog-rock outfit Amorphous Androgynous after their seminal FSOL albums in the nineties. Recently though, they’ve been steadily releasing material under their Future Sound of London moniker again, and the latest is an album called “Environments 4″, a treat for us who enjoy their more electronic output. [more...]
Marc & The Mambas (Marc Almond’s old band from 1982-83), Diamanda Galas, Cyclobe, Myminerest, Elisabeth Fraser, Laurie Anderson and Planningtorock are part of the line-up when Antony (Antony and the Johnsons) directs Meltdown 2012. [more...]
Bangface Weekender will be back September 14-16, and will be extra special for those who like the work of Aphex Twin.
Taking place now at the London Pleasure Gardens rather than their spiritual home at Minehead, Butlins, Bloc festival will be back for a two-dayer on July 6 and 7.
In order to focus on studio work, Front Line Assembly has cancelled all the summer shows of 2012.
The sole remaining original Kraftwerk member Ralf Hütter has told New York Times that a new album will be finished “soon”.
After reuniting and touring successfully, Ultravox are ready to release their first studio album in 28 (!) years.