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...]
UK electropop project Massive Ego has a new, so far untitled EP cooking. The first single from it, “You Will Comply” was released on October 1st. [more...]
Swedish electro industrial pop artist Rein recently performed a gig in Stockholm which was broadcast online.
Classic synth label Accelerating Blue Fish will put out Page releases from the eighties on digital platforms. [more...]
As we’ve established, Rhys Fulber from Front Line Assembly, Delerium, Conjure One et al is a busy bee. After releasing albums with both FLA and Noise Unit this year, he’s back with a new solo album.
Electro mastermind Gerrit Thomas (Funker Vogt, Eisfabrik, Fictional, Fusspils 11 etc) makes a return with his more pop oriented project Ravenous. [more...]
40 years after their self-titled debut album Duran Duran is still going strong with their 15th studio album ”Future Past” (October 22, 2021). The new album features collaborations with artists as diverse as Swedish pop star Tove Lo, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon and Japanese punk band CHAI. Erol Alkan and the legendary Giorgio Moroder helped out with production.
Release’s Sebastian Hess had a nice video chat with founding member Nick Rhodes while the band was preparing for a performance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. They talked about how the pandemic made the album better, favorite collectables, Swedish connections, Nick’s side project and they even had time for a mini quiz.