Time flies, it’s 2022 and it’s 36 years since Release was founded (by another team). Here’s a mini-timeline: [more...]
Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp started the new year by sharing a short new track: “Nothing (but Ashes)…”. [more...]
Our friends in the Xenophone and Twice a Man camp are as creative as ever – here’s a round-up. [more...]
We have updated our Spotify playlist with new tracks from Sierra, Blutengel, Saft, Code 64, Kiethevez, Priest, Kårp, Dive (Mildreda Mix), Kat von D (Gunship Remix) and Cryo (Nuclear Sludge Remix).
Statik and Karin from Collide create atmospheric, melodic electronic pop with an industrial bent. Their last album “Color of Nothing” came out in 2017, and now they’re finally back again.
Belgian label Alfa-Matrix celebrates 20 years this year, and has just released a massive compilation to celebrate.
One of Germany’s most popular and productive dark electro bands Blutengel are back with a new, previously unreleased single. Check out the music video for “Our Souls Will Never Die” below.
Classic Swedish futurepop and synthpop band Code 64 was transformed into Xenturion Prime when Björn Marius Borg took over the vocal duties, but now the original band has gotten together again.
Goth icons The Cure will embark on a new massive European tour next year with 44 dates in total. [more...]
The Swedish synthpop quartet Kiethevez has been active since the very early nineties, releasing a string of strong and appreciated albums up until the “Non-Binary” album in 2008. They started teasing on their Facebook page that something new was in the making a few months ago. [more...]