German electropop veterans have blasted back onto the stage with new album “Masterplan” and a brand new digital and strictly limited vinyl EP called “Frei sein 2020″ – with cover artwork from Emil Schult. Since A Spell Inside’s goth tinted beginnings with “Return to Grey” (1995) they have continuously released their own brand of dark electronic quality pop. We had a chat with Michael Roeder about what’s cooking.
Release Magazine asked Sebastian Teir – Kebu – from Finland for his top albums of the decade (2010-2019). He has 155 000 YouTube subscribers and makes instrumental and melodic synthesizer music in grand retro style. [more...]
The Best of 2019 list from Niklas Forsberg, Release Magazine. [more...]
Peter Spilles, the main member of dark electronic / industrial pop band Project Pitchfork, had to undergo major surgery shortly before Christmas. [more...]
Release Magazine asked Michael Arthur Holloway in Dead When I Found Her and TV HWY for his top albums of the decade (2010-2019). DWIFH is a critically acclaimed, atmospheric industrial project and TV HWY is about fractured electronica. [more...]
It’s been 30 years since Ministry’s “The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste” came out and they will celebrate this industrial music classic with a massive tour in July. [more...]
American synthpop project The New Division will unleash their new album “Hidden Memories” on January 27. [more...]
The Manifest synt category nominees have been announced.
Performer and electronic music musician Tobias Bernstrup started the new year with the release of a brand new single. [more...]
Profilic Australian synthpop project Parralox has kept hard at it since the start in 2008. In just eleven years they have released a vast amount of studio albums, cover tributes and EP:s. Now time has come for new album “Genesis”. [more...]