Chad VanGaalen shares single “Nightwaves” from album ‘World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener’

Chad VanGaalen shares single “Nightwaves” from album ‘World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener’

  Canadian musician and artist Chad VanGaalen shares second single “Nightwaves” from his upcoming album World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener. VanGaalen comments that it’s“about the endless news feed. Giving in to your digital calendar, when all that’s on your to-do list is checking the online updates. Like a William Gibson waking nightmare, boring marketed as sexy.” World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener was written, performed, recorded, and mixed by VanGaalen at his studio in Calgary, Alberta, and mastered…

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Alan Vega single and video “Nike Soldier” from lost album “Mutator”

Alan Vega single and video “Nike Soldier” from lost album “Mutator”

  Sacred Bones Records will release the lost album from Alan Vega, entitled Mutator, on April 23rd. From the late 1950s, through his years in Suicide and up until his death in 2016, Vega was constantly creating. This process led to a wealth of material that didn’t see the light of day immediately when it was recorded, which came to be known as the Vega Vault. Mutator is the first in a series of archival releases from the Vault that will come out on Sacred…

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Tashaki Miyaki new single and video “Castaway”

Tashaki Miyaki new single and video “Castaway”

  LA based dream pop trio Tashaki Miyaki have just released a single and video of the title song from their forthcoming second album, Castaway, which will be released on 23rd April via Metropolis Records. Singer, drummer and producer Paige Stark states that the song “is about the challenges of romantic love and how we are all bad at it in one way or another. The idea of a castaway in all this is that…

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Interview mit Laibach: 40 years and beyond

Interview mit Laibach: 40 years and beyond

  Since its formation in 1980 in former Yugoslavia, Laibach has become one of the most influential bands in pop culture. They were often banned and censored since their inception by the Yugoslav regime, but they still reached the international fame. After 40 years of continuous achievements, 30-something music releases, thousands of shows around the world and numerous other artistic endeavours, we finally had the opportunity to talk with Laibach about their rich and prolific…

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League Of Lights reveal new single and video “Modern Living”

League Of Lights reveal new single and video “Modern Living”

  Electronic pop-duo League Of Lights have just released the new single and video “Modern Living” from their forthcoming album Dreamers Don’t Come Down. The album is an outstanding collections of songs inspired by early ’80s synth pioneers like John Foxx, as well as ’00s exponents of the genre such as Ladytron. Richard West explains: “We wanted it to be more piano-driven than our previous release and deliberately utilised a smaller pallet of sounds. We…

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Vaselyne reveals new video for “Waiting To Exhale”

Vaselyne reveals new video for “Waiting To Exhale”

  Vaselyne have just revealed a brand new single “Waiting to Exhale” taken from their upcoming EP. The accompanying video was made by Dutch filmmaker Dorothee Meddens. The EP will be released later this year as well as a full album. The new album includes collaborations with Lynette Cerezo, Searmanas, John Fryer and Michael Aliani. Vaselyne plans to return to stage in 2021 with a new live band. Vaselyne are Yvette Winkler (vocals, lyrics) and…

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Front Line Assembly interview: Bill Leeb talks about “Mechanical Soul”, Noise Unit and more

Front Line Assembly interview: Bill Leeb talks about “Mechanical Soul”, Noise Unit and more

  The electro-industrial icons Front Line Assembly have just released one of their most inspiring albums titled Mechanical Soul. After Wake Up The Coma, which featured several guest appearances, this time Bill and Rhys opted for a completely different concept, resulting in an album which is on par with some of their best classics, such as Tactical Neural Implant. We talked to Bill Leeb about the inspiration, motivation, writing and recording process behind this extraordinary…

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A Projection reveal single and video “Darwin’s Eden”

A Projection reveal single and video “Darwin’s Eden”

  Stockholm based post-punk darkwave act A Projection have just revealed a brand new single “Darwin’s Eden”. The single sees the band more fully embracing the electronic realm, placing themselves in the intersection between the ’80s synth pop and the darkwave hit lists of 2021. The accompanying video was directed by Nicklas Lindahl at Nilfilm. It was filmed in an old church and a natural history museum, with candlelit visuals that convey a sense of dread…

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Front Line Assembly “Mechanical Soul” – album review

Front Line Assembly “Mechanical Soul” – album review

  We’re only two weeks into 2021 and this year has already started with one brilliant record. It’s Front Line Assembly’s Mechanical Soul. While receiving very little information about the album, I decided to dive straight into it and make my own opinion. What’s evident from the start is that it’s a classic FLA record which integrates synth soundscapes, driving beats and Bill’s almost mechanical vocals, and that’s something that FLA has been doing successfully…

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cEvin Key of Skinny Puppy teams with IAMX on new single “Anger Is an Acid” from upcoming solo album “Xwayxway”

cEvin Key of Skinny Puppy teams with IAMX on new single “Anger Is an Acid” from upcoming solo album “Xwayxway”

  Skinny Puppy co-founder cEvin Key has released “Anger Is an Acid”, the new single from his upcoming solo album Xwayxway. Sneaker Pimps founder Chris Corner, also known as IAMX, lends his stunning vocals on the single. Kevin explains: “It was a collaboration that came from first just being friends. I had written the ‘Anger’ arrangement and sent it to Chris on a whim. I think it was over a year and a half later, he just one day said,…

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