Vogon Poetry – “The Prefect Stories” album review

Vogon Poetry – “The Prefect Stories” album review

  Vogon Poetry came out this year with this really interesting release “The Perfect Stories”. As by now I am used to paying attention to Swedish acts, this one is surely a band to take notice of. Listening to this album, I find a lot of nostalgic moments within it. It is definitely a merge of influences, but I am glad to hear them in present time and packed up in such an interesting way;…

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Ultranoire – “Disclosure” album review

Ultranoire – “Disclosure” album review

  This interesting German-Hungarian duo consisting of two members, Josef Stapel (singer/songwriter) and Szilard Kun (musician, keyboardist), has recently released their debut album “Disclosure”. It consists of 11 tracks that include 6 songs from their first and second EPs and four never released tracks. What “Disclosure” is all about can be heard right from the start. “In the Darkroom” is a perfectly chosen opening track for dark synth pleasure that awaits you further. It is…

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Noisy Deafness

Noisy Deafness

  Noisy Deafness, the Hungarian electronic solo formation, was formed in December 2012 by István Lászlók. Demos had already been made earlier some years before and in 2014 the first EP „Remembrance” was completed by finalization of four old demos and two new songs. The EP was not released but one of the songs was put onto the German Electro-Arc publisher’s international compilation. The work continued and in the first half of 2015 the new…

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Frohm – “Dawn of Electric Age” album review

Frohm – “Dawn of Electric Age” album review

  Here and there, you are being introduced to some music and names you have not previously heard. But as I am, of course, always drawn to the music that suits my personal taste, I decided to give this album a try. Being yet another project from Sweden on my table recently, this proves only one thing: there is some special bond between these people and electronic scene. I have just spotted Mats’ song “Follow”…

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Born For Bliss – “Falling Back To Never” album review

Born For Bliss – “Falling Back To Never” album review

  It is indeed a long voyage for Born For Bliss from their first album released in 1997. And after we’ve heard what Born For Bliss can deliver, we are opened for one more Born For Bliss experience. And it is an experience indeed. The album’s opening track is “Innocent” that runs in an almost hypnotic manner, a repetitive and mesmerising song, complemented by female vocals which run in line with Frank Weyzig’s expressive voice….

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“Swedish Electro vol 3” compilation review

“Swedish Electro vol 3” compilation review

  Swedish Electro Scene has released a 63 track compilation, a really extensive one. It presents Swedish electro bands and solo projects, and as the Swedish scene is a flourishing one, we were eager to hear the tracks on this compilation. The opening track is “I Never Told You to Stay” from Uncreated, a solo project of Patrik Hansson (a member of Vanguard) and as expected it’s a solid melodic synth pop track, a perfect…

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Code: Red Code – “Abutre” EP review

Code: Red Code – “Abutre” EP review

  The new EP from Code:Red Code, freshly released in November 2015 is here for your “electronic” pleasure. It is clearly dark electro, ebm and industrial in its sound, but with a touch of synth pop in it. What makes it harsher is the vocals, which are coloured with anguish, distress, pain, agression and power, showing us a dark side of the human voice or human soul. “Abutre” is overall a great track, with a…

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Bodykomplex – “Karma” album review

Bodykomplex – “Karma” album review

  Bodykomplex was formed in 2012 when two guys from northern Finland decided to make a few old school style EBM songs just for fun. As Kris and Olaf state, “It’s all about the glory of manliness, having fun and not taking life too seriously.” After getting positive feedback from their audience they decided to work on their debut album “Karma” which has been released on EK Product Label this year. They tell stories of…

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Code: Red Code

Code: Red Code

  Code : Red Core is the second project of the independent musician “Ycarus Red Core” (ex Gothic Guy and Vanilla Pleasure), created in early 2011. In the beginning, the visual was focused on a “post apocalyptic cyber theme”, a style that combined the industrial, the Aggrotech and the Dark Electro in the alternative culture. “Infektus Vendetta” was the first work released (as a Demo album) and it was very well received. In addition to…

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