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‘Click Interview’ with Mlada Fronta: ‘I Don’t Like To Be Closed To A Particular Genre’

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Rémy Pelleschi is a French artist based in the word-wide famous city of Cannes. He set up Mlada Fronta in the early 90s and thanks.

Gunmaker – Headmaker
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Gunmaker – Headmaker (CD Album – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-metal, metal-pop. Background/Info: Behind this new Hungarian band is hiding ‘Gunhead’ who was previously involved in Impact Pulse and Nothing Nada. After the split.

Stahlnebel & Black Selket – Betrug
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Stahlnebel & Black Selket – Betrug (CD EP – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-electro, industrial-pop. Background/Info: Stahlnebel & Blak Selket became one of Advoxya Records flag holders. They released a respectable number of productions, which revealed a.

Fredrik Croona – The Grey Line
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Fredrik Croona – The Grey Line (CD Album – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-electro & future-pop. Background/Info: Fredrik Croona gained some recognition as a member of bands like Project Rotten and Cynical Existence, with both project revealing.

Neuvision – The Demon-Haunted World
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Neuvision – The Demon-Haunted World (CD Album – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Dark EBM, body-pop, cinematographic EBM. Background/Info: I guess that the title of this album by the Mexican solo-project Neuvision has been possibly inspired by.

Plazmabeat – Plazmapop / Selection 2011 – 2015
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Plazmabeat – Plazmapop / Selection 2011 – 2015 (CD Album – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Synth-pop. Background/Info: Plazmabeat is a Hungarian duo set up by Niki Laczó (vocals) and Grag Velvet (music & lyrics). The band has been busy.

Vieon – Fly By Night
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Vieon – Fly By Night (Digital EP – Analogue Trash Records)

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Genre/Influences: Synthesizer music, electronic, psychedelic, cinematographic. Background/Info: Vieon is a Coventry (UK) based duo inspired by some of the finest and most influential synthesizer artists.

Pankow – Throw Out Rite
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Pankow – Throw Out Rite (CD Album – Artoffact Records)

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Genre/Influences: Experimental EBM. Background/Info: Pankow is a band EBM heads all know as one of the absolute pioneers in the genre. “Throw Out Rite” is.

Lux Kablage – Oossoo
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Lux Kablage – Oossoo (Digital Album – Reverse Alignment)

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Genre/Influences: Soundscape, abstract, experimental. Background/Info: Behind Lux Kablage is hiding a solo-project set up by Swedish artist Jesper Olsson. “Oossoo” is the 2nd album by.

Interview Analfabetism
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‘Click Interview’ with Analfabetism: ‘Partly I come from an SPK type mind set, partly from a heavily Rob Hubbard influenced culture’!

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Fredrik Djurfeldt is a musician of multiple talents. The EBM community know him as the front man of Severe Illusion while he’s also involved in.

AD:Key – Anthropozän
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AD:Key – Anthropozän (CD Album – Emmo.biz)

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Genre/Influences: EBM. Background/Info: Since their debut album “Thema Nummer Eins” released by Electric Tremor Dessau in 2008 AD:Key instantly became a hot band in EBM.

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Aesthetische – Cold Is Clean (Digital EP – Alfa-Matrix)

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Genre/Influences: Industrial-dance music. Background/Info: From Aghast View to Aesthetische, Guilherme Pires and Fabricio Viscardi clearly have succeeded in their sonic metamorphosis. Aesthetische has already released.

Studio-X vs. Simon Carter – Connecting The Dots
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Studio-X vs. Simon Carter – Connecting The Dots (Digital EP – Alfa-Matrix)

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Genre/Influences: Techno-trance, body-techno. Background/Info: Lawrie Masson (aka Studio-X) and Simon Carter became a successful duo since the “Breaking The Void”-album (2014) while their last year released.

Star Industry – New Millennium
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Star Industry – New Millennium (Digital EP – Alfa-Matrix)

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Genre/Influences: gothic, gothic-rock. Background/Info: Star Industry is the one of the Belgian masters of gothic, which last year conformed all their skills on the phenomenal.

Mr. Strange – The Bible Of Electric Pornography
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Mr. Strange – The Bible Of Electric Pornography (CD Album – Mr. Strange)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-rock & pop. Background/Info: Mr. Strange is an English formation from the South coast. They’ve already released 3 previous albums and I hope this.

Soundgazer – Two Graves
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Soundgazer – Two Graves (CD Album – Soundgazer)

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Genre/Influences: Pop-rock. Background/Info: Soundgazer is a Canadian trio based in Toronto featuring ‘artists who believe in challenging the parameters of today’s music industry’! “Two Graves”.

Sieben – Norse
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Sieben – Norse (Digital EP – Redroom Records)

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Genre/Influences: Neo-classic, chanson, cinematographic, folk. Background/Info: Matt Howden is back on track unleashing a 2nd EP from a trilogy, which took off with the “Lietuva”-EP..

Samuel Kerridge – Fatal Light Attraction
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Samuel Kerridge – Fatal Light Attraction (Vinyl 12” – Downwards)

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Genre/Influences: Industrial, experimental, electro-noise. Background/Info: Samuel Kerridge is a Berlin based producer who received some recognition in the wider fields of techno music. He progressively.

Christian Rainer – Any Kind Of Drug For Just One Kind Of Love
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Christian Rainer – Any Kind Of Drug For Just One Kind Of Love (CD Album – Minus Habens Records)

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Genre/Influences: Cinematographic, chanson, folk. Background/Info: Christian Rainer is a multi-instrumentalist from Bologna (Italy) who already released a considerable number of productions. I’m not surprised to.

Ivan Iusco – Transients
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Ivan Iusco – Transients (CD Album – Minus Habens Records)

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Genre/Influences: Cinematographic, soundtrack. Background/Info: Veteran Ivan Iusco entered into the history of electronic and industrial music as the owner of Minus Habens Records, one of.

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