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Mechanical Cabaret – Ortonesque
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Mechanical Cabaret – Ortonesque (CD Album WTII Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, cabaret-pop. Background/Info: “Ortonesque” is the seventh full length released by London based Mechanical Cabaret. Set up in the late 90s by Roi Robertson.

Kilner – Walk Type
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Kilner – Walk Type (Digital Album – Avian)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-techno, IDM. Background/Info: Behind this new technoid project is hiding Jamie Roberts. This is a British producer operating from Berlin and who got some.

Johannes Malfatti – Surge
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Johannes Malfatti – Surge (CD Album – Glacial Movements)

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Genre/Influences: Soundscape, abstract, experimental. Background/Info: Johannes Malfatti is an artist who probably doesn’t really ring a bell. He however is an experienced artist who has.

The Gathering – Blueprints
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The Gathering – Blueprints (DCD Album – Psychonaut Records)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-rock, gothic, cinematographic, ethereal. Background/Info: The Gathering is a band, which doesn’t really need any further introduction. Hailing from The Netherlands they quickly became.

Edit Select & Antonio Ruscito – Visitors / Projections
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Edit Select & Antonio Ruscito – Visitors / Projections (Double Vinyl Album – Edit Select Records)

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Genre/Influences: Deep-techno, dark-techno, ambient-techno. Background/Info: This album is a collaboration between Tony Scott (Edit Select) and Antonio Ruscito. It also is the work between different.

Destruktionsanstalt – Swedenborg
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Destruktionsanstalt – Swedenborg (CD Album – Marbre Negre)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient, death-industrial, experimental. Background/Info: Danish artist Per Najbjerg Odderskov has released an impressive number of productions under different monikers and in a real short.

Clavius – Nebula
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Clavius – Nebula (CD Album – Marbre Negre)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient, soundscape, experimental. Background/Info: I didn’t receive any information about Clavius and there’s not much to find on the net. All I could found.

2nd Face – Nemesis
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2nd Face – Nemesis (CD Album – Dependent)

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Genre/Influences: EBM, dark-electro, industrial. Background/Info: 2nd Face is a brand-new German solo-project set up by Vincent Uhlig. The debut work “Nemesis” features 12 songs, which.

Vitalic
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Vitalic – Voyager (CD Album – Citizen Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electroclash, electro-pop, techno-body. Background/Info: Pascal Arbez-Nicolas better known as Vitalic gained a serious reputation in the selected and intelligent areas of techno music and.

Parralox – Subculture
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Parralox – Subculture (CD Album – Conzoom Records/Subterrane Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, dance-pop. Background/Info: Parralox is a prolific band animated by the creative spirit of John von Ahlen. “Subculture” is the 8th full length of.

Parralox – Holiday ’16
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Parralox – Holiday ’16 (CD Album – Conzoom Records/Subterrane Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Set and driven by John Von Ahlen the Melbourner based Parralox became a familiar and recognized formation on the electro-pop horizon. After.

V/A Electropop 11
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V/A Electropop 11 (CD Album – Conzoom Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, dance-pop. Background/Info: The “Electropop”-series became one of the most exciting compilations in the electro-pop genre style, but especially a sonic canvas to discover.

Zeitfaktor – Signals
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Zeitfaktor – Signals (Digital Album – Zeitfaktor)

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Genre/Influences: Cinematographic-electro, minimal-electronics. Background/Info: Zeitfaktor is a German solo-project. Daniel’s classical music education incited him to compose his own music, which has been mainly inspired.

Synoiz – The Forbidden
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Synoiz – The Forbidden (Digital Album – Synoiz)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient, cinematographic. Background/Info: Synoiz is a solo-project driven by Graeme Donaldson. The artists hailing from Newcastle Upon Tyne (England) strikes back after a hiatus.

Kazeria & Aphlar – In Bloskan
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Kazeria & Aphlar – In Bloskan (CD Album – GH Records)

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Genre/Influences: Martial, neo-folk, experimental, cinematographic. Background/Info: This album resulted from the common efforts between two Argentinia bands. Kazeria has already released multiple productions while Aphlar.

Kaos! – Still
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Kaos! – Still (Digital Single – Shortlist Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Swedish electro-pop formation Kaos! strikes back with a new single. Eva Kaxe and Kristian Oscarsson have released two albums and several singles/EPs,.

Massive Ego – Beautiful Suicide
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Massive Ego – Beautiful Suicide (DCD Album – Out Of Line)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, wave-pop. Background/Info: Set up during the 90s, “Beautiful Suicide” stands for the return of Massive Ego. It’s not that really about a come-back.

Cephalgy – Gott Maschine Vaterland
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Cephalgy – Gott Maschine Vaterland (CD Album – Out Of Line)

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Genre/Influences: EBM, dark-electro, dark body-pop. Background/Info: Six years have passed since the “Leid Statt Liebe”-album released by Cephalgy. This German formation is an established EBM/dark-electro.

Gopota – Music For Primitive
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Gopota – Music For Primitive (CD Album – Gopota)

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Genre/Influences: Noise & dark-ambient. Background/Info: Gopota resulted from the common efforts between the projects Empty Chalice and Obozdur. I last year discovered this new noise-formation.

Gin Devo – Electrotheque
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Gin Devo – Electrotheque (CD Album – Scanner/Dark Dimensions)

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Genre/Influences: Minimal-electro, cinematographic. Background/Info: Gin Devo will always be linked to Vomito Negro, which remains one of the essential dark-electro/EBM formations from the early 90s..

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