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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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,.
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.
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.
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..