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Sweet William – Time
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Sweet William – Time (CD Album – D-Monic)

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Genre/Influences: Gothic, goth-rock, psychedelic. Background/Info: German formation Sweet William released this album for their 30th anniversary. The band was set up in 1986 by Oliver.

Black Line - Treason, Sedition, And Subversive Activities
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Black Line – Treason, Sedition, And Subversive Activities (CD Album – Black Line)

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Genre/Influences: Experimental, EBM, industrial, cinematographic. Background/Info: Black Line is a crazy, but fascinating concept, which was originally set up in 2016 as a continuation of.

Ethan Fawkes – Raving Is Still Alive
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Ethan Fawkes – Raving Is Still Alive (Digital EP – Herr Zimmerman)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-techno, retro-techno. Background/Info: 2017 is a real prolific year for Ethan Fawkes. The Belgian artist is releasing new EP’s on regular basis. Content: “Raving.

Projekt 26 – Violets And Violence
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Projekt 26 – Violets And Violence (CD Album – EK Product)

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Genre/Influences: EBM, body-pop. Background/Info: Nico (drums) and Timo T. (vocals) are brothers based in Augsburg (Germany). Projekt 26 was set up in 2013 and now has.

Ethan Fawkes – Cruel And Alone
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Ethan Fawkes – Cruel And Alone (Digital EP – I-Traxx Red Edition)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-techno, techno-body music. Background/Info: This Belgian artist is releasing new EP’s on regular basis. He now strikes back with the song “Cruel And Alone”.

Dead Man Recovering – Panic In Slow Motion
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Dead Man Recovering – Panic In Slow Motion (CD Album – Space Race Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Kenneth Larsen was born in Denmark, but based in Malmö (Sweden). Active as Dead Man Recovering you might have discovered this artist.

Gimme Shelter – Kosmodrom
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Gimme Shelter – Kosmodrom (CD Album – Space Race Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, body-pop. Background/Info: Two years after their successful debut album “Warnemünde” the German Gimme Shelter strikes back with a new opus. Content: This band.

Carretta & Workerpoor – Acid 90
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Carretta & Workerpoor – Acid 90 (Digital EP – Mille Feuilles)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-techno, minimal-electro, acid. Background/Info: French artists David Carretta and Workerpoor have already released previous EP’s together. They’re back on track unleashing this new EP.

PJ22 feat. Nico – The End/Swan Lake
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PJ22 feat. Nico – The End/Swan Lake (CD Single – PJ22)

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Genre/Influences: EBM, electro. Background/Info: Behind this Swiss solo-project is hiding PJ22 who was previously active in HLM and I Scream (still performing today). PJ22 already.

Richard H. Kirk – Dasein
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Richard H. Kirk – Dasein (CD Album – Intone)

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Genre/Influences: Experimental, electronics.  Background/Info:  Sheffield based Richard H. Kirk entered into history as founding member and creative spirit behind the legendary Cabaret Voltaire. Active since.

Red Mecca – Set In Motion
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Red Mecca – Set In Motion (Vinyl 7” – Massproduktion)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, wave-pop, dream-pop. Background/Info: Swedish formation Red Mecca is a band I’m keeping an eye on. They released a few  productions revealing a personal.

Principe Valiente – Oceans
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Principe Valiente – Oceans (CD Album – Principe Valiente/AF-Music)

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Genre/Influences: New-wave, gothic, goth-rock. Background/Info: “Oceans” is the third full length album released by the Stockholm-based Principe Valiente. The opus has been also released as.

Ferrochrome – Medusawater
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Ferrochrome – Medusawater (CD Album – Meshwork Music)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: “Medusawater” is the third full length released on Meshwork Music (label set up by Seven Ni-Arb/X Marks The Pedwalk) and the debut.

Damage Control – Ultranoia
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Damage Control – Ultranoia (CD Album – Rarefraction Records)

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Genre/Influences: EBM. Background/Info: “Ultranoia” is the debut album of Damage Control. Set up by Australian artists Bill Barsby and Damian Davis plus Markus App (Germany).

And Then You Die – Lord Of The Flies
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And Then You Die – Lord Of The Flies (CD Album – Skithund Records)

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Genre/Influences: Psychdelic, rock, electronics, industrial. Background/Info: “Lord Of The Flies” is the seventh album by Finnish formation And Then You Die. Content: It’s not that.

DekaLog – March Of Freedom
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DekaLog – March Of Freedom (CD Album – Scentair Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Set up in 1996 and hailing from the Republic Of Crimea, DekaLog has been introduced as being constantly in search of new.

Nórdika – Ecstasy
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Nórdika – Ecstasy (CD Album – Scentair Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Mexico became a prolific ground for dark-electronic formations, but is maybe a bit less familiar for electro-pop music. Nórdika (aka Alejandro Marin).

After The Rain – The Other Side Of The Crown + Kings Without A Crown
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After The Rain – The Other Side Of The Crown + Kings Without A Crown (DCD Album – Scentair Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: After The Rain is a Spanish electro-pop trio hailing from Madrid. I discovered the band by the album “Kings without A Crown”.

Tröika – Tirania De Lo Doméstico
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Tröika – Tirania De Lo Doméstico (CD Album – Scentair Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, body-pop. Background/Info: “Tirania De Lo Doméstico” is the official debut album of the Spanish trio Tröika. After a self-released digital EP they joined.

ManOK – Dies Irae
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ManOK – Dies Irae (CD Album – Scentair Records)

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Genre/Influences: Electro-wave, goth-pop. Background/Info: ManOK is a Ukrainian duo, which already released a first album in 2012 on Scentair Records. Content: “Dies Irae” clearly deals.

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