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Kurt Uenala aka Null + Void may not be a familiar name for many music fans, but chances are you've heard his work. The Swiss-born New Yorker is the kind of prodigious musician you'd call a "lifer": no matter where he is or what he's doing, music is the focus. He first made his name in 2003, debuting as Kap10Kurt on the essential compilation The Sound Of Young New York. His song "Die Sleeping" was an early classic of dreamy, club-ready synth pop, and it caught the attention of fans and artists around the world. It eventually landed him a gig recording with Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan, not to mention a long list of major acts such as Moby and The Kills. The collaboration with Dave was especially fruitful—the two became friends, and it wasn't long before Kurt began writing original songs for Depeche Mode. His love for vintage synthesizers, dark electronic music, and exploring unusual chord structures was a natural fit. The more Kurt worked with Dave and Depeche Mode, the more time he spent at his Manhattan studio. He started writing his own shadowy, melancholic songs, filling them with angular beats and moody atmospheres. After a while, the basis of Kurt's new solo project, Null + Void, took shape.
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Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan featured in newest Null + Void video for the track ‘Where I Wait’

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Out now is the newest video by Null + Void for the track “Where I Wait” featuring Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode. The track is.

Mute Records visually documented in hardback book 'Mute: A Visual Document' incl. Depeche Mode, Erasure, ...
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Legendary label Mute Records visually documented in hardback book ‘Mute: A Visual Document’ incl. Depeche Mode, Erasure, …

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Mute and Thames & Hudson have announced details of “Mute: A Visual Document”, a 320-page hardback book, available November 28, 2017 and ready for ordering.

Synapsyche – The Abyss Effect
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Synapsyche – The Abyss Effect (CD Album – SkyQode)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-electro. Background/Info: Italian formation Synapsyche was set up in 2008 by Stefano Mannequinetik and joined by singer Marco Katatronik. After a few self-released EPs.

New video Moby & The Void Pacific Choir based on Max Fleischer's 1930's animation
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New video Moby & The Void Pacific Choir based on Max Fleischer’s 1930’s animation

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Taking inspiration from Max Fleischer’s iconic animation of the 1930’s, Moby & The Void Pacific Choir (in collaboration with Steve Cutts) have released the music.

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir announce debut album 'These Systems Are Failing'
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Moby & The Void Pacific Choir announce debut album ‘These Systems Are Failing’

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Out on the 14th October 2016 is the debut 9-track album “These Systems Are Failing” by Moby & The Void Pacific Choir. Two singles, “Are.

Psy'Aviah - Interview
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‘Click Interview’ with Psy’aviah: ‘I Always Wanted To Incorporate Styles And Not Pin Myself Down To Just One Genre’

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Set up and driven by the creative spirit of Yves Schelpe, Psy’Aviah is already active since 2004. The band has been inspired by numerous influences.

Acid Washed delivers excellent electro remix for Moby's 'Almost Loved' - listen here
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Acid Washed delivers excellent electro remix for Moby’s ‘Almost Loved’ – listen here

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Moby’s newest single “Almost Loved”, actually the second single to be released from Moby’s new project ‘Moby and The Void Pacific Choir’, also includes a.

Diane Charlemagne, singer new project Smith's member Andy Rourke looses battle with cancer
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Diane Charlemagne, singer new project Smith’s member Andy Rourke looses battle with cancer

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Bad news arrives from the UK dance scene. Diane Charlemagne passed away this afternoon surrounded by her family after losing her battle with cancer, aged.

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir launch 'Almost Loved' video
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Moby & The Void Pacific Choir launch ‘Almost Loved’ video

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Moby recently teamed up with the Void Pacific Choir for the project Moby & the Void Pacific Choir. You could already watch the video for.

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