For those missing the dark voice of Andrew Eldritch, the mysterious singer of the Norwegian EBM/darkwave act Strict Machine offers a great alternative, probably the.
Date archives: January, 2021
MOTOR!K is a Belgian Krautrock formation set up in 2018 by Joeri Dobbeleir (guitar and synths), Dries D’Hollander (drums) and Dirk Ivens (guitar and effects)..
TINEIDAE is a project I discovered back in 2012 by the “Lights”-album released on the now defunct Tympanik Audio. The next album “Shadows” released in.
Genre/Influences: Rhythmic-Noise. Format: Digital, CD. Background/Info: The work of Maschinenkrieger KR52 always happened in collaboration with Disraptor. Both projects self-released a few albums before they.
Swedish industrial project The Below and vocalist Aaron Sutcliffe have teamed up for an anti-war song, “No Place is Safe”, to be released on January.
French duo Yan Arexis – Patrick Lafforgue last year released the second album of their LA BREICHE project. The French musicians are still involved with.
Cat Rapes Dog will next week release previously unreleased material that was found on a cassette tape last year. The tape is from the period.
“Eat The Children” – Angelspit’s latest video from their new album “The Ignorance Cartel” is available now starring CRT glitch distortion from The Liar (Videopunks),.
Genre/Influences: Shoegaze, Industrial-Rock. Format: Digital, CD, Vinyl. Background/Info: Italian formation Kill Your Boyfriend has been active since 2011. The band went through a few line-up.
Genre/Influences: Experimental, Dark-Ambient, cinematographic. Format: Digital. Background/Info: Scorched Earth Policy Lab is a rather new side-project by French artist Thierry Arnal. He’s still involved with.
Earlier this week we launched a mega mix of “Face The Beat: Session 6”, once again executed by Seattle (United States) based DJ Shane Aungst.
Genre/Influences: IDM, Electro-Ambient, Minimal-Electronics, Experimental. Format: Digital. Background/Info: The Belgianduo of Cruise [Ctrl] has been active since 2006. Driven by John Cultiaux and “Gore”, they.