May 20, 2024

Empire State Human offer ‘Robot Love 2002>2009’ compilation – Out now


Empire State Human offer 'Robot Love 2002>2009' compilation

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Dublin based synthpop band Empire State Human has announced the release of its latest compilation album “Robot Love” aka “Robot Love 2002>2009”. The release is covering the years 2002-2009 and holds 20 tracks featuring songs from the first 8 Empire State Human releases.

Included are their collaborations with Bronski Beat’s Steve Bronski, John Giacobello, Wave In Head, Ganymede, Freezepop and Tycho Brahe. “Robot Love” follows the release of their most recent “Primo” compilation (which covered the years 2010-2021). “Robot Love” is out now via Mish Mosh Records.

Lead singer and founding member Aidan Casserly says: “Empire State Human is a project I hold very dear to my heart. Creating Synthpop has been a substantial part of my creativity since the ESH debut album ‘Pop Robot’ in 2002. Electronic pop music has opened many doors for me and I look forward to ’Robot Love’ with great pride and excitement.”

Empire State Human has released 9 studio albums since 2002. They also have worked with ex-Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flur, and had a #1 in the US iTunes dance charts with a cover of John Carpenter’s “Halloween Theme”.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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